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  • Eva F

    DIY Jellyfish Things you need to make your own jellyfish (Hope you can find all these in your kitchen) : 1. A transparent plastic grocery bag 2. A plastic water bottles. 3. Thread 4. Food coloring 5. Scissors

  • Stephanie Morris

    Jellyfish in a bottle craft for kids to celebrate EARTH DAY --just need: 1. A transparent plastic grocery bag 2. A plastic water bottle. 3. Thread 4. Blue Food coloring 5. Scissors

  • Berisha Johnson Etheridge

    Homemade pet jellyfish. Awesome! Things you need to make your own jellyfish (Hope you can find all these in your kitchen) : 1. A transparent plastic grocery bag 2. A plastic water bottles. 3. Thread 4. Food coloring 5. Scissors

  • Not Me

    Homemade pet jelly fish. Put some water into the head part (plastic bag tied with string) to make it be able to sink. You must leave some air inside to make be able to float up (see picture 8). • Fill up your water bottle (see picture 9). • Put your jellyfish in the bottle with a few drops of food coloring. Screw in the cap and that’s all

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