An easy tutorial showing you how to create your own DIY crystal garden! If you prefer to buy, you can also purchase my DIY crystal garden kit from Etsy. Affiliate links in post.
It has been a while since my last post on here! I’m sorry – tons of work has been going on in the background, but I just haven’t had the complete projects to post. (I’m working on my first Youtube video, but COVID supply chain issues are making that a slow process!)
That being said, I have a ton of easy TikTok tutorials that I can’t wait to share with you all. So February will be a fun month! Back to today’s post, though . . .
This is the first in my series DIY-Or-Buy wherein I’ll show you how to make projects yourself – but, if you want to skip the crafting, you can also purchase them directly from my Etsy store!
We’re kicking off with a stunning crystal garden/curio cabinet. It’s a great way to display your favourite crystals – or any unique collections you might have, like vintage ink bottles!
So: what do you need to recreate this craft?
YOU WILL NEED:
- Dried flowers – you can purchase those here, or dry them yourself
- Large crystals of your choice – here’s a great multi-pack to get you started
- Artificial moss
- Small clear quartz chips
- Vintage ink bottles – here’s a great multi-pack of vintage ink bottles
- A wooden shelf or curio cabinet – this is one of my top picks
HOW TO MAKE:
I made a super quick TikTok showing you how I made this ‘lil crystal garden. It’s definitely very intuitive and to your tastes – so you can dress it up however you see fit!
OKAY, WHAT IF I WANT TO BUY IT?
Don’t fancy a craft? Totally fair! If you want to purchase this, you can always grab it over on my Etsy store here!
Something I’ve definitely mentioned a few times on the blog is that I would love to spend more time on my Etsy store in 2022. It’s never something that I’ve dedicated myself to – but I love to create things and . . . well, I’m running out of space in my apartment.
So I’m sure you’ll be seeing tons more DIY or Buy posts coming up in the future!
For now, though, I hope you enjoyed this little craft! Are you a fan of crystal gardens at all? Would you make this yourself? Let me know your thoughts below!