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Ashley LeMieux
Ashley LeMieux • 3 years ago

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

  • Emily McCormick
    Emily McCormick • 37 weeks ago

    I was wondering the same thing Jane!

  • Missy Wenderoth
    Missy Wenderoth • 36 weeks ago

    Just tried this. You need to use a big thick glow stick. The skinny ones do not work well.

  • Maaike
    Maaike • 33 weeks ago

    I am goning to try this with 16 little ones is it goning to work? Otherwise i am goning to buy more or a bigger one

  • Nelson Affiliates
    Nelson Affiliates • 33 weeks ago

    I tried it with the small glow sticks ... it worked the first time but it rained and washed all the glow down to the bottom ( I live in the desert so I didn't expect that) then I tried it again with another small glow stick.. it didn't work at all.

  • Cheryl Demers
    Cheryl Demers • 20 weeks ago

    My granddaughter and I tried it with a 6" glow stick containing 9.5ml liquid and regular metallic glitter, approx. half of an 0.12 oz vial. She was very happy with the result.

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