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Barbara Poland
Barbara Poland • 2 years ago

Fairy Dust -uses glow sticks and glitter

  • Button Bird Designs
    Button Bird Designs • 2 years ago

    Hmmmmm I didn't have to use that much to make mine work....Did you snap the glow stick before you dumped the stuff in the jar?!?

  • Linda Grant
    Linda Grant • 2 years ago

    I haven't done it yet but I am sure you have to break it. There is liquid inside which would then cover the glitter and make it glow. Can't wait to try it.

  • Maureen Coughlin-Augusiewicz

    I did this with plastic water bottles from 1 store they leaked after a while so idk if the bottles stunk or the glow stick made the leak was really cool though will try w better bottles

  • Faye Masters
    Faye Masters • 1 year ago

    I've got to try this with my grandchildren, I wonder how it would look if you put food color in the water?

  • Brenda Verhulst Eaton

    just made these and they DON'T even LOOK close to the picture, they were messy and smelly, the glow stick stuff leaked thru and got all over the jars. VERY DISAPPOINTED

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