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First, take a look at the plan for the project below. You might not see what meterials are used where, but that's not a problem. To build this project...
Clean the jar, the lid and the eyedropper firmly with normal dishwash so it's not greasy. Make sure there is no soap left afterwards.
You will want to remove the label(s) from the jar so you can clearly see into it. Do this easily by scrubbing it with a rough brush under warm water.
Hammer the big nail thruough the lid on a hard surface, then pull it out. Check with the straw if it fits through the hole. Be careful not to bend the...
Now we are gonnamake a little hoop that you can try to get the beads into. cut out a rhombus-like shape (see the picture), and fold it down the middle...
Apply hot glue around one edge. Think before you glue! Imagine how it's gonna be placed so you can figure out where to put the glue. Then, carefully s...
Cut the tulle in a square (or circle if you want) that is minimum 6 centimeters bigger than the opening of the jar, all the way around. Then cut out...
You have to keep the beads above the level wich the straw will reach so they wont get stuck and you'll have to turn it around. Place the jar with the ...
This whole step has to happen a little quickly, as you have to act before the glue dries. First, fold down the edges of the tulle around the jar and ...
The time has come to fill it with water! Pour the water into the little hole in the lid and let it fill up completely. If you see any leaks, try and f...
Cut the straw and eyedropper as on the picture. the two smallest parts go together and halfway into the hole in the lid. Put hot glue around one end o...
The last thing you have to do is to add duct tape around the whole lid part. This should make sure that there are no lack of water, and give a cleaner...
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