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Introduction: .

Step 1: Glow in the Dark

Put it in sunlight to charge. It should glow for about four or five hours after dark. You can put theses outside or in a room or something for decoration. Ps. This is my first instructable so leave a comment for improvements on my next one. Thanks!

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    9 Comments

    I was searching around for those really expensive glow in the dark rocks, and then I saw this and was like "OH DUH". Haha great instructable, thank you!

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    amiller71
    amiller71

    8 years ago

    We took the spray and spelled out out Granddaughters name on the white wall with cut out letters

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    Pie98
    Pie98

    8 years ago

    Awesome Blossom.

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    122717
    122717

    8 years ago

    The glow in the dark paint is clear, so as long as whatever you are painting is a light color you should be fine putting it straight on.

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    yogagoddess08
    yogagoddess08

    8 years ago on Step 1

    Great idea! I have been wanting to do this on an area my husband redid with pavers, rocks and sand:))

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    poofrabbit
    poofrabbit

    8 years ago on Introduction

    You could take large rocks or small rocks and make some sort of symbol then put it in you yard so it glows at night, might freak a neighbor out from a second story window, lol

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    122717
    122717

    8 years ago

    :)

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    nerfrocketeer
    nerfrocketeer

    8 years ago

    Awesome!!!

    I so am going to try this and leave them randomly in my yard! We'll see what the neighbors think! ;)

    "Everyone! Look: aliens!!!"

    XD