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What A Finished Terrarium Looks Like
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I've been building terrariums for the past few months and wanted to share some examples of what's around my house. Horray for  #MakerCamp  & #WeirdScienceWednesday  :)  Tune in to the +MAKE page at 2pm PST to go through the project with me.

Thanks to +Timothy Jordan for taking these mucho excellente photos.
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Very nice, +Natalie Villalobos! I recently built a caterpillar hotel for our backyard, and I may consider making a few of these for inside.
Very cool finished a light bulb terrarium and chose a succulent leaf cutting for its main [only] resident, though hopefully it should brighten up soon as I add more and its slowly grows
+Eloy Sanchez They tend to like diffused indirect sunlight. Too much heat and moisture in an enclosed case can actually burn them and rot the plant out. I like open air terrariums because they're easier to maintain.
+Natalie Villalobos its a tiny Echeveria leaf cutting and everything was dried before going into the terrarium since i knew it would rot under humid conditions. As for light, I actually find my Echeveria to get very leggy when light is diffused. "Direct" sunlight behind a screen with medium mesh seems to be working best since completely direct sun is out of the question with current Texas weather 
Ms. V, I always enjoy your posts, and I love level of comments one finds here on G+. I know I'm off-topic somewhat, but I felt compelled.
This is really cool! I'm curious about the care of it. Will the glas stay clean?
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