Wanting to create your own Fantasy world? Don’t have the money or space for the extra addition? Then look no further!
‘World In A Jar’ is just what you are looking for. It’s affordable, easy to look after and an eye catching fantasy world in a jar!
For a generic terrarium you could be pay upwards of $100!!! That’s why ‘World In A Jar’ is the perfect option for those not wanting to spend hundreds of dollars on a terrarium. Prices range from $15-$25 for a personalised terrarium, which is a deal you wouldn’t dare to refuse.
Buying a gift for a child, adult or grandparents? Our terrarium range is not exclusive to one age, you can personalise your terrarium for whomever you wish!
By purchasing a ‘World In A Jar’ terrarium, you are supporting BASP – The Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project is a not for profit organisation, trying to aid asylum seekers, seeking refuge in Australia. BASP aims to provide hospitality and practical support for people seeking asylum, Actively network with like-minded individuals and groups who are working for justice for asylum seekers, promote advocacy for the rights of people seeking asylum and also engage in education about asylum seekers’ issues. Pre-order your terrarium today via Stars on a Mission website or come down and visit us at the Elwood market on the 3rd of November!!!!
Apartment? Flat? Small backyard? Even with little to no garden, these products can live for months, if treated well. The World in a Jar terrariums are a hot, up and coming and the new “in” gift for anyone. The World in a Jar terrariums are the perfect personal gift and at the perfect price point!! For a generic terrarium you could be play upward of $100+!!!! But the price point of our terrariums is what really makes them the perfect gift for a loved one or friend. Paying anywhere from $15-25 for a personalised terrarium is a deal you wouldn’t want to refuse. These gifts are a winning for people of all ages!!! from little kids to grandparents, they’re not exclusive.
Our brand was created thanks to being in year 11 completing The Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL). VCAL is a hands on learning experience, different to the mainstream VCE. Smaller classes as well as classes more addressed to helping teach students skills to go straight from school into the workplace are some of the main features of VCAL.
Even if you aren’t the best at caring for things, this self sufficient plant pretty much takes care of itself!! just follow the handy instructions included when you purchase your own and you can’t go wrong. sunlight and a little bit of water and your terrarium is pretty much set.
The VCAL students all wanted to make sure their products gave back to the community, hence the introduction of The Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project (BASP). BASP was established in 2001. The Brigidine Sisters have been engaged in education and social justice in Victoria since 1886. They aim to provide hospitality and practical support for people seeking asylum; actively network with like-minded individuals and groups who are working for justice for asylum seekers; promote advocacy for the rights of people seeking asylum; engage in education about asylum seekers’ issues.
If you’re interested in purchasing our product head down to the Elwood market on the 3rd of November and grab yourself this enlightening home decoration!!!