Well I started making a vivarium near the end of August out of a spare ten gallon tank I had. I started with the false bottom, mesh divider, and a small pond in the front of the tank. Then school started up and I wasn't able to work on it except for week ends. That week end I put in a mixture of coco-fiber and potting soil for the substrate. I then put in the back ground which is a coconut-fiber thing for hermit crabs but works great for this to. And finally I put in some moss over the substrate which doesn't only look good in my opinion but helps keep the substrate out of the water so I don't have to change so often. And that was it for that weekend. Then that Wednesday night while I was out getting crickets I grabbed some plants they had at Petco, I then went over to Home Depot and grabbed some silicone. Once I got home i planted the plants and some lucky bamboo left over from the green frogs' vivarium. Then I put a log half in the water half out with moss on it. I also siliconed a rock to the background to make a ledge and a branch across the top of the tank, putting in these two things was probably the hardest, most stressful, and most annoying part of the whole construction project and took a lot of tape and patience haha. This is what it looked like when everything dried. This weekend I finished it with a two more plants from Home Depot. I also added a few more rocks to the pond as I figured it was a little deep for a tree frog and I was worried about it drowning. This Sunday though my mom was at Petco and was getting my little brother some guppies that he's wanted for awhile and she knew I wanted a Green Tree frog, I wasn't planning on getting one for awhile because I wanted to make sure everything in the vivarium was ok and no leaks or the plants dieing. But she surprised me with tree frog anyway. I named him JP because my girl wanted me to (have no idea why but she was very persistent that I call him that, ha) and so far he seems pretty healthy and I've seen him eat, he even ate out of a pair a tongs so hopefully it all goes good with him. I think I'm done with it for now, although I want to put an Ivy in there and wrap it around the branch so it doesn't look so bare compared to everything else. Any other recommendations or ideas will be appreciated. Thanks.