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Ocean-In-A-Bottle


You Will Need:


• Clean, dry baby food jar with lid
• Baby Oil
• Water
• Blue food coloring
• Tablespoon
• Glitter
• Small Shells or confetti
• Colored duct tape


STEP 1 - Remove lid from baby food jar and set aside. Fill jar ½ way with water.


STEP 2 - Drop several drops of blue food coloring into the water and stir until blended.


STEP 3 - Using a tablespoon, spoon in glitter, shells and /or confetti into the jar and blue water.


STEP 4 - Fill the remainder of the jar with baby oil. Replace lid and seal.


STEP 5 - To prevent leakage, wrap a piece of colored duct tape around the lid to secure it.


Gently move your jar to create waves and a real "sparkly" ocean like effect.



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