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I used a hardwood charcoal black powder with a small amount of zinc powder and mixed it with rubbing alcohol and left it to dry overnight in a small ceramic muffin tin, the resulting disc of black powder was then broken into small chunks. These were the "flares" that i used. Look up firework stars to get a better idea of this.The hardwood charcoal makes the black powder burn slower with bright orange sparks and the zinc adds some white sparks to flame.
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