things you will need
containers and a drill
the containers can be any thing you like. i got theses at goodwill. Tupperware works well. any thing that holds water and is not to deep. (over a foot)
soil, any soil you use with your carnivorous plants. half mix of peat and clean sand will work. i'm luck and the local garden shop sells bags of premixed soil for carnivorous plants
gravel. i use fish tank graven cause i have alot of it.
plants make sure to get plants good for out side. Venus flytraps, Sarracenia work well in most of the US there is also a number of Drosera that will do well too check in the pond section of your local garden store for other plants too. need less to say i have a few plants to pick from.
first drill holes about every 2 to 3 inches around the top on your container about an inch from the top. don't worry about cracking.
then drill a few holes in the bottom. not too many though. you still want water to settle in the container.
then fill the bottom with gravel.
the gravel will help keep the soil out of the water
then add soil so it is over the hole you drilled in the top of your container.
the next part is easy. plant your plants
you will want a shallow depression near the middle. this will help to collect water and give you a place to check how moist the soil is. small river stones and mosses can be added to add accents. i happen to cultivate several types of mosses.
at this point you are done. either set it out in a nice sunny location or dig a hole and put it in the ground. pick some place bright and sunny.