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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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DIY Glow Jars Tutorial - room or outdoor decor. These would look amazing at an evening outdoor party. Line walkways with them, or place them on tables.

  • 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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Live & Love Glow in the Dark Print by 55 Hi’s.

Open up glow sticks and pour the liquid into jars.... would make for sweet event decorations.

Potential Tinkerbell inspired centerpiece. Every table/selected portions of a table should represent a different princess.

glow stick lantern, take a glow stick, cut it and pour the liquid into a jar! Adorable!

oh wow, glow sticks AND water beads -- a whole new world!!!

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.

cut open glow sticks and pour them out. They last longer if you have a lid on the jar.

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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.

Glow stick jar I tried this myself, and it actually works. Don't add water though, because it ruins it.

  • DropDeadBelles

    My kids busted one while spinning it around and it covered several kids and my walls. Toddlers eyes and mouth were spattered with it. I cakes poison control,fire department and children's hospital. Turns out its non toxic and wipes off with water. My son only cried when I flushed his eyes and mouth with water in a panic. Only to learn we were all okay! Still breathing

  • Laura Fisher

    I have had it in my eye! It is terribly painful but I called poison control and was told its non toxic. And that it happens all the time. It was okay after about 10 minutes but it HURT until then. It sure felt toxic.

  • Daily Skip

    I used to cut them open and swing them around really hard and they look like pretty stars everywhere. Only do this outside cause it's oily and can ruin stuff.

  • Heather Hughey

    Deborah Hughey

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