What You'll Get
- $31 for admission for one person to a 90-minute terrarium-making workshop with Kim Ballesteros
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at a private Greater Heights location. The exact address will be shared after purchase.
Each event is capped at 6 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
A little lush greenery always brightens a room, but maintaining a finicky houseplant isn’t always as easy as it seems. That’s where terrariums come in—these miniature ecosystems are as beautiful as they are easy to maintain. After giving a brief history of terrariums and discussing which plants work best, artist Kim Ballesteros shows you that you don’t need a green thumb to turn succulents, soil, and pebbles into living art.
Choose the Perfect Vessel
Kim provides a selection of vintage and new terrariums to choose from, including glass and ceramic varieties.
Get Your Hands Dirty
Plant lush, hearty succulents into sands, soils, pebbles, and mosses. All materials are provided.
Create a Whimsical Environment
Add finishing touches with decorative accents from Kim’s collections, such as marbles, figurines, buttons, and seashells.
Enjoy Light Refreshments
Kim provides snacks and beverages to keep you nourished as you craft your terrarium.
Artist and Instructor, The Crafty Bluebird
A self-described “crafty chica” and a native Texan, Kim Ballesteros knows her way around a pair of scissors and a glue gun. As the owner of The Crafty Bluebird, she shares her love of creativity during hands-on classes. Students might create button jewelry, terrariums, felt flower pins, cupcake stands, gift baskets, and other treats, leaving not only with their art, but also with the skills to make more at home.
The Fine Print