So I’m doing a little decorating around the house. We have all wood floor and tile so we decided to get an 8×10 rug in our living room. Something soft and cushy. I love all the print rugs out there, but I’m terrified to commit to something too flashy.  So as much as I’d love to get a chevron rug for my first nice rug purchase, I think I’m going to keep it simple and just add prints with all the accent decor.

A couple things I wanted to get and make were neat framed typography and a terrarium. The terrarium to add some life and color to the room and the typography to add some wit and interest. Below are some ideas I’m tossing around.

Fruit of the Spirit <3

This might be fun to do for the whole family…

We can’t forget Daphne (Yes I’m a crazy pug person)
Source: google.com via Sarah on Pinterest

I love the touch of yellow in the below terrarium
I like the moss
Source: etsy.com via Sarah on Pinterest
I love these colors. Especially if a tad of yellow was added
Source: flickr.com via Sarah on Pinterest

5 Responses to Terrariums and Typography…

  1. you should make some terrariums! I did a post on it a while back, it was super easy and fun!!

    good luck with the redecorating, don’t forget to put pictures when you are done :)

  2. Cat says:

    Love that “fruit of spirit” print…so pretty and such a great message! I totally want a terrarium too! They remind me of mini rainforests :)

    xx Cat brideblu

  3. Ana says:

    Fun stuff!I love the terrarium idea, I have two hanging out in my home right now. The boys made them at a b-day party a while back!

  4. The pug print is definitely for me, Sarah!

  5. i love those terrariums. My mum always had the big giant glass bowly thing in our house and i never knew what they for until I was about 22 lol. I love them now. Especially with succulents

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