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    • Jax

      table centerpiece Glow In the Dark Mason Jars Aka "Fairies" This is the insides from a glow stick. I have also seen glitter added. These can glow for up to 6 hours.

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    • Margie Taylor

      stfu!!!!!!!!!! Graduation party idea for evening table centerpiece Glow In the Dark Mason Jars Aka "Fairies" This is the insides from a glowstick. I have also seen glitter added. These can glow for up to 6 hours, What a great idea for an outdoor party that is at night time. It Would be a great thing to do with the kids on a dark summer night too:)

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