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    • Emily LoveCupcakes

      DIY Fairies In a Jar Tutorial or Photoshop vs Reality. The Blogger of Jude and the Walrus decided to see if she could get the same results with a glow stick and glitter and voila - NOPE.

    • karen labuda

      pinterest magical person | pictures all over Pinterest with “recipes” to make these magical ...

    • Debra Myrick
      • 2 years ago

      Obviously I'm doing something wrong. The contents of my glow stick will not come out. Suggestions?

    • Johana Lee Scott
      • 1 year ago

      You may need to use bigger glue sticks. Be very careful doing this btw... Glass contains them and when you snap breaks the glass. I learned this the hard way when I made predator blood to smear all over my house and car one year.

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