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We re-did a favorite of ours...DIY Lava Lamps. All you need is 4 ingredients! It's lots of fun to watch and the kids love it! Jugglingwithkids.com

Have you ever wanted to make a DIY Bubbly Lava Lamp? I know I have always wanted one, but never really purchased one? Are they expensive, do you know? Anywho, I totally want to try this DIY Lava lamp for my room decor.

The Crafted Sparrow: Summer Fun Project - DIY Lava Lamps Super Cool Cheap Easy And AWESOME for Decor!! Not a Food but You could Eat it :P

Summer Fun Project - DIY Lava Lamps

DIY Lava lamp! The basic idea is this: you mix 3 parts oil with one part water and ten or so drops of food coloring in a container with a tight fitting lid.

Next girls night I'm doing these DIY Lava lamp! The basic idea is this: you mix 3 parts oil with one part water and ten or so drops of food coloring in a container with a tight fitting lid.

FUN SCIENCE FOR KIDS- Make your own GLOW in the DARK lava lamp.  Kids will marvel at the amazing effects of this lamp, all while exploring the Science behind liquid densities.  TOO FUN! { No electricity or batteries required; just a few common household items }

Kid made glow in the dark lave lamp. This lava lamp is so fun to make and explores the Science behind liquid densities. TOO FUN! (How To Make Slime With Household Items)

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Galaxy Jar DIY Hold the Galaxy Glowing in your hands

Create a DIY Nebula or Galaxy jar , simple ingrediants for calming jar fun /www.mo A CAlmi g jar om/diy-nebula-jar-instructions/

This simple and cheap DIY lava lamp uses no heat and materials you can find in your kitchen or at your local grocery store

How to make a lava lamp for a more hypnotizing desk top

In just three simple steps, you can create a super groovy ambiance for your classroom with these DIY lava lamps.

DIY Lava Lamp Tutorial - Fun and Quick DIY Project Idea for Kids and Teens

DIY Lava Lamp

DIY Lava Lamp Tutorial - Fun and Quick DIY Project Idea for Kids and Teens (chrismas party food for teens)

Make your own lava lamp - Home made lava lamps. Fill half way up with oil, Then fill the rest of the way with water. Leave about an inch at the top. Now add 10 drops of food coloring. Break your Alka Seltzer into 4 pieces. and drop them in one piece at a time. Wait until the first piece stops bubbling before you drop in the next. If too many go in, you solution gets all cloudy

Make your own lava lamp - Home made lava lamps. Fill half way up with oil, Then…

how to make a nebula jar, sometimes called a Galaxy Jar, fun tutorial and great for kids calming

Galaxy Jar DIY Hold the Galaxy Glowing in your hands

definetly trying this at home  ps. use baby oil instead of glycerin, and cut small pieces of tinfoil if u dont have glitter (:

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Turn old toys in to DIY snow globes!DIY KIDS: Easy To Make! Would love to do this with my siblings and the kids I babysit!

How to Make a Lava Lamp Without Alka Seltzer

How to Make a Lava Lamp Without Alka Seltzer

Want to know how to make a lava lamp without Alka Seltzer tablets? I often don't have Alka Seltzer on hand - but always have this alternative!

Pirate Fairy Magic Kid Bottles!

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Fun Crafts for Kids to Make at Home - DIY Galaxy Slime Recipe and Tutorial

How to Make Glitter Galaxy Slime

How to Make Glitter Galaxy Slime - DIY Joy Fun Crafts for Kids to Make at Home - DIY Galaxy Slime Recipe and Tutorial Really want great tips concerning arts and crafts? Go to this fantastic site!

Fairies In a Jar DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. 2. Add diamond glitter 3. Seal the top with a lid. 4. Shake.

Fairies in a jar DIRECTIONS: Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter Seal the top with a lid. - Fairies in a jar DIRECTIONS: Cut a glow stick and.

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