How to Grow Crystals with Borax and boiling water

How to make crystals the easy way.

OK you guys, I think I've fallen in love with another kids activity. These crystal stars are awesome! Any activity where I get to make something beautiful from bright rainbow colours, and I'm totally on board!

How to Make Crystal Stars

OK you guys, I think I've fallen in love with another kids activity. These crystal stars are awesome! Any activity where I get to make something beautiful from bright rainbow colours, and I'm totally on board!

Learn how to make Crystals with Polymer Clay - LifeAnnStyle DIY Sparkly Geode Crystals w/ Polymer Clay  | LifeAnnStyle.com

Learn how to make Crystals with Polymer Clay - LifeAnnStyle DIY Sparkly Geode Crystals w/ Polymer Clay | LifeAnnStyle.com

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DIY Borax Crystals - frame them, glue them on top of a wood jewelry box, grow a collection for the mantle, or just make them with the kids for fun!

DIY Borax Crystals - frame them, glue them on top of a wood jewelry box, grow a collection for the mantle, or just make them with the kids for fun!

Easy and affordable DIY Rose Quartz crystals you can make in about 6 hours with Borax, boiling water, pipe cleaners and food coloring.

Easy and affordable DIY Rose Quartz crystals you can make in about 6 hours with Borax, boiling water, pipe cleaners and food coloring.

This project uses hot tap water, not boiling water, so it's safer for young crystal growers. Place the crystal solution in the refrigerator and get sparkly needle-like crystals within a few minutes to a few hours. It's that easy!        1/2 cup Epsom salt      1/2 cup hot tap water      food coloring (optional)  instructions here:  http://chemistry.about.com/od/crystalrecipes/ht/cupofcrystals.htm

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This project uses hot tap water, not boiling water, so it's safer for young crystal growers. Place the crystal solution in the refrigerator and get sparkly needle-like crystals within a few minutes to a few hours. It's that easy! 1/2 cup Epsom salt 1/2 cup hot tap water food coloring (optional) instructions here: http://chemistry.about.com/od/crystalrecipes/ht/cupofcrystals.htm

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