Teeny Tiny Needle Felted Terrarium
I’ve been in Beaumont helping mom and dad with a few of their aches and pains these past few weeks so while I’m sitting in the evenings I’ve been doing some needle felting. Over the weekend, I decided to give it a go at making a teeny tiny terrarium. The jar for this terrarium is only 2″ x 2″. Which means the mushrooms and gnome house are really tiny. The tallest mushroom measures 1″ and the gnome house is only .75″ and I LOVE the teeny tiny acorn cap used as the roof. Mom and dad have some super tiny acorns on their oak tree that are perfect for these little houses. It’s a battle between me and the squirrel on who gets them first.
I plan on making several more of these teeny tiny needle felted terrariums because I think they are the cutest teeny tiny works of art. I will be working on a tutorial soon on how to create needle felted mushrooms and gnome houses for a future blog post. So be watching for it. Many of you wanted to know how to make the Santa with the fir tree I shared last week, that tutorial will take some time to put together and it’s more of an advanced piece to create, so I’m starting with mushrooms and gnome houses as these are simpler and more on a beginner level.