Glow Stick Ideas

Glow Stick Ideas

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Cotton candy on a glow stick

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  • Eleni Szemeti
    Eleni Szemeti

    What a great looking cotton candy!!

Put a Glow stick in a balloon before you blow it up. Night time parties.

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  • Susan Shea-Bressette
    Susan Shea-Bressette

    Love these ideas! Going to try the glow sticks in white ballons for a outdoor wedding!

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  • Vivian Anderson
    Vivian Anderson

    did you know that if you put glow sticks in the freeze at night after the kids have gone to bed and take them out the next night you can use them again? Works I have done it.

Fairies in a jar. DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top with a lid. 3. Shake. I found glow sticks at the Dollar Tree. I used a mason jar that I had left over from the Salt Art in a Jar project. **WARNINGS AND TIPS: "Be sure to read the warning on the back of the glowstick package. The ones I used were nontoxic but will stain clothes. Also, I used glowstick necklaces with the thought that it would be easier to cut than a thick glow stick."*

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  • Joby Normandeau
    Joby Normandeau

    Would luv to see step by step pictures of the good and the bad.

  • The Necktie Shop
    The Necktie Shop

    I'm not sure this is the safest thing to be doing, but if you are going to, you might as well save some money by getting your glow sticks at at wholesale prices.

  • Julie Roberts
    Julie Roberts

    does diamond dust spray have the same results as diamond dust

  • Nancy Roberts
    Nancy Roberts

    I don't believe diamond dust spray is the same, material wise, as diamond dust.

  • Anita Nicole
    Anita Nicole

    I got "diamond glitter" at hobby lobby only it's called finely crushed glass and got tons of glow sticks (the "wand", "sword" and really long ones) a dollar tree.... the glitter/glass does stick but is very cool. Even with out the glitter is awesome. The light lasts about 2-3 hours. Does make a mess but is veryfun. The thick glow sticks (what I would use) is a little tough to cut so I used wire cutters. Hope this helps!!!

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hide and seek w/glow sticks, in the dark would be fun

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Glow bubbles!!!!!

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  • Beth Pratt
    Beth Pratt

    It doesn't work. :( We tried it...and then I googled it to see if anyone else tried it. - There are other recipes with glow in the dark paint and bubbles that people say work.

  • Amanda Kooiman
    Amanda Kooiman

    super cool idea

  • Sarah Malinoski
    Sarah Malinoski

    Nope, doesn't work. We kept adding more glow stick liquid, but the glow extinguishes as soon as it interacts with the bubble liquid.

  • Loretta Horne
    Loretta Horne

    The glow stick-liquid won't mix with water

  • Louise Campanelli
    Louise Campanelli

    didn't work

glow stick butterflies

Little Page Turners: Glow Stick Butterflies

Lightsticks in a bathtub, I think we have to try this!

  • Melissa Vander Velde
    Melissa Vander Velde

    Glowsticks in the bottom of the pool are cool too!!!

  • Cleo Fitzgerald
    Cleo Fitzgerald

    if you add bubble bath and make it really foam, it looks even better!!

NEON Welcome Home...or Will You Marry Me...or Love You.... use glow sticks taped to the house for a neon message!

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Glow bracelet activities

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Break open a glow stick, dump it in a jar, shake it up and you have an instant glow stick lantern!

Glow Stick Lanterns

Family fun glow in the dark night!

Play At Home Mom LLC: Rainy Day Play

Glow in the Dark Drinks

Come Together Kids: Glow-in-the-Dark Drinks