How to make crystal egg geodes (or diamonds in a lid) - Magical Daydream: grow your own crystal egg geode in an eggshell with alum, fun DIY, craft or science project for children. Including a free printable checklist in blogpost
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How to grow your own crystal necklace DIY with alum salt. Make crystals at home. This also works as a great science project for children or a cute original gift for a friend. Click through for the full tutorial / DIY including a printable step-by-step checklist.
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
How to make crystal egg geodes (or diamonds in a lid
Apparently a critical thing is to NOT stir it. The goal is to create a fluid with a lot of suspended alum. If you stir it, it will dissolve and you will get much smaller crystals due to the lack of suspended alum.
Grow your own crystals overnight with only one ingredient! This is a fun project to do with the kids. We used is in our homeschool classroom to teach science. I go over the science behind this in the post as well! realfoodrn.com #homeschoolscience #diycrystals