Wait Until You See This Terrarium Night Light!
For those of us who prefer to sleep with a little glow, this unique night light gives off just enough light so you don’t stub your toe on the furniture during late night washroom trips. The terrarium is simple to make and care for, and all you need is four materials.
Gather materials for this project from a garden center or florist shop. Any glass vase or bowl will work well, I like the look of these round, fishbowl-shaped glass terrariums. Reindeer moss comes in a rainbow of colours, so choose one that compliments your room. Small tropical indoor plants make the best choices for terrariums in rooms with lower light levels. You could also use air plants in a room that is bright during the day.
Look for a waterproof LED light for your terrarium. You can find some here. Set the light in the terrarium and cover the top with a bit of moss, enough that it dims the light slightly but also hides it during the day.
Set the terrarium where you plan to use it and water plants regularly when dry. The small pots will quickly become too small, so repot the plants as they grow bigger and require more space for the roots.