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Miniature Star Wars Terrariums Land You on Tatooine, Endor, Dagobah, Where’s My Hoth Snowglobe?

by Paul Strauss
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Star Wars fans, here’s a fun accessory to place on your desktop or bookshelf. It’s a series of handmade terrariums, each depicting a scenic location from one of the Star Wars films.

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They’re made by Tony Larson (aka ‘Megatone230’) of The Wonder Room, and you can choose from a scene with Yoda chilling out in a Dagobah moss garden, R2-D2 (or mini R2-D2) searching for Obi-Wan on Tatooine, or a cuddly Ewok getting ready to take down some speeder bikes on the forest planet of Endor.

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I just want him to make me a tiny snowglobe with a scene of snowspeeder taking down an AT-AT.

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Each one is lovingly handmade to order, and prices range from $95 to $105(USD) for the little dioramas. Be sure to check out the other scenes over on The Wonder Room’s Etsy shop too. The Ancient Goddess Ruins ($200) is pretty epic, and reminds me of God of War for some reason. I wonder why…

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