Try This Stunning DIY Galaxy Glow Jar : Fun Craft ideas For Kids

DIY Galaxy Glow Jar fairy crafts for kids

Want to make the coolest light ever? Check out this super easy DIY weekend project to turn a regular old mason jar into a glow in the dark fairy light. Glow jars are a great addition to any party. You can also use them as decoration in your bedroom.

Mason jars are sturdy glass jars that are often used for canning and other household purposes. But they are actually much more versatile than you expect. There are a lot of creative ways to repurpose mason jars into something to decorate your home. One of the most popular ways would be using them as luminaries.

This cool glow in the dark craft is a neat project idea for kids and teens, but we have to admit that adults find glow in the dark fairies to be mesmerizing as well. These fairy glow jars are much fun for after dark outdoors ideas, but they also make great DIY room decor for kids rooms or dorm decor (meaning they are great crafts for teens to make, too).

These galaxy glow in the dark jars look stunning with the galaxy-like effect. They are easy and inexpensive to make. 

These DIY fairy glow jars are much fun for after dark outdoors ideas, but they also make great DIY home decor for kids rooms or dorm decor.

Check This DIY Galaxy Jar Tutorial

DIY Galaxy Glow Jar fairy crafts for kids
If you’ve got kids you know that sometimes the dark can get quite scary for them. To help ease them to sleep at night, make sure they have a night light. This is a neat way to make your own glow in the dark night light in whatever color they prefer!

Hope you enjoyed this quick and easy DIY Galaxy Glow Jar Tutorial.

Fairy Jars use glow-in-the-dark paint to create unusual and beautiful phosphorescent glow lamps for the home and garden. You can paint whatever pattern you like, although many people opt for dots that resemble fireflies.
Warning: The Glowing material has chemicals so do not let your children play with them on their own or during the process of making these.

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