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I bought 4 air firs and containers on ebay, gave 2 away and kept the others for me. The look so cool.
Thanks so much for the info!
Cute! Did you use sand in the glass containers? I think I will have to try this idea!
Heidi @ Moms Crafty Space says
I used a very fine grain sand that I picked up at the Dollar Tree. I read a few mixed reviews about how well the air plants will live in sand, but I just placed the roots on top of the sand instead of IN the sand, and they’re still going strong! 🙂
I love this. Maybe I could keep and air plant alive lol.