Jurassic Park DIY Terrarium


Jurassic Park DIY Terrarium

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Jurassic Park DIY Terrarium
Jurassic Park DIY Terrarium

While charming and chic terrarium craft projects that feature gorgeous  gems and fairy friends might be all the rage, sometimes you just want to add a cinematic edge to your home décor. While John Hammond may have spared no expense when building Jurassic Park, this DIY terrarium is actually relatively cheap to make. All you need to make this Mason jar idea is some moss, rocks, a mason jar, and any itty bitty plastic dinosaurs. Much easier to care for than a real life t-rex or velociraptor, this tiny terrarium would be a fantastic gift for a little boy, as well.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths


Project TypeMake a Project

What Makes This Father's Day Craft a Home Run

1. It's a fun and unique way to add a touch of nostalgia to your home decor. Whether you're a die-hard fan of the Jurassic Park franchise or just love dinosaurs in general, this DIY terrarium is sure to bring a smile to your face every time you look at it.

2. It's a budget-friendly craft project that won't break the bank. With just a few simple supplies like moss, rocks, and plastic dinosaurs, you can create a stunning terrarium that looks like it came straight out of a movie set. Plus, Mason jars are inexpensive and easy to find at your local craft store or online.

3. It's a great gift idea for kids and adults alike. Who wouldn't love to receive a mini Jurassic Park terrarium as a gift? Whether you're making it for a little boy who's obsessed with dinosaurs or an adult who's a fan of the movies, this unique and creative gift is sure to be a hit. Plus, it's easy to customize with different types of dinosaurs or other miniature figurines to suit the recipient's tastes.

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I'm just mad at myself for not thinking of this sooner. I'm pretty sure Michaels even has a ton of little, plastic dinosaurs (as well as all other kinds of creatures) for things just like this. I literally have no excuse to not make this terrarium.


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