Two of these decorations were $2 one was $4 or $3. The horsemen I didnt get was $6. The seasonal stuff is usually cheap and almost always on sale, at least when I go.Wish I could, but my tanks are full of plants and decorations are expensive when I could buy other useful fish stuff.
I'm in the US and I almost never see PetSmart sell them for the actual price they are always on sale or I just always go in at the right time, lol.Depends on where you are in the world. Over here in Canada, the decorations are pricey. Usually around $6 for me.
I actually thought the same thing as I was setting it up. My girl pumpkin hanging out with the octopus, partners in crime?! Shes always super docile but it was all an act to lower fishes gaurds and lure them in, haha.Lol I like the gravestone. Did the octopus kill the fish?
Thay sounds really cute! Do you have any pictures?I doooo! I have made a pumpkin, turkey, flag, birthday cake, Christmas tree, decorative egg, pacifier (for new year baby), four leaf clover, and a pink/red/purple heart! I use colored polymer clay for all of them.
I'm the same way, that's why I like the seasonal stuff, I take it out after the holidays and, in my case, rearange the plants.i'm in love with the pumpkin. I saw it the other day and I think it's absolutely adorable. my tank is strictly "natural" though lol. I might buy it as a little decoration for use outside the tank... there are some really cute decorations out there
I'm the same way, that's why I like the seasonal stuff, I take it out after the holidays and, in my case, rearange the plants.
Decorations really are super cute and my kid likes em. Shes spent a good hour trying to convince the Betta to hide in the pumpkin. The pumpkin looks amazing under the finix planted+ light, its such a bright orange it looks like its glowing.
Yeah the paint really reflects the light well, kinda wish I had one of those gowfish black lights, lol.hahaha... maybe I'll put it in the tank! who knows. I love how the headstone glows too. my betta refuses to go inside things.
Yeah these decorations were like $2 so I'm not expecting much from them, haha.Those are so festive!
I have two glow-in-the-dark pumpkins for one of my hermits and my smallest snake. Never found anything other than Christmas decor for an aquarium before. I've got a Christmas tree and a gingerbread house, but the paint and resin was shoddy and they looked and smelled horrible after a month in the tank.
Not the most gorgeous decor but I know they won't tear betta fins! I put them in on the first of the month that the holiday is in and take it out when the month endsThay sounds really cute! Do you have any pictures?
Yeah these decorations were like $2 so I'm not expecting much from them, haha.
Ive never heard of a festive snake envlosure! Sounds adorable!
I know halloween is one of my favorite holidays! Part of me wants to just make it a permanent spooky tank, haha.I was actually considering getting some Halloween decorations for my tank too last time I went to Pet Smart, but I figured I'd probably get too attached to them and leave them in yearlong so it'll be Halloween forever haha! Though I absolutely love how your tank looks! The green glow of the tombstone and cauldrons are such a nice touch.
I love them! I am so scared to put strange things in my tank but I have been eyeing the clay for awhile, I would love to make some decorations myself. Seems like a lot of fun!
I have killed every single plant I have put in this tank except for those crypts. Those things grow like crazy! I started off with just one of those tissue culture bags from petsmart. After a year I had like 60+ of them but I have tossed some because they took over the tank. (I have a picture somewhere if I find it ill post it) but seriously I can not keep anything alive. Not java java fern, Anubis, everything dies in my care except those darn crypts, lol.