After quarantining for months on end, a lot of us have taken up new hobbies -- embroidery, puzzling, baking. Anyone out there start making terrariums? You know, those little mini-gardens in a snow globe-looking container? They make for great, simple, green decor and a fun paint night-esque weekend activity. And now they're coming for Halloween.
Fake spider webs and jack-o-lanterns aside, for this year's Halloween decor, let's do a little extra DIY! The concept is the same -- create a little scene with artificial grasses and such inside a glass display -- but instead of flowers and succulents, we're going with mini headstones and smaller versions of the skeletons hanging on our front doors. You could even use things like that pumpkin-shaped candy corn to decorate your little cemetery. (You know you're not eating that gunk, anyway.)
All you need is some kind of glassware (one of those mason jars you impulse bought from T.J. Maxx should do), artificial greenery and perhaps soil and rocks found at local craft stores and your imagination! Plus, we've got some social media inspo for you right here:
Spooky season is nearly upon us!