Terrariums by RAAB

 

 

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Ever since I saw my friend Carlo Tadiar’s collection of terrariums, I felt there was something about this old hobby/art that I could possibly grow to love. I don’t have a green thumb. Every green thing I own ends up dying. Quite the opposite of my mother who can make hibiscus and orchids bloom even in the dead of winter.

 

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Carlo’s terrariums and jars are beautiful. Carlo just picked up the hobby by reading up on it. (Carlo is the Editor in Chief of Metro Home).

 

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Then I saw these terrariums by RAAB at Isabel Gatuslao’s apartment. Carlo was also with us that night. And he also fell in love with RAAB’s terrariums. They exchanged plant stories.

 

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Isabel worked on RAAB’s logo and branding. How lovely. Since I mentioned the terrariums in my blog, RAAB had been contacted for orders and features by magazines.

 

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Terrarium No 16: La Violetta. Photo from RAAB’s Facebook Page.

 

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Terrarium No 17 : Triptych Cliffs. I love how this looks like a miniature landscape. Photo from RAAB’s Facebook Page.

 

Our beautiful terrarium by Raab.
And here is our own Terrarium by RAAB. I just used my iPhone for this photo. I love staring at our terrarium. It’s so soothing! I could be wrong but this looks like Terrarium No 15 : La colina in red. Score!

 

I got ours at the Freakin Chicken booth at the Negros Fair in Rockwell Tent yesterday. RAAB is there. He also cooks. He makes a really good Bacolod beef soup called Kansi. Buy it. You will love it. He’s there ’til tomorrow Sunday, September 30. After, you can find him thru his Facebook Page.

I just love it when people pursue their passions. Get really great at them. And share them with the rest of the world.

 

 

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