Here is the list of items needed:
one small candy jar
a tablespoon of soil
tiny plant cutting or sprout
sheet magnet (like for business cards)
Once it is all clean you can drop in the rocks for drainage, and a layer of charcoal this is very important. It is important to not overfill the bottle. You must leave room for your plant, I like the plant to be not crammed at the top of the bottle. This will not only leave some room to grow, it will also be more aesthetically balanced.
The next step is to drop in some soil, I just pinched it in using my fingers. gently smooshing out any clumps, or larger materials like small sticks, and any other f.o.d that may need breaking down before going into the little jar. Once the bottle is about 1/3 to 1/2 full depending on the size of your plant/sprout. I used these instructions.
I cut the shape I just measured out of the magnet sheet and peeled the paper off, stuck it to the bottle, and held it in place really tight for a good five minutes.
Tar Tar (to quote Katie)! Here is the finished product. It hasn't required to much care... and I would only water it with a literal drop of water!