I am Latifa, creator and designer behind StellarCryptic Creations.
I made my first terrarium in March 2015, using rainbow rocks from the garden, succulents from my garden, charcoal from the aquarium as a gift for a friend, who loved my garden. My concept was simple; give a gift of love, incorporate the greenery from my garden make sure it stays alive indoors and be small enough so that it looks good in an apartment. Since then I have come a long way, receiving custom orders through word of mouth and participating in numerous markets around Perth.
Terrariums are a vibrant, brilliant way to inject a little greenery into an urban environment. They will brighten up and make you smile even on your most dreary mornings...be small enough to sit on your study desk, work station or bed side table or big enough to be the centrepiece of any party! They are just so beautiful, easy-care and are as individual as you.
I create my terrariums using glass containers which I find interesting, and has a little room for the plants & moss to grow. Most contain a very special scene using miniature figurines to complete your little green landscape – from idyllic pastoral scenes with cows and horses to serene rivers, lakes, rolling valley’s and mountains. They make excellent gifts and make amazingly unique wedding and party favours. Each one is a one-off piece, created with love and carefully watched before it is out up for sale.
If you are after a custom piece, or something specific feel free to send me a message or email me firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to create you a bespoke one of a kind creation.
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Happy Shopping xx
April 2017 Market2nd April 2017 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
Christmas 2016 Market11th December 2016 at Elizabeth Quay
December 2016 Market4th December 2016 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
August 2016 Market7th August 2016 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
April 2016 Market3rd April 2016 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct