I have a few interests in life, think blogging and crafting, but you know what, gardening will never make it into the list. Well, the thing is I don't have green fingers and I never will. So while I do love to visit Gardens by the Bay or Botanic Gardens with the kids, I'm naturally not inclined towards having my own mini garden. A dedicated space for doing art and crafts, yes I would love that, but a garden which I have to tend to, thanks but I can live without it.
So we might not have a garden in our new house and don't have the much space for it either, but there was something that the hubby and I wanted to let the girls have a go at - making DIY terrariums. I'm still trying my best to keep up with the Creativity 521 series and in this week's post, I'll share with you how the girls made their first terrarium at A Tilly A Day.
You can choose from 3 kinds of terrariums - Egg terrarium ($15), LEGO terrarium ($25) or Glass Dome terrarium ($38). Each package comes with:
- Fittonia plant/Holland Moss/Seeds
- Terrarium mix
- Coloured sand and volcanic rocks
I'm hoping to get back into crafting mode with the kiddos so hopefully we have more hands-on and fun learning stuff to share with you soon! Till then!
A Tilly A Day is located at Waterway Point, 83 Punggol Central #02-03 (West Wing).
P.S. This is not a sponsored post. We paid for the terrariums and all opinions are our own.