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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

Fairies in a jar DIRECTIONS: Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter Seal the top with a lid. - Fairies in a jar DIRECTIONS: Cut a glow stick and.

Fairies in a jar  Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top with a lid. 3. Shake.  **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 though that it would be easier to cut than a thick glow stick.**

Fairies in a jar

Fairies in a jar. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter Seal the top with a lid. ( glow sticks at the Dollar Tree. used a mason jar that I had left over from the Salt Art in a Jar project.

Lemon volcanoes, crystal rainbows, and color clouds -- these fun  and easy DIY science experiments will wow the whole family.

Fun experiments for Chem-phys! Lemon volcanoes, crystal rainbows, and color clouds -- these fun and easy DIY science experiments will wow the whole family.

DIY: Magical Glowing Jars Project.  Here is a magical and simple DIY project using mason jars. by aleksandra.kepka

Another fun way to make fairy lights: paint little dots inside a jar with glow-in-the-dark paint. These glow jar crafts for kids can be done in so many creative ways. Find the one that works for you!

For cool bracelets: Boil Popsicle sticks for 5 minutes in water.  Then take them out and bend them into a glass.  After they dry you can decorate them to wear.

Message Bracelets - craft sticks, boil in water for 20 min, bend into cups to dry, wait 24 hours, paint/decorate.

Looking for more things to do this summer, while keeping cool? Check out these 23 kid-friendly science projects!

23 Science Projects for Kids

23 Science Projects for Kids! - TGIF - This Grandma is Fun Looking for more things to do this summer, while keeping cool? Check out these 23 kid-friendly science projects!

I love this idea!  Mason jar and glow in the dark paint (see tutorial regarding which paint is best).  I think it would look very pretty along a walkway/sidewalk.

Glowing jar project – varázslat a lakásban (EN/HU)

I made these for my preschoolers and my own children excepts I used bottled water instead of glass jars, I also glued the lids on.  I use them when they are angry and need to calm down also in time out as well as nap time for the restless 5 year olds that don't nap.  LOVE THEM

Calm Down Jar: a meditation tool to use whenever a child feels stressed, overwhelmed or upset. They shake the jar, then sit and watch the glitter settle in the water. When the glitter settles, they can get up.

DIY Fairies In A Jar! All you have to do is empty a glow stick in a jar and add some glitter to it and shake! http://www.virginiatoy.com/

How to make a glow jar! Take a small mason jar and a 2 glow sticks. Then cut the glow sticks in half and empty into the jar. Screw on cap onto the jar and enjoy the sight of a beautiful glow jar.

Fairies in a Jar! Using Glow sticks and Glitter!

Faries in a jar. Use jelly jars for your fairy garden . Glow sticks cut open and dumped into a jar with glitter. What an inexpensive idea for summer lights on the patio. Wine bottles, mason jars, possibilities are endless!

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