Monday, February 6, 2012

Terrarium Book Give-Away


I had never even been interested in terrariums until
I tried to copy a picture in a Better Homes and Gardens'

I learned so much from the expert on terrariums who was
interviewed for the magazine's article.  Her name is
Tovah Martin and she has written a very informative
book on the subject of terrariums (and all their many forms)
called "The New Terrarium".  The photography in the book,
by Kindra Clineff, is beautiful. 
If you would like to see a peak of the book,
Grab the blue button on the right side of the Amazon page to scroll down to see quite a few pages.

 I have gotten a copy of the book so that I can share it
with one of you if you are interested in how to
make terrariums too.  If you would like to enter to win
this copy of "The New Terrarium" just leave me a
comment below.  I will use the random number generator
on Friday, February 10, 2012 at noon CST to pick a winner.
UPDATE:  21 folks entered the giveaway and the
random generator picked  #8 which is Nana Diana.


 I made several more terrariums
In a  blog post, Terrarrium Tips, I list the
basics from Tovah Martin on how to make a terrarium.
Terrariums are a great way to bring gardening indoors
during the colder winter months.

Sharing this post over at
Thrifty Tuesday @ Coastal Charm
Anything Goes Party @ Type "A" Decorating
Mother Nature Party @ Grits and Glamour

23 comments:

  1. I would love a chance to win the book. Saw you at Debbiedoos copycat challenge and think you did a great job.
    ~Tami @ Curb Alert!

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  3. I had terrariums years ago and just planted a new one this year. I found some glass snails who reside there and don't mold.
    I would love a chance to win the book.
    Thanks for the give away~Have a great day!

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  4. Thanks for visiting my blog! I'm looking forward to exploring yours. I'd love to have a go at winning the terrarium book too. I've had so much fun making them.

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  5. I'd love to have a go at winning the terrarium book. The one you made for the challenge was fabulous and I'll be looking forward to your tips.

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  6. Hello Kitty, A terrarium would be a way I could have a life green plant in my house. I have a cat, and I am so afraid she might eat on a plant when I would be gone. So I only have fake plants. Smiles to you,Susie(She Junks)

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  7. I would love to win the Terrarium Book. I have lots of indoor plants but no terrariums. Your Copy Cat ones were beautiful.
    Barb

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  8. I love terrariums!! I remember learning about them in 6th grade :)
    Lowes Creative Ideas had an article about them too!

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  9. I haven't seen people doing them in years until lately. Years ago they brought water in those big glass jugs that fit into water coolers...and then I had one (as did hundreds of other people) that I turned sideways and created a whole miniature garden in it. I had it for several years. xo Diana

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  10. Your post reminded me that I was planning on digging up some moss and bringing it indoors. I ran right out and got some. Now I have to wait for you to tell us how to keep it alive under the dome! If I had the book, I could just read it. lol ~ Maureen

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  11. Please enter me, never made one but would love to give it a try.

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  12. Oh, please enter me in the give-away. I'd love to win!!

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  13. So lovely and pretty! Especially the way yoy have these grouped together! My three year old woudl have htese riupped apart in a few minutes... alas I cannot attempt this project. But they sure would look lovely in my green bathroom! andrea@townandprairie

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  14. First of all, thanx for stopping by my blog. Your terrarium post was amazing and loved the detailed tutorial. Kinda made my post looks a little elementary~LOL~ I am your newest follower...love your post header...great graphics! I would love, love, love to be the winner of this book since my gal pals and I are really into making terrariums. Many of us have booths at a local antique/flea market called The Pickle Patch & are selling our terrariums. I always keeps my favs and now giving them to friends as "happys" and birthday gifts...so I really, really, really NEED and WANT this book. I am crossing my fingers to be the winner! Draw my name my new blog friend! Make sure you entered my 300 Follower Giveaway if vintage~style pillows are Your Thing...ends Wed, Feb 8th! Thanks for sharing. Tiffany

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  15. I would love to try making my own terrarium and I think this book would help. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  16. I would love to win this book as we are going to do a terrarium project in our 4-H club this year and new ideas would be wonderful. Thank you for great ideas and a giveaway.

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  17. I've been noticing terrariums, too. I remember them from those crazy 70's I grew up in. My mom had one I made for school on her coffee table for years. Yours turned out beautifully!

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  18. You've done a beautiful job with all your terrariums! Very creative projects that grow and evolve. Thank you for the great giveaway, I'll keep my fingers crossed!!!

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  19. I would love to win a copy of this book. It brings back memories of creating terrariums when I was in college in the 70s.

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  20. I would love to have a copy of the book! I think plants under glass are the neatest thing. I adore yours under the cloche!

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  21. Hi Miss Kitty,

    I would love to be entered in your fabulous giveaway.

    Dee

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  22. oh! I'd love to get this! I saw your post on terrariums and now I need about 58

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  23. This is such a helpful post! Thank your for sharing. I hope to get this book that you mentioned and start my terrarium gardens!

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