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Hmmmmm I didn't have to use that much to make mine work....Did you snap the glow stick before you dumped the stuff in the jar?!?
I haven't done it yet but I am sure you have to break it. There is liquid inside which would then cover the glitter and make it glow. Can't wait to try it.
I did this with plastic water bottles from 1 store they leaked after a while so idk if the bottles stunk or the glow stick made the leak was really cool though will try w better bottles
I've got to try this with my grandchildren, I wonder how it would look if you put food color in the water?
just made these and they DON'T even LOOK close to the picture, they were messy and smelly, the glow stick stuff leaked thru and got all over the jars. VERY DISAPPOINTED
similar effect done this way: get jar, cut open glow stick, put glow stuff into jar, add glitter. close jar, shake. Instant fairy lights
Fairy Light Jars: Buy glow sticks, cut off one end and pour into a jar. Seal with a lid and shake to coat the inside.
Faries in a jar. I will be trying this with wine bottles. Glow sticks cut open and dumped into a jar with glitter. What an inexpensive idea for summer lights on the patio.
Awesome list of fun glow stick ideas (with pictures)
This would be fun to make with the girls!
DIY Glow in the Dark Bubbles- how fun for Summer! Great for sensory play, art activities, and more!
Homemade Wax Seals.
Inside Outside Design: Mason Jar Magic
might be fun to do with the kids