My post last week about the Jellyfish Air Plants attracted quite a bit of attention. While I love the ingenuity of that Etsy seller, the item doesn't look that hard to DIY. If you are looking for a variety of tillandsia to jumpstart your next craft the site air-plants.com have a variety and some reasonably-priced combo packs. The site also provides excellent information on how to water your air plant or tillandsia:
"You can also mist your plants as needed, in between watering but misting should not be used as a sole source of moisture. We prefer to use a dunking method when we water, and then every other week or so we will give the plants a longer soak for an hour or 2. Always take care to gently shake any excess water off the base of the plants, as sitting water can cause rot and damage/kill the plant. It is recommended that you water your plants in the morning, and leave them out of their containers in an area that they can dry within 4 hours. Never let your Air Plant sit in water for prolonged periods of time!"