Favorite Find of the Week

A cute little glass box for only $.79.

About three years ago, I saw a large glass house-shaped centerpiece that contained a terrarium. It was beautiful and I thought a lot about how I would decorate a tabletop glass-enclosed space.

I didn’t buy the piece that day and by the time I got back to the florist that was selling it, it was gone.

So this past week, I found a very mini version of that glass box. Although it’s a fraction of the size of the first one I spotted, I still like it. Of course, I’m not sure a terrarium would fit in something that is about three inches long and four inches tall, but I’ll figure something out. Final cost? Just 79 cents.

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