DIY Glow Jars Tutorial For each glow jar you will need: a jar two Glow Sticks scissors rubber gloves safety glasses Disclaimer: This is a project meant to be done by an adult – not a child! Purchase Glow Sticks and dig a jar out of your cupboard.
Better than just a plain candle light, I have done this with a nail and a hammer :) It does turn out this pretty (if you don't bend up the can by hitting it with the hammer.Woops) Can use tap light with kids instead of candles.
A water balloon with a glow stick on the inside, in a stocking, hung from trees, patio cover, or the ceiling. Same pin elsewhere said: "Put a glow ball in a white stocking and hang many from trees or the ceiling." But what are glow balls?
- large wine glasses - tea light inserts - tea lights - sand - seashells First fill the glass about full with sand. Arrange the seashells onto the sand as you please. Place the tea light in the insert and then hang on to the glass rim.
Easy Halloween Lights - and a great project for kids too! A glass jar, some gauze & those 'googly eyes' (bought at a craft store) are all you need to make these cute Halloween jars to dress up your table & corners of your home in honor of the spookfest.
Photo monogram Letter Spray paint wooden letter, print black and white photos on regular copy paper and use mod podge to glue them on and then brush mod podge over the entire thing. I love my MOD PODGE!
Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off and they look like giant marbles. fengshit: Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off and they look like giant marbles.