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DIY: Galaxy Jars

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DIY: Galaxy Jars

Image by Sarah Baker.

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Sarah Baker

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What you need:

  • Mason Jar (with lid)
  • Water
  • Bottle of liquid glue, like of the Elmers brand
  • Glitter (variety of colors, wet or dry)
  • Stick, knife or spoon to stir with

Instructions

  1. Heat some water to boiling point.
  2. Remove lids from the mason jar and fill the jar three quarters of the way full with the hot water.
  3. Remove the lid from the liquid glue bottle and empty the whole container into the mason jar.
  4. Stir the glue and hot water until glue is mixed throughout.
  5. Add the glitter of your choice.
  6. Replace the lid onto the Mason jar. Be sure the lid is on securely.
  7. Shake the jar until all of the glitter is mixed throughout.
  8. Enjoy your new galaxy jar.
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