for now a mini plant kind-a-thing not resembling any type I know. After I'd eaten some grapes, I was looking at the now empty branches and they looked like parts of some sort of - unknown - exotic plant to me. And so I decided it would be that and I call it 'Grapenilla Exotica', get it, get it? :D
with a cocktailstick I mixed some real plantsoil* with some tacky glue, and put it in a dish from my stash. I used some extra soil on the gluemix for a more realistic surface and pressed this gently so it would stick. Then while the gluemix was still wet I tuck in the stems and done! Easy breezy ;)
for this I lined the dish with plastic wrap to be able to remove the plant&soil at anytime so I can put mini-m&m's or something in there someday, mjam mjam :P. Of course the plastic wrap was temporary and easily removed from the soil once the glue had dried.
*tip from CaseyMini I saw in a comment on someone's blog, thanks so much for that! It includes seeving the soil, which I haven't done here as 1) I don't have a seeve (good reason right?) and 2) I wanted a coarse look to the soil as I thought it's most fitting for this kind of plant. But seeving would definitely be a good idea for most miniplants