What You'll Get
- $40 for one admission to a children’s Halloween terrarium-making class with Liza Fiorentinos
- Date: Saturday, October 25, from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- You must reserve a spot here in advance of the event
Each event is capped at 16 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
If you stare at a terrarium long enough, a friendly ghost will peek out from behind one of the succulents. Well, maybe not—but Liza Fiorentinos uses the spirit of the year’s spookiest holiday to help nurture kids’ green thumbs. Parents—one per child, please—can watch kids create a terrarium before it’s packed up into a commute-friendly gift box.
Kids Create a Little Green Landscape
Using air plants, sand, and moss, kids make their very own terrarium, adding a touch of green to bedrooms or handing it off to parents as a gift.
Add Halloween-Worthy Decor
Fiorentinos provides pictures of Halloween to spark creativity, and kids can add appropriately creepy decorations into the containers the shop calls “terror-iums.”
Get in the Spirit of the Holiday
Costumes are encouraged, and Halloween candy rewards pint-sized gardeners for their hard work.
Owner, Luludi Living Frames
After 30 years in the workforce, Liza Fiorentinos liberated herself from a stifling corporate job in Paris in order to begin her own crafts shop. At her Astoria storefront, Luludi Living Frames, she creates atypical living works of art, including terrariums, moss-covered shoes, and plants set in LED-lit frames. Her business has blossomed from making small pieces for individuals to producing decor for lobbies, receptions, and corporate events.
The Fine Print