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  • Erin Grossbach

    paint brush, glow-in-the-dark-paint, any size mason jar. dip the brush in paint and add dots to cover the jar. I think I want to make a few of these to use as night lights, only I think I will get plastic containers so the kids won's break them.

  • Jenny Lynne

    DIY Glow Jars All you will need are some cleaned mason jars, a paint brush and some glowing paint, which you can purchase at any craft store. Once you have washed and dried your jars, simply prep your glowing paint by mixing it up so that the particles are evenly spread. You then dip your paintbrush into the paint and dot the inside of the jars. Of course, you don’t have to stick with dots and can do any crazy design.

  • Doris Pickerd

    Craft Ideas on 3 Levels - Hobbies On A Budget You only need three things: a paint brush, glow-in-the-dark-paint and mason jars of any size. You can easily dip the brush in paint and add dots to cover the entire jar and make it seems as though you truly have captured the stars

  • Carol Jardines

    ''Universe in a jar'' cute and simple idea for little kids to help with. Use a paint brush and dot a jar with glow-in-the-dark-paint and ta-da!

  • Christy Pruett

    Ok so I know I already pinned this to kids, but thinking it'd be a GREAT idea for mom's reception outdoors in her backyard! Mason jars painted or "flicked" with glow in the dark paint....so simple!

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