Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Betta Fish Vase

10 3/4 inch vase
2 packages of craft gemstones
1 male Betta Fish
6 inch Dieffenbachia plant or 6 inch Philodendron or 6 inch Spathaphyllum
4 inch plastic planting tray
1 gallon bottled water
(do not use tap water or distilled water)
yard of wired ribbon
Rinse the vase and gemstones with tap water to remove any dust or particles. Remove plant from the pot and rinse ALL the soil off the roots, trim the bottom of the roots. Cut a hole about the size of a quarter in the bottom of the 4 inch plastic planting tray. Pull the roots of the plant through the hole. Place 1 12 packages of the gemstones in the bottom of the vase. Pour bottled water at room temp into the vase to about 1 inch below the neck of the vase. Put the fish in the vase. Put the plant with the planting tray on top of the vase. Place remaining gemstones in the plastic planting tray. Tie the ribbon around the top of the vase. 

1 comment:

  1. My mom has one of these! I'd love one, but I have a feeling my cats would get into it. :)