Oh my, those are BRILLIANT! They look AMAZING under that light. Gorgeous.Thank you for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!!Maggy & Alissa
Very cool! I love how you made them glow :)
love this post!!!!
Stopping by from TGIF Linky. I had to check out your post I LOVE jellyfish. Touch moon jellies? Oh I am so jealous. Our aquarium has them but you do NOT get to touch them. What a unique experience. I have to say the final product with the black light on is quite impressive. Thanks for sharing.
WOW! I love how they glow under that black light! I've done several jellyfish crafts with my kids over the years, but I've never used easter grass. Love it! I will definitely try to use that next time. Hope it's not too late for me to find it in the stores! Thanks for sharing! Stopping by from TGIF...
WOW! I love this jellyfish forest idea, definitely going to attempt making this during our ocean theme. Stopping by from TGIF! You've been pinned.Bekah @SonshineTotSchool.blogspot.com
So glad you linked this up while commenting on our Moonjelly posts!! Your egg carton jellies are awesome and LOVE how you made a glow in the dark sensory/ play bin to go along with them. Very creative!!
I recently saw where some of the Anthropology stores had underwater displays in their windows (in conjuction with saving the coral reefs) and one of the most amazing to me was one that had faux jelly fish incorporated. I think using Easter grass for tentacles was genius! Love the black light aspect also.