They take about two minutes to make and cost only 20 cents a piece. How’s that for an enticing DIY project?
These would look amazing at any outdoor party. Line walkways with them, or place them on tables.


Step 1:

Grab two glow sticks and cut at one end. Make sure they are inside the jar when you cut them. I used rubber gloves because I didn’t want to get the glowing liquid on my hands.

<p>Hiya, </p><p>Question here:</p><p>If I'm right, the glowsticks only glow for so many hours, is there a way to make this so it lasts longer??</p>
<p>If glow sticks haven't changed since I was a kid, you can put them in the freezer to &quot;recharge&quot;; then they have another couple of hours of *glowiness* :)</p><p>But no, other than that you can't make them glow longer, because of the chemical reaction that runs within the sticks.</p>
<p>This was fun. I bought a 1 oz trial bottle, </p>
<p>One question how long do they last because the glow sticks glow runs out everntually</p>
These are so easy and pretty!
<p>Wow, these look fantastic!</p>

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