We are here with the construction of a village-themed terrarium made entirely of materials collected from nature. Terrarium construction and details on our site!
I will share with you the terarium shared by Mahmut Kaplan in the recycling projects group and made entirely with materials collected from nature. We owe a debt of gratitude to Mahmoud for allowing him. He shared step-by-step how he built the village-themed terarium by collecting materials from nature. We wanted to give you an idea by taking this beautiful work and adding it to our site. How it is made, what materials are used are given with the pictures below.
Let’s examine the adventure of mahmut brain terrarium construction together.
I started taking plastic pelvis from the A101. I’ve made a compartment for the stream I’m going to do in the future.
The house I made with ice cream sticks.
I used the oval parts of the rods for the roof.
I used styrofoam for the door and beads for the tok.
I threw away the liner paint with acrylic paint.
I glued the plastic plant to move the window.
I made a water well by covering the lid of the perfume bottle with stone.
The roof of the well is made of toilet paper rolls…
I ripped the chain of the well from a toy. I made a cardboard bucket.
I carve the inside of a bark to make the sheep trough.
The trough is ready.
I used toothpicks to make a elbow.
The elbow is ready.
The marble I found on the side of a construction to use as a road in front of the house.
Now we can go close-ups…
I collected the algae from the trees and the sidewalks.
It was as if a tree was missing next to the house…
It’s the best plant for a minitree.
Our tree has taken its place. It’s nice to see a tree trunk.
The construction of streams has begun.
I’m dimming so there’s no water on the ground.
Sand for the lower base of the stream.
I laid out the sand. I laid cardboard on it.
I covered the cardboard with silica sand.
I lifted the sand and laid out nylon.
I painted it with acrylic paint to create depth.
I painted the stones green to look mossy.
That’s all for now. I’m going to fill the pool with 100 layers of varnish. It’ll look like there’s water in it.