- $48 for one admission to a one-hour terrarium-making class with Phillip Kuhn
- 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 Phillip’s workshop in Southeast Los Angeles.
Each event is capped at 10 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Expert maker Phillip Kuhn has taught countless DIY workshops across the country, but one type of project stands out as his favorite: terrariums. This class teaches you how to make two of these miniature ecosystems, with all essentials provided. You’ll first assemble a hanging air plant terrarium filled with plants that require very little care. Phillip then helps you make a traditional succulent terrarium with rocks, organic soil, personal objects, and assorted rare dormant mosses and lichen.
Build Two Terrariums
The host helps you make a hanging air plant terrarium as well as a traditional succulent terrarium with desert plants and a base made of rock and organic soil.
Add a Personal Touch
Guests should bring in a special keepsakes, miniatures, or found objects to include in their succulent terrarium.
Photo Credit: Brandi Chalker
Phillip Kuhn has been making some serious waves in the DIY community as part of the team at MakersKit, which VentureBeat lauded as one of the “6 most impressive startups from TechStars NYC’s 2014 demo day.” Phillip and his colleagues have hosted workshops for Google, YouTube, Stanford University, and other major corporations, with subjects spanning from terrarium-building to t-shirt-printing to soap-making. Phillip also edited the company’s DIY guidebook.