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  • Elaine Johnston

    DIY glowing chalk,,, my other pin shows how to make the glow water

  • Jessica Bornhorst

    Glowing Chalk DIY

  • Annika

    How to make chalk that glows. Glowing chalk (Growing a Jeweled Rose)

  • Carly Glover

    glow chalk - Soak chalk in glow water (highlighter-soaked water) for several days. Glows under a black light.

  • Courtney Travis

    Glowing Chalk Craft #ArtsAndCrafts #KidsCrafts #Crafts #DIY #GlowInTheDark #Chalks #Summer

  • Julia Scales

    homemade glowing chalk play for kids DIY I HAVE to make this.

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The first straw was set aside; it required no cutting. The second straw was lined up against the ruler and 2 centimeters were cut off the bottom. It was laid next to the uncut straw. The next straw, 2 more centimeter (i.e. 4 centimeters) was cut off. This process continued until 8 straws had been cut.