Holy moly, we are soooo doing this for Halloween. Find cheap candlesticks at garage sales, or use the 40% off Hobby Lobby coupon and buy them that way if they're not on sale, use glass ornaments and her method for "smoke-ifying" them, print creepy image on transparency, marry them all together!
31. 3.3 grams of very clear yellow Chiapas amber. This is the fabled Chiapas amber from the Mayan mines in Chiapas, Mexico. It is fairly difficult to get a hold of and is highly prized for its impressive color and transparency. This is real color, not like altered Baltic amber. This is quite a find and not seen often!
E-6000®. -Hot glue is great for decorative and jewelry projects, but it isn’t the most durable or adhesive glue out there. If it gets too hot, it will weaken again. You can find extra-strength hot glue at some craft stores, but hot glue isn’t the answer to all of your adhesive prayers (looking to stick some glass to some metal? How about some plastic to some wood? Try E-6000 instead).
Colour change when viewed from front and side. The third axis can be pale blue, pale yellow or clear. Some say it loses its pleochroism (the colour changing nature) if it is heat treated. First found in 1967, and still only found in one place in the world - in a fairly small area of Tanzania.
75 places so colorful it’s hard to believe they’re real [pics]