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    • Samantha Riley

      Kids in the Kitchen: Glow in the Dark Food, How awesome would this be for a Halloween party? (Don't worry, it's just tonic water, not some scary chemical.) I also love the giant bubble idea that is on the same page. Might be fun for outdoor fun day.

    • Sallie McGrath

      Kids in the Kitchen: Glow in the Dark Food, Magic Colors, and Giant Bubbles! | Our Best BitesOur Best Bites Glowing JELLO - add a little tonic water instead of all water - need a black light to see it glow

    • ~ Chantale ~

      Halloween party, new year's eve party or kids party ... Glow in the dark jello? Just add tonic water and black light and it glows!

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