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  • Patricia Djimos McClelland

    Mason Jar use...Great for evening summer parties or camping! Cut a glow stick open, pour it in water! DIY nightlight!

  • Samantha Sharlow

    Pour water into a mason jar and add a glow stick. Place jars around pools, patios, or sidewalks during you next late night get together. Awesome as a night light!

  • Donna Leggett Moses

    Glowstick Lanterns Pour water into a mason jar and add a glow stick. Place jars around pools, patios, or sidewalks during you next late night get together. Source.

  • Cherie Boucher-Esmeier

    Pour water into a mason jar and add a glow stick. Place jars around pools, patios, or sidewalks during you next late night get together. This would be good for summer parties!

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  • Kari Burke

    They look So cool, especially for a nighttime reception!

88. Pour water into a mason jar and add a glow stick. Place jars around pools, patios, or sidewalks during you next late night get together. Source.

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One for the patio?

How To Make Fairies In A Jar This is something everyone will love! Just imagine the look on your childs face when they see this. FAIRIES IN A JAR DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. 2. Add diamond glitter 3. Seal the top 4. Shake hard This is something they will never forget so its worth a little work on this one.

DIY Glow in the Dark Bubbles! Cut open glow sticks & pour them into bubble solution.

Doing this!! Night time bowling

Cut open glow sticks & pour them into bubble solution. Glow in the dark bubbles.

  • Janine Bush

    this has circulated a few times. It's been found this is not only unsafe, but also doesn't even work. Sorry to burst your bubble... pun intended.

  • Sophie Ladefoged

    Um wow, that's a major health hazard RIGHT there! Never open a glow stick, it's really toxic! Jeez, don't play with chemistry if you don't know what can happen.