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"With a cocktail in one hand and a wand in the other I can rule the world." ~ I want a magic wand! I've already got the cocktail/wine covered. Lol

Clever "magic wand" tutorial>> they're not exactly harry potter wands because let's be honest, they look nothing like this and there are other tutorials that make them look more like hp wands; however, these would still be cool to make with the kids.

Bismuth is a brittle metal with a white, silver-pink hue, often occurring in its native form with an iridescent oxide tarnish showing many colors from yellow to blue. The spiral stair stepped structure of a bismuth crystal is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges.

Bismuth crystal illustrating the many iridescent refraction hues of its oxide surface (Alchemist-hp + Richard Bartz / Wikimedia Commons). Bismuth is the heaviest nonradioactive element and is.

How to Grow Your Own Crystals - A BEAUTIFUL MESS

A fun Easter craft, unique basket filler, or pretty decoration -- DIY Eggshell Geodes. Thanks, Emma of A Beautiful Mess for sharing her cool kitchen experiment.

How to grow your own crystal necklace DIY with alum salt. Make crystals at home. This also works as a great science project for children or a cute original gift for a friend. Click through for the full tutorial / DIY including a printable step-by-step checklist.

How to grow your own crystal necklace DIY with alum salt. Make crystals at home. This also works as a great science project for children or a cute original gift for a friend. Click through for the full tutorial / DIY including a printable step-by-step che

Grow your own crystals overnight with only one ingredient! This is a fun project to do with the kids. We used is in our homeschool classroom to teach science. I go over the science behind this in the post as well! realfoodrn.com #homeschoolscience #diycrystals

Grow your own crystals overnight with only one ingredient! This is a fun project to do with the kids. The science behind this in the post as well!