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  • Kelli Dyer

    ah such a fun idea!-- Break open a glow stick, dump it in a jar, shake it up and you have an instant glow stick lantern! Perfect for outdoor parties. Must remember this! Awesome :))

  • Yolanda Diaz-santos

    Not sure if I pinned this already, but want to use at Halloween party - Break open a glow stick, dump it in a jar, shake it up and you have an instant glow stick lantern! Perfect for outdoor parties.

  • Triscuit

    If the juniors did a country prom with mason jars! This would be ssooooo cute! :)Break open a glow stick, dump it in a jar, shake it up and you have an instant glow stick lantern! Perfect for outdoor parties. Must remember this!

  • Jean Dyer

    Glow Stick Jar: Break open a glow stick, dump it in a jar, shake it up and you have an instant glow stick lantern! Perfect for outdoor parties. Must remember this!

  • Asten Adams

    Glowing Jars Break open a glow stick, dump it in a jar, shake it up and you have an instant glow stick lantern! Perfect for outdoor parties. Must remember this!

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