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st. patrick's day discovery bottle

To make this bottle you will need glue (I used green glitter glue),water, and little things to put in.

First put a bottle of glue in a bottle then add some water(we used one bottle of glue and half cup of water) and gems. Once done you can play a game of ispy and have your kids find the gems you put in the bottle. 
I put a shamrock necklace in ours. It was cool to shake up the bottle and see the shamrocks float around.


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