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Firefly lights brighten any summer night. Now you can capture the glow without the fuss of catching and releasing our endangered friends!WARNING: This craft is not recommended for children younger than 8 years old. For younger children, substitute the "glass jar" with a clear plastic container
First, prepare your jar. Wash and rinse with water, then dry both the inside and outside of the glass with a clean cloth. Make sure there’s no moisture on any part of the surface.
Next, shape your Silly Putty into two shapes: bug wings and bug bodies. Press the bug bodies onto the sides of the jar, either inside or outside. Then, stick the wings to the left and right of each bug body.
Charge your Glow Jar, either by placing in natural sunlight or by using a flashlight. Now you’ve got a decorative light for a backyard BBQ or fort!
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