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    • Virginia Thommes Nowitzki

      DIY glowing jars using glow in the dark paint. This might make a nice night light, that gradually fades as the night wears on

    • Solimar

      Glowing jars! - I am so making these with the kids! Use glow in the dark paint to paint dots on the inside of the jars and let dry. Recharge in light.

    • Terri Hodgson-Ward

      All this is... is glow in the dark paint painted in a mason jar... easy to do!.......glow in the dark lanterns...leave in the sun all day and they're nightlights at night.

    • Kimberly Cox

      Glowing jar project--my kids would love this. All you need is glow in the dark paint. Dot it on the inside of the jar and hold it to the light. How awesome is that?!?

    • Shelly Van Dan

      glowing jars. mason jars + glow in the dark paint! a little light and voila~ a jar full of stars. <3 <3 <3

    • DANI

      Glowing Jars - Would Great On the Deck! Mason jars Painted with glow in the dark paint. Poliglow paint neon-green and turquoise

    • Cheryl Ballard

      Night Lights .... Glowing jar project... Splatter inside of jar with glow in the dark paint.

    • Yvette Champness

      Glowing Jars - Easier than I thought, it's just glow in the dark paint on a mason jar.

    • Lythia Andrade

      Glowing Jars (nightlights, "firefly" jars, magic!)

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    All you need to create these fantastic looking night lanterns is some jars, glow stick and diamond glitter. The process is as easy as it can be – open the jar, shake the content of the glow stick into it and add the diamond glitter. Close the top of the jar with a lid and shake it well. Enjoy a romantic backyard dinner under the light of the “Fireflies” in the jars!

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