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    Fairies in a jar DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top with a lid. 3. Shake

    DIY: Fairy Glow Jars

    Whaaaaat???? Jar of water, cut glow stick (dump contents of glow stick into water), add glitter, put on lid, shake...

    DIY Stocking Lights: all it is are balloons filled with water and a snapped glow light inside the water balloon. Then put a water/glowing balloon in a stocking and hang...kind of pretty and kind of creepy

    DIY Glitter Magnets

    How to Make Glow in the Dark Paint: 9 Steps - wikiHow

    This website is totally amazing. SOOOO many ideas for DYI projects

    Awesome list of fun glow stick ideas with pictures!! ) Who knew there were so many fun things to do with them!

    Love these decoupaged crates!

    Homemade snow globes - make the main feature out of anything, clay, necklace etc, the bicycle showed earlier on, and glue it to the inside of the lid, fill a empty jam jar with water and glitter and glue the lid and jar together with a glue gun!! Perfect!!

    Fun kids room nightlight diy (christmas lights poked through a canvas).

    How to make a bow with a potato masher. Goes with directions on "How to Make a Little Bow With a Fork"

    Finally a recipe for glow water that is safe -- even edible! It's super easy to make (no staining!) and is affordable to boot! Safe for ev...

    Once the blob is sealed, add a little water on top for the kids to splash on and let the fun begin!

    Crochet around a rope light to create a light-up rug. | 46 Awesome String-Light DIYs For Any Occasion

    undiscovered galaxies by luca gerda lászló, via Flickr

    Might be fun...

    How to cut glass with yarn and fingernail polish remover

    Lavender cloud dough is therapeutic and helps soothe, calm, and relax little ones. It is AMAZING the effect this cloud dough has on chilling out my kids and refocusing their energies in positive ways. {Great for time out, just before bed time, and anytime you need to calm kids down}