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Moss terrariums are super fun to make and easy to care for. 

If you kill even the most un-killable of cacti but still yearn for some greenery at your office or home, then working with moss might be your best bet.

A Moss Terrarium is hassle-free and if you do it right you never have to water it or remove the lid!

All materials are provided and you’ll get to take home your beautiful creation at the end of the workshop!

What will we cover?

This is a fun, hands on class were you’ll go home with your little patch of green bliss. 

Within the workshop you will learn how:

  • Moss Terrariums actually work
  • To decorate them using layering techniques
  • To “landscape” your creation
  • How to use cute trinkets to develop your mini fairy garden
  • To continue to care for yours at home

All materials will be supplied. 

But feel free to bring in some little figurines or trinket to place in your Terrarium!


  • Wheelchair Accessibility Venue
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Discounted Early Bird Tickets
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
  • Auslan Interpreter Upon Request 
  • Gender Neutral Bathrooms

    Who will be Teaching? 

    delsi (she/her) is a proud queer femme lady who has worked for the last 10 years as a teacher, Event Producer and activist within the LGBTQIA+ sector.

    She is the Director of the organisation Unicorns as well as a Marriage Celebrant, LGBTQIA+ Inclusion Consultant and Manager here at Laneway Learning! This year she was named in the Top 50 Australian LGBTI Leaders List according to Google.

    In her spare time she loves to make DIY creations – from homemade eco-glitter bath bombs, to fairy filled terrariums and cross-stitch unicorns.

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    Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just email delsi (she/her) at