Do you see this beautiful bottle of Boot's Rose & Lavender Bath Oil? I LOVE this stuff! My sweetie gave me my first bottle at Christmas. I'm now on my fourth. I go through this product like nobody's business. You know, the directions say to use one capful per bath - less is more. But I'm just not a one capful kind of girl. I'm a more-is-more. Anyway, to throw away these lovely glass bottles seemed wasteful, so I've been looking for a way to repurpose them. Here's a great idea I found at DesignSponge:
This is a really easy project, even for kids, and a great addition to your nature table, if you have one. I dug up some moss from my backyard, and made both a jar and a bottle terrarium.
Putting moss in the bottle can be a little tricky. Using a chopstick was really helpful to move the moss around and arrange it the way I wanted. Chopsticks are great - not only for eating, but also for their versatilty. They're one of my favorite craft tools. Only be sure to keep your craft chopsticks separate from your eating chopsticks :)
Ta - da!
Place your mini-terrariums in bright indirect light. Enjoy.