Tried multiple glow in the dark activities for my daughter's bday. This was the winner by far. We sprinkled it on the ground for a magical path! 5 stars! Glow in the dark bubbles that is on the market-- a flop, along with the fairy dust jars all over Pinterest :(
My version of Fairies in a Jar.. Materials Needed- Mason Jar with lid, 1 glow stick, 1TBS of Diamond Dust, 3" long by 1/2"-1" wide piece of tulling, glue or spray adhesive.... 1) I took my spray adhesive and sprayed a small amount on the lid and centered the tulling and let dry 2) I cracked and crushed as much of the glass tubing in the glow stick then cut and poured into the jar 3) Added my tablespoon of diamond dust 4) Sealed the jar and shook... The tulling helps give the floating effec...
The fairy dust bottles were carefully displayed in a bell jar, to be handed out by an adult at the end of the party, for the girls to take home and use as a decoration in their room.
A colorful twist on the pixie dust in a jar idea...
fairy dust in a jar
So doing this!!! I can't wait:):) Fairies in a jar for the little girl afraid of the dark 1. Cut glow stick empty it in to a jar 2. Add diamond dust glitter 3. Put lid on jar and shake
such a random cute idea!!:) glitter in a jar for Fairy Dust!
Sounds like a great party idea for older kids! 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. (fairy dust glitter found at Joanns Fabrics) Be sure to read the warning on the back of the glowstick package. The ones I used were nontoxic but will stain clothes. Also, I used glowstick necklaces with the thought that it would be easier to cut than a thick glow stick. craft-ideas