Glowing Fairy Bottle

Glowing Fairy Bottle - A beautiful glittery, water-filled jar that illuminates and glows in the dark. A simple craft that mesmerizes both adults and children!

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What a strange autumn we’re having. The leaves turned colors really late this year, October has had temps in the mid-70’s. . . yet this weekend, there’s a possibility we’re going to see some snow. With weather as crazy as this, I don’t know how to dress the kids or myself!

So, this past weekend we decided to ditch the clothes for our Halloween costumes and ran around the house like a bunch of monkeys (okay, so it was just Friday night – not the whole weekend). Cora, our 4-year-old, was loving it because playing dress-up is one of her favorite things EVER right now. One of the costumes she adores at the moment is a fairy costume. Who am I kidding? She loves anything princess-like. The tiaras, the shoes, the bling, the never ending pink upon pink.

To go along with her “at-the-moment-fairy-love,” I planned a super fun Glowing Fairy Bottle craft this past week that I knew she would love.

Glowing Fairy Bottle - A beautiful glittery, water-filled jar that illuminates and glows in the dark. A simple craft that mesmerizes both adults and children!

Come on over to Melissa & Doug where I’m sharing all of the instructions and tips on making your own fairy bottle. . .that GLOWS!! Yep, you heard me right. It’s just super cool! You can use these bottles as night lights, calming jars or just for fun!

I’m including the list of materials you’ll need to make yours below, along with some links on where you can get some of the items if you’re curious.

For the full instructions, head on over to the Melissa & Doug blog! I’ll see you over there!

Glowing Fairy Bottle - A beautiful glittery, water-filled jar that illuminates and glows in the dark. A simple craft that mesmerizes both adults and children!

Comments

  1. Oh my how pretty I like the look of this a lot thinking of my granddaughters when I saw this

  2. From where do those adorable bottles come?

  3. Ninette says:

    Where did you buy the submersible LED light? I’ve been looking for those for a long time!

    • Hi Ninette, just click on the link for the LED lights in my materials list. It will take you right to where I purchased them!

  4. Love this cute magical idea

  5. Myesha johnson says:

    cute idea, cant wait to try it on a summer night!

  6. Is there something we can use other than the glycerin?

  7. Beautiful! Amazing idea. Was thinking about my little niece the whole time as i was reading it. Picturing how she would react to this amazing fairy bottle 🙂 Thanks for this Sara. I am definitely going to make this.

    P.S. Your daughter is looking so beautiful in the princess costume 🙂

  8. I also thinking my niece would love this. Sadly, I can’t find your post with instructions on the Melissa and Doug site. Do you have a direct link… if you’re able to post it? Thanks!

    • Hi Jen! Melissa and Doug just launched a brand new website! I hope you check it out! They’re still perfecting some things on their end. Thanks so much for letting me know! You should be able to access the instructions on their site now. Thanks again!

  9. I love this I wonna make this… But idk how to make this nu…😞 If u can send me those steps plz mail me thank u

  10. Nancy Hoskins says:

    There are no instructions on how to make this

  11. What are the ingredient? I can’t figure out what they are in the picture

  12. Where can I get the lit the led lights?

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