Glow In The Dark Glass Stars - 1.5 Lb

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  • Add a glowing embellishement to any mosaic
  • Lovely pastel colors transform into glowing wonders with sunlight!
  • Gems measure approximately 1-1/4" diameter
  • Sold in two 12 oz package totaling 1-1/2 lbs

Product Description

Get a fun mix of Glowing Stars. Great for children's gifts, these colorful little gems will add glowing wonder to any project. Expose gems to direct sun to reveal their glowing power. Gems measure approximately 1-1/4" diameter. Contains two 12 oz packages for a total of 1-1/2 lbs.

Colors may vary slightly from image.

Delphi Tip: Charge gems in sunlight, white spectrum light (flourescent or UV lights), or with a camera flash. LED lights will not provide a charge.

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