Need a low-maintenance gardening project? Look no further. We鈥檝e got simple聽terrariums聽here for every occasion. Whether you need to make a wedding centerpiece, something cute for your desk at work or an awesome DIY kit for a last-minute birthday present, this list has tons of ideas. From botanical beauties to easy-to-care-for succulents, these terrariums will have you planning your next聽weekend project. And for those of you聽with brown thumbs (us included), succulents and air plants聽are聽the minimal-maintenance聽way to go.

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1. Boho Botanicals: If an earthier, dreamier ceremony is what you鈥檙e after, try these warm-toned terrariums inside an elegant cake stand. Pair with natural details like a wooded base and gorgeous feathers for a romantic boho vibe. (via聽Style Me Pretty)

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2.聽Layered Effect: We鈥檙e dreaming of black + white cakes staring at this layered succulent garden. Pick white rocks with bright plants to really make it pop, or reverse the effect with bright rocks and muted plants. We can鈥檛 wait to see what you come up with! (via聽Home My Design)

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3. Building Blocks: For a little extra color, try these simple, child-approved terrariums accessorized with LEGOs. They鈥檙e a fun addition to any desk, be it kid or adult. (via聽Brit + Co)

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4. Pass the Salt: You鈥檙e going to want to use up your herbs and spices as quickly as possible to make this cute statement piece. Grab some pebbles, sand and a bit of dirt, and you鈥檒l be finished up before lunch time. Just don鈥檛 forget to put seasonings on your shopping list ;) (via聽A Bullseye View)

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5.聽Diamond Air Plant Terrarium Kit ($65): Looking for a unique terrarium different from all those upcycled jar ones you鈥檝e already DIYed?聽We鈥檝e got the perfect thing for you. This on-trend, geometric-shaped terrarium is a cinch to put together. Oh, and in case you were wondering, the air plants are included.

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6. Wood Grain Detail: Learn to make your very own wood-grain detail for these adorable terrariums. We could just see one of these in each room of the house, as a centerpiece to tie a group of tables together or, if you鈥檙e super generous, as wedding favors for when your guests聽head home. (via聽Project Wedding)

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7.聽DIY Wall-Mounted Air Plant Terrarium Kit ($25): Low on space? We can definitely help with this terrarium kit from the B+C Shop. It聽comes with everything (even the plants) you need to get started and聽it mounts聽on the wall, so there鈥檚 no need to take up valuable shelving or surface space.

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8. Coffee Time: If it鈥檚 time to retire an old french press or tea kettle, we can do you one better than the trash can. Try putting a layer of rocks under the wire mesh in your french press to outline the design. Over the wire you can put mulch, dirt and the green things you want to display. Feel free to take off the metal frame and attached handle for a more glassy look.聽(image via聽Level One Team)

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9.聽Repurposed Candy Jar: Get your hands all up in that聽candy jar with this cool DIY. For a sweet dresser look, add some costume jewelry or pearls. (via聽Brit + Co)

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10. Less Is More: We love this monotone arrangement 鈥 only four plants and all within the same palette. All that negative space just screams possibility and would look聽great with some tiny gold dinos. (via聽Adventures in Cooking)

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11. Gift It: We know our friends get really busy. So, we think that making this super simple kit with your leftover supplies would be a thoughtful gift聽for any occasion. (via聽Wit & Whistle)

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12.聽DIY Light Bulb Terrariums聽($22): With a base of bright pink rocks and the fact they鈥檙e inside of a lightbulb, these will add a bit of sunshine to even your most cramped indoor space.

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13. Soft and Lush: These gorgeous oversized flowers look like cotton candy. The setup is minimal, but you鈥檒l definitely get maximum impact. You may just want to keep it around as a permanent installment鈥 we would.聽(via聽Style Me Pretty)

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14. Au Natural: For an undone, cabin-y feel for your terrarium, try a neutral tone of river rocks with a naturally styled arrangement. To do this you鈥檒l want to mix both larger and smaller plant sizes and avoid any one item taking front and center.聽(via聽Ruffled Blog)

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15. Into the Wild: If there鈥檚 a woodsy + outdoorsy feature on our list, it鈥檚 this one. For this look, try lots of moss mixed in with delicate ferns and a big statement piece 鈥 think skulls, driftwood or any other epic find you come across out in the woods.聽(via聽The Telegraph)

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16. Forest Creatures: We think this is the perfect piece for the little kid聽who can鈥檛 get enough of story time. If your little one聽is聽Snow White-obsessed,聽try making them聽their own enchanted forest by mixing in lots of moss with plastic figurines. You could even have them be creative and DIY their very own. (via聽Mrs. Ferguson)

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17. Tight Fit: This is the terrarium version of building a ship in a bottle. Okay, it鈥檚 probably not quite as difficult as that. Just take your low-maintenace air plant and drop it in a small jar 鈥 no soil, rocks or sand required. No time to shop for supplies? Take your pick of the cute assortment at Tortoise Loves Donkey.聽(via聽Tortoise Loves Donkey)

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18. Paleontology Class: Gold dinos + terrariums? We are totally digging this DIY. For a fresh, bold effect, add colorful聽rocks at the base of your terrarium to聽really make a statement.聽(via聽Yellow Brick Home)

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19. Under the Sea: Having a nautical-themed party? Try these coastal succulents in clear glass, resting on beach sand. Drop in a few tiny sea shells to take it to the next beachy level. (via聽The Independent)

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20. Wit + Whimsy: Go for an extra girly look by focusing on pink and peach hues with pops of the brightest greens you can find. And how incredible is聽that marbled base? #Swoon (via聽Green Wedding Shoes)

What鈥檚 your favorite gardening project? Have you ever DIYed your own terrarium? Let us know in the comments below.