Make your own jellyfish in a bottle.

~ Note for Thai fans ~
เป็นโพสเก่าที่มีแฟนบล๊อกจากต่างประเทศขอมาให้เขียนเป็นภาษาอังกฤษนะคะ

ส่วนแฟนบล็อกที่ยังไม่เคยอ่านเรื่องนี้เลย ฉบับภาษาไทยดูที่นี่ค่ะ

The other day, while I was thinking to get something to put in the water bottle for Bhoom to shake for fun. I saw a plastic grocery bag next to me and then this idea popped up. I think.. well, give it a try.

With some trials and errors, my little jellyfish comes alive just like I thought it would be. : ) When daddy and son first saw it, they’re surprised with their jaws wide open. Then, I asked my hubby to take pictures for this DIY Jellyfish in a bottle.

Things you need to make your own jellyfish (Hope you can find all these in your kitchen) :

1. A transparent plastic grocery bag
2. A plastic water bottles.
3. Thread
4. Food coloring
5. ScissorsInstruction:
• Flatten the bag and cut off the handle and the bottom part (see picture 1)
• Cut along both sides (see picture 2) to split into 2 plastic sheets – by the way, we only use just one of them.
• From the center of the plastic sheet, fold it like a tiny balloon to make the head part and tie it with the thread – not too tight (see picture 3). You must leave a little hole in order to pour some water in the head part (see picture 7-8).

• Now you’ll get the head balloon part and the remaining will be its tentacles. Cut from the edge up to the head part roughly. You’ll get for about 8-10 tentacles (see picture 4).
• For each of them, cut again into 3-4 small strings (see picture 5) – and just cut off the remaining part.
• Trim to make random long and short tentacles (see picture 6)

When finished, you’ll get something like this (the left pile is all the pieces we cut off)• Put some water into the head part to make it be able to sink (see picture 7). You must leave some air inside to make be able to float up (see picture 8).
• Fill up your water bottle (see picture 9).
• Put your jellyfish in the bottle with a few drops of blue food coloring. Screw in the cap and that’s all. : )

** Don’t forget to make sure the cap is properly closed and tight before give it to children ** How to play: Just let the kids turn it upside down – they’ll be surprised to see it moves every time they turn the bottle. And they’ll try to confuse this little jellyfish by turning the bottle back and forth very fast – well, my boy did . : )

For young kids like Bhoom, this will help him exercise his hand and arm muscles when he flips, rotates or turns the bottle. They can also learn about the relationship between the direction of bottle and the movement of the jellyfish. For older kids, you can ask them questions about why the jellyfish always floats up to the water surface and what is the differences between the real jellyfish and the one in the bottle.You can make a few extra bottles for your child’s friends. Trust me! They’ll have much more laugh and fun playing together. : )

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296 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Marquett Hammack
    Sep 10, 2011 @ 01:25:53

    Thank you Suchada! I love the idea, and since we have a field trip to Sea World coming up this is the perfect quick activity. So happy you translated it for us. Thanks again! :)

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  2. Amy A @ CCS
    Sep 10, 2011 @ 13:12:48

    This is AMAZING! I cannot wait to try this out. You are super creative, what a gift for your child!

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  3. Angelique Felix
    Sep 11, 2011 @ 00:50:36

    very cool! I will post it right away in my community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/angeliquefelixcom

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  4. Julie
    Sep 11, 2011 @ 14:19:48

    Thank you for putting this in English! Can’t wait to use this in my classroom. I’m so excited!

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  5. แม่น้องปั้นสิบ
    Sep 11, 2011 @ 22:00:28

    Thanks ka P’Lek, I always think that many of your actives are very interesting to English readers as well. So if you have time to translate other activities it will be great too!! So I can share your blog to my friends who can’t read Thai too ka ^_^

    Reply

  6. Kerry Brenner Stalker
    Sep 12, 2011 @ 05:04:42

    This is great. How creative? Just what I needed for my science center. Thanks so much.

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  7. Sam
    Sep 13, 2011 @ 09:54:23

    Do you have to seal off the little head after you leave some air?

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    • bhoomplay
      Sep 13, 2011 @ 21:34:26

      Hi Sam,
      I didn’t seal off the head part. Some of the air is still in the head part when I push it in the bottle. I can’t tell exactly how much water I pour in (I guess 80% approx. and leave 20% for air). Once you can get it in the bottle, the air will never leak out. : )

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  8. Amber
    Sep 13, 2011 @ 21:06:18

    Yes, I am wondering about sealing off the head too.

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  9. Lindsey
    Sep 14, 2011 @ 00:38:22

    This is amazing! I saw this on Pinterest and I just thought it was the most creative idea ever. I am in charge of 8 year olds in cub scouts and I think that even they would enjoy it…..i sure did!

    Thanks!

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  10. Amanda Formaro
    Sep 15, 2011 @ 07:50:30

    Just stopping by to let you know that I have featured your project on Fun Family Crafts today! You can see it here

    http://funfamilycrafts.com/jellyfish-in-a-bottle/

    If you have other kid friendly crafts, I’d love it if you would submit them :) If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above.

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    • bhoomplay
      Sep 17, 2011 @ 20:28:58

      Thank you very much, Amanda. : )

      I’m planning to translate other DIY toys posts in the near future too. I will let you know when each is done. However, you can subscribe the blog to get notification when new post is published. : )

      Reply

  11. Noor
    Sep 15, 2011 @ 20:21:20

    I thought this was so cool, so i made the jelly-fish today.

    I’ve just got one problem: there are little air bubbles between the “legs” of the jelly-fish and it just cuddles up at the top of the bottle now. Did this happen to you to? If so, how did you solve this :o

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  12. Nicolette
    Sep 16, 2011 @ 09:13:43

    What a fun idea. We have doing as ocean theme next week. Can’t wait to try this with my daughter. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. boo
    Sep 17, 2011 @ 04:05:42

    Thanks for sharing. We made these today. http://blog.booturtle.com/2011/09/jellyfish-in-bottle.html

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    • bhoomplay
      Sep 17, 2011 @ 20:35:33

      Wowww.. Boo. Thank you very much for sharing your link with me and so good to know that the kids found it interesting. Nice pictures. Love the water color too!

      Reply

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  15. Carron Hefner
    Sep 20, 2011 @ 03:11:32

    This was great! thanks for sharing it with the whole world :)

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  16. Alexandra Beech
    Sep 22, 2011 @ 02:59:39

    This is a wonderful idea. thank you so much

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  17. amber
    Sep 25, 2011 @ 20:35:41

    Neat idea! I shared on fb, and tweeted it out~ very creative easy fun!

    Reply

  18. whitneybaugh
    Sep 26, 2011 @ 00:29:31

    This is awesome. We are so going to do this soon!

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  19. virginia
    Sep 29, 2011 @ 13:14:41

    Genial!!!!, super genial!!!!

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  20. Holly
    Sep 29, 2011 @ 17:24:22

    What a wonderful idea! My son loves the jellyfish at at the Boston aquarium, so we definitely will try this!

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  21. asherjasper
    Sep 29, 2011 @ 21:37:38

    fantastic! I am so trying this today :)

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  22. Karen in PA
    Sep 29, 2011 @ 21:58:58

    Wonderful!! And thank you for the translation.

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  23. mel mccarthy
    Sep 30, 2011 @ 01:28:07

    Amazing! I can’t believe how beautiful the jellyfish are.

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  24. Karina Racz
    Sep 30, 2011 @ 10:52:06

    This is a fantastic idea! And it perfectly illustrates how plastic bags in the ocean look like jellyfish to sea turtles who, unfortunately, gobble them up. Thank you for posting this brilliant craft idea — I am looking forward to trying it with my son and his friends!

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  25. Cathy
    Sep 30, 2011 @ 12:00:26

    Thanks for a great idea! I’m posting it on my blog. Hope that’s okay.

    Reply

  26. Danielle
    Oct 01, 2011 @ 20:55:38

    We will be making them this weekend! Hope they turn out like yours. Thank you for a great idea.

    Reply

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  28. Amanda
    Oct 03, 2011 @ 23:36:13

    Congratulations! Your project made it to the top 5 most clicked on crafts for the month of September at Fun Family Crafts! http://funfamilycrafts.com/september-2011-top-posts/

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  29. aiguillescrayons
    Oct 12, 2011 @ 21:42:14

    merci!!
    je vais essayer avec mes élèves…

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  30. Emilia Karin
    Oct 14, 2011 @ 14:43:27

    Too cute! Definitely will do it with my preschool class when we’re studying about sea animals :)

    I have a quick question: After you put the water in, do you tie it up tight or leave it sort of open? Thanks!

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  33. Gisele
    Oct 21, 2011 @ 08:17:10

    Thanks for sharing! What a great idea!

    Reply

  34. Shelley Noble
    Oct 22, 2011 @ 13:57:42

    Marvelous idea, well done!

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  35. jillscreativeendeavors
    Oct 23, 2011 @ 08:02:54

    This is great! Definately going to try this- I’m even thinking with my Girl Scouts for our water project!

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  36. laura
    Oct 27, 2011 @ 11:28:14

    Tried this yesterday with the kids (aged 2 & 4) had an absolute blast, thanks so much for the great idea.

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  38. Heather
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 01:16:18

    Thank you so much for posting this! My DD is doing a report on jellyfish & we’re adding this visual to her presentation. How clever!! :D

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  39. Kristina
    Oct 29, 2011 @ 03:50:33

    We did this today and loved it. So much fun and it look so neat. Thanks You for the great project.

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  40. Alexandra
    Nov 08, 2011 @ 03:39:37

    Terrific! I love the boy’s expression with their new toy – sweet children. I will be trying this craft with my daughter.

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  41. heather aka NiftyKnits
    Nov 08, 2011 @ 16:23:05

    this is amazing!

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  42. Jane
    Nov 09, 2011 @ 05:24:49

    I just think this is adorable and am sharing the link with all my friends who have kids :)

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  44. mummyfrommuar
    Nov 18, 2011 @ 17:08:32

    this is cute !!! Thanks for the idea …

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  47. kristin
    Nov 29, 2011 @ 09:46:34

    i. can’t. wait. to. do. this. in. the. morning!!!

    thank you!!

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  48. ML
    Dec 02, 2011 @ 16:17:41

    tks so much. can’t wait to get home and do this with the kids.

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  49. maja
    Dec 08, 2011 @ 06:51:48

    Thanks for this post! I made these jellyfish with my kids on a cold, snowy day. You can see the results at http://www.stuffbymaja.blogspot.com. :)

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  52. Stacy
    Jan 02, 2012 @ 00:48:21

    My boys and I are going to read “Night of the Moonjellies” soon, this will be PERFECT! Thank you!

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  53. Dani Harper
    Jan 02, 2012 @ 04:15:26

    I love this! What a unique project – you have a wonderful imagination!

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  54. Bianca
    Jan 02, 2012 @ 19:33:56

    This is amazing! Can’t wait to try it out thank you for sharing!!

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  55. Jodie Valenti
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 21:09:52

    These are AWESOME! My son is having a spongebob party for his upcoming 5th birthday and I’m going to make some of these for the dessert table and as party favors! Thank you for sharing :)

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  57. Brittany
    Jan 11, 2012 @ 08:51:13

    These are awesome :) Just tried making one but failed :) … i needed a bigger bottle or a smaller jelly fish. haha!

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  58. Amanda
    Jan 12, 2012 @ 08:36:37

    Great idea but no matter what we did the jellyfish would do nothing but squash all up at the top of the bottle. Ours did not float in the middle at all no matter what changes we made to the jellyfish. We trimmed its legs right down, we put in more air, less air, more water (in the head that is), nothing worked and our kids didn’t want to keep theirs because they looked like bits of plastic in the bottle. We can’t work out what the trick is.

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    • bhoomplay
      Jan 18, 2012 @ 10:16:04

      Hi Amanda, Thank you for letting me know this. What we found when we made the other ones for my friend’s child is different types of plastic bag can give different movement too – some of them are too thick, some produce a lot of teeny tiny bubbles on the plastic.

      Please try using different type of plastic bag. : )

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  59. ArtSnark
    Jan 14, 2012 @ 23:22:48

    Brilliant! Can’t wait to try this

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  60. Stacey
    Jan 17, 2012 @ 02:22:35

    What a great idea, I love this!! I can’t wait to try it out. We talk about jellyfish in our science. So this will be great to go along with that. Thank you for sharing!

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  61. Lisa
    Jan 17, 2012 @ 23:41:34

    What am I doing wrog? I love this idea buit after 4 tries…I’m stumped. I can’t get enough air in it to float. It just squeezes out when | stuff it in the bottle. Grrr

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  62. stacy
    Jan 20, 2012 @ 08:34:49

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this! Just found your pin on pinterest and made a Jellyfish for my daughters show and tell tomorrow “J” THANK YOU!

    Reply

  63. Jamila Alqarnain
    Jan 20, 2012 @ 10:40:07

    Wow! This is so amazing! Thanks so much for sharing this activity.,,,,I would like to do this with my kids:-)

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  65. sarah
    Jan 25, 2012 @ 13:34:59

    I can not wait to try these! I am going to make them for my daughter’s Under the Sea Party.

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  66. seizingthemoments
    Jan 26, 2012 @ 21:09:29

    Thank you for this crafty idea! We are trying this one! And thanks for the translation to English.

    Lisa

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  67. Daneilia
    Jan 30, 2012 @ 08:48:51

    Seriously just love this! It’s so neat looking and if its entertaining for me I can only imagine my little girl will think its entertaining.

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  69. Barbie Hutches
    Jan 30, 2012 @ 14:21:10

    I wonder about the use of oil somewhere in the bottle or the jellyfish head. Has anyone played with this idea?
    I love this project and hope to make one soon. Thanks for sharing!
    P.s. your son is adorable and the looks on his face watching the jellyfish were priceless!

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  70. The Atomic Yeti
    Jan 30, 2012 @ 19:41:53

    Reblogged this on Atomic Yeti.

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  71. Michelle L.
    Jan 30, 2012 @ 23:22:46

    I love it! So cute and fun – thanks!

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  72. Angie
    Jan 31, 2012 @ 06:05:22

    Oooh, very clever…and cute. I wonder if adding a small, store-bought LED light to the side (or the bottom?) would make for another cool effect for this project? Humm…

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  74. pysselbolaget
    Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:47:27

    Fatnastic! I love it! We will absolutely try this! Thank you!

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  75. Nimisha
    Jan 31, 2012 @ 15:50:21

    Wow ! Thats creative .thanks for sharing it .

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  78. Lynn
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 00:42:17

    As I begin my Ocean unit in kindergarten I cannot wait to add it in. We have always made “Oceans ina Bottle” and now we will be able to add another creature! thanks!

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  80. Cheryl
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 05:46:56

    Perfect! Can’t wait to try it! So creative! So fun! Thanks for the post!

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  81. Catie Muller
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 07:08:12

    So neat. My sons class just got back from the aquarium and are studying ocean animals. We just finished a paper bag puffer fish, we’ll have to try this next. Thank you for sharing!

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  82. Mi Pequeño Mundo
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 08:42:44

    Reblogged this on katilianydiaz.

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  84. Amanda
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 21:44:27

    Just wanted to stop by and say congratulations! This post made it into Fun Family Craft’s top 5 most visited projects for the month of January! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity :) If you would like a Top 5 badge, please stop by and grab one! :) http://funfamilycrafts.com/january-2012-top-posts/

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  85. Kayla
    Feb 02, 2012 @ 08:43:53

    how long will the jellyfish last?

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  86. anonymoos
    Feb 03, 2012 @ 00:20:31

    you need to make them and sell in the web site.
    i will bought this and this is a great play to make with your kids.

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  87. Jdawg
    Feb 03, 2012 @ 04:06:48

    I’m having trouble with floating and bubbles too, but I’ll give a different kind of bag a try. Has anyone tried a white plastic shopping bag and had success?

    Reply

  88. emily
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 02:33:15

    Cute idea, but mine always has too much tenticles -__-

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  91. Debbie Brady
    Feb 08, 2012 @ 05:56:07

    Oh my goodness what fun. Makes me wish I still had little ones at home…but dont worry…I have plenty that call me A-Dae (they couldnt say Aunt Debbie) so I got nick named A-Dae…my daughter Kerri got called A-Kae.
    Thank you so much for translating to English..I have run across several crafts that I would love to have made but couldnt understand the directions. Great Work

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  93. Tonya Farmer
    Feb 17, 2012 @ 09:22:43

    love this idea! Hoping to trying this weekend!

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  94. Bridget Schmidt
    Feb 18, 2012 @ 16:34:29

    I can’t wait to make these for my grandkids. I would love for you to send me email about what you are doing. Thank you for sharing your gifted work with us.

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  95. Midnight
    Feb 18, 2012 @ 22:29:18

    This is so cute!! I have a couple friends who love anything that has to do with the ocean. These would make adorable gifts for them.

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  96. Bridget Schmidt
    Feb 19, 2012 @ 06:46:07

    I will enjoy sharing this with my my sisters and friends as we’re all have grandkids And my friends always looking for knew idea for school art!

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  97. Zoe
    Feb 21, 2012 @ 02:00:09

    Hi, I just found this idea through Pinterest and love it. I have tried to make mine tonight although it has gone wrong and my little jelly is not moving. I am going to give it another go and see what I can come up with, hopefully I can get him moving in the bottle.

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  98. Love and Lollipops
    Feb 23, 2012 @ 20:06:23

    I have to try this – such a super idea!

    Georgia :)

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  99. yachtcharters
    Feb 29, 2012 @ 14:03:52

    Such a creative project! Love it! Anything that educates about marine life….. Thank you for sharing this with everyone. Great job!

    Reply

  100. Christinaa Leighh
    Mar 01, 2012 @ 05:14:03

    I Love This Idea. Can You Use Like An Aquafina Waterbottle?

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  102. Reneth
    Mar 01, 2012 @ 15:44:35

    thanks for sharing..! i love this idea and i have shared it to some of my friends in FB. I am going to make one soon and use green water for St.patrick theme, as i am having all green stuff this week and the next week.

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  104. Jen G ~ Gricefully Homeschooling
    Mar 02, 2012 @ 08:30:36

    Thank you! Love it! We are studying Oceans {with Jelly Fish}…might try this tomorrow! =)

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  106. Filipe
    Mar 06, 2012 @ 07:47:01

    I’m from Brazil and i will try to do it. I loved this so much. Gongratulations for you.

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  108. Reneth
    Mar 12, 2012 @ 01:27:55

    with many trials…finally i got my almost perfect jelly fish in the bottle..! thanks for posting and teaching it to the world. I’ve shared it to my society of child care providers too :)

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  110. Amber Benike
    Mar 14, 2012 @ 10:47:08

    I HAD to feature your post! Especially after we just returned from a mini vaccation at Sea Life in Mall of America and the jellyfish were a family favorite! Thank you SO much for your project, tutorial and translation!! SO great!

    http://benikeboutique.blogspot.com/2012/03/tutorial-tuesday-jellyfish.html

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  111. Onur
    Mar 14, 2012 @ 16:08:35

    Such a good idea. Really wanna make one for myself even im 30. lol. Thank you.

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  114. Jan
    Mar 19, 2012 @ 22:22:24

    Reneth – What did you end up using for a clear bag? I tried the clear fruit sacks and they are too thin. I tried a clear Kleenex cover wrap and it bunches up with bubbles. Our grocery sacks aren’t clear like the one that is demonstrated. Thanks!

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  116. Katie
    Mar 22, 2012 @ 03:41:16

    You should make these and sell them on Etsy. You’d make a fortune!

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  117. Melody
    Mar 24, 2012 @ 02:15:44

    This is not what I was looking for but looks just as good. Thank you so much for a great idea. I think I’m going to glue the lid on though so my kids don’t open it (even if its on accident).

    Reply

  118. Tonia Sims Hamel
    Mar 29, 2012 @ 23:59:41

    I run a daycare and am so excited to try this… we have done many things with bottles but never thought of this one.. thanks for the idea!!!

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  120. A. Engelke
    Apr 02, 2012 @ 20:52:13

    You’ve heard it so many times before, but I’m saying it again – this is an outstanding idea! My daughter’s 5th birthday party is coming up, and we’ve chosen an “under the sea” theme. A couple of these bottles will not only make great decorations on the food table, but also excellent prizes for the party games. I may even make a couple of orange ones from the Sainsbury’s bags they have here in the UK – hope they’ll look as good in blue water.

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  121. Audrey
    Apr 04, 2012 @ 04:45:59

    This is absolutely one of the coolest things I have found. Thank you sooo much. I hope I am able to try it, my boys would LOVE it. They are way into underwater sea animals. :)

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  122. amanda
    Apr 04, 2012 @ 12:38:01

    Great idea!! Im putting these in all of the kids easter baskets :-)

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  123. Morgan
    Apr 10, 2012 @ 06:40:14

    I am 15 and I’m trying to make this for my mother and it is not working.

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    • bhoomplay
      Apr 10, 2012 @ 10:11:12

      Hi Morgan, It’s good to hear that you wanted to make it for your mum. I can’t tell exactly what the problem is. But what I’ve heard the most from people who have problems doing this is about the plastic bag. Please try making it with different kinds of plastic bag. Hope you can make it work. Have a good day. : )

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  126. Kim
    Apr 17, 2012 @ 02:53:33

    This is so awesome! Will be a perfect addition to our “Ocean Week” theme!!
    Thanks. :)

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  130. Sas
    May 02, 2012 @ 03:11:58

    I love it! I’m a preschool teacher in Phx so I will be implementing for our theme Ocean Commotion next week! Kob Koon Ka!

    Ms. Sas

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  132. cecilia
    May 10, 2012 @ 16:51:27

    muy bonito!!! los ninos estaban felices con su medusa en la botella. yo incluso agregue una etiqueta con el diseno de DANGER para que sepan que hay una medusa y que el agua no se puede tomar…..CECI

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    • bhoomplay
      May 14, 2012 @ 10:27:37

      Thank you for sharing such a cute story with me, Cecilia. It sounds fun to me and I hope the children had great time figuring out if the jellyfish is real or not. : )

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  133. Julia
    May 14, 2012 @ 00:14:11

    This is great for Mini society for thw littleton public schools, they go out of stock easy, so make a feiw!

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  134. Tamika
    May 21, 2012 @ 02:35:55

    such a cool idea. thanks for the great tutorial!

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  137. Diana
    May 22, 2012 @ 08:54:50

    Wonderful! I will make this for my grandchildren. Thank you,

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  138. ARTiculation360
    May 23, 2012 @ 02:44:24

    This was such a fantastic idea- we couldn’t wait to try it out at one of our workshops. It was an amazing success! Thanks.
    ps someone mentioned this would be a great lesson about sea turtles mistaking plastic bags for jellyfish: the adventures of gary and harry (by lisa matsumoto) is a great book to with beautiful illustrations (by michael furuya) all about that!

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  139. The Monko
    May 27, 2012 @ 23:24:41

    That is completely awesome. My son is really into all things sea creatures and he would love this. thanks for sharing

    Reply

  140. watchusplaynlearn
    May 28, 2012 @ 03:27:41

    Oh that is perfect for our five in a row lesson about he jelly fish. I was looking for something like this. Brilliant idea.

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  142. Tracy Cudmore Stephens
    Jun 11, 2012 @ 23:07:53

    Our VBS is Amazing Wonders and the Crafts is the Great Barrier Reef…I am so doing this for a craft! Thanks!

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  143. sarah
    Jun 12, 2012 @ 01:06:14

    I’m having a hard time getting the head to fit in the bottle with out losing its air. Any suggestions?

    Reply

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  146. wifemommy2under2
    Jun 18, 2012 @ 02:08:09

    LOVE this.I can’t wait to make one! :)

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  150. Jennifer McConnell
    Jun 30, 2012 @ 14:37:13

    This is a fantastic project! I tried it using the clear plastic bag that our newspaper comes in, but I think it is a bit too thick, and it is certainly one of those plastic bags that has tons of bubbles. My kids like it and I am going to make more in different sized bottles with different colors of water, but I am going to try a thinner produce bag as a jelly fish next. Thanks for the great project!

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  153. mom2kmjx2
    Jul 09, 2012 @ 23:04:58

    I just did these with the girls I watch. Thanks alot for the idea. http://mom2kmjx2.blogspot.com/2012/07/jellyfish-in-bottle.html.

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  154. atasteofmadess
    Jul 11, 2012 @ 04:45:37

    This is so cool! What a fun project, I love it!

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  155. Les Créateliers
    Jul 13, 2012 @ 10:21:39

    This looks so fun! I posted your tutorial on my website, you can see the page here:

    http://www.lescreateliers.com/Les_Createliers/Idees_Ideas/Entries/2012/7/12_Meduses_en_bouteilleJellyfish_in_a_bottle.html

    Cheers,
    Marie-Eve

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  157. Chelsie
    Jul 17, 2012 @ 08:24:53

    I just tried this, and the whole thing just floated at the top and it didn’t look anything like yours… :( I really wanted to use it in my kindergartners science center

    Reply

    • bhoomplay
      Jul 18, 2012 @ 14:38:11

      Hi Chelsie,

      One of our blog readers has made this nice and neat video tutorial. It might give you the better idea of how to do it. : ) She also said in her blog that she has been through many trials and errors before she got it right and her son loves it.

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    Aug 03, 2012 @ 12:09:31

    LOVE this very much, such a smart idea, Sue! Thanks for sharing! Bhoom must have a great time playing with this! =D

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  163. Liam
    Aug 04, 2012 @ 03:53:06

    For anyone who wants to make the connection to “taking care of our environment”, Jellyfish is a favourite meal for sea turtles. Students should be able to understand how throwing away plastic bags can affect that creature.

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  164. Joe
    Aug 06, 2012 @ 18:55:21

    What a fun project for a rainy day! I bet I have everything on hand too… thanks for sharing such a creative and fun idea!

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  165. RAM's mom
    Aug 11, 2012 @ 00:55:38

    I Love it. I was looking for Ideas for my son’s Sea Adventure Birthday Party and this is a great idea for center pieces that can be taken home…Im excited

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    Aug 14, 2012 @ 17:07:00

    Awesome is the word!! Simply A W E S O M E!!!

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  169. Merry Rose
    Aug 15, 2012 @ 07:47:02

    DONE! Thank you,love everything about it! Super cool project.

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  170. jtulip
    Aug 22, 2012 @ 03:41:17

    Amazing! I can’t wait to try it out. hope I can get it right.

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  171. fatmanur
    Sep 03, 2012 @ 19:39:32

    very beautiful. thank you very much.

    Reply

  172. lisa
    Sep 08, 2012 @ 09:13:22

    that is so cool THANKS

    Reply

  173. Jamie
    Sep 10, 2012 @ 04:34:08

    Create your own jellyfish in to a bottle.most people will read the instructions before hand-creative activity.

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  174. Vanessa Lloyd
    Sep 10, 2012 @ 13:05:41

    Cant wait to try this in class thank you for posting

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    Oct 08, 2012 @ 00:11:06

    I don’t even have kids and just made one! Such a cute project

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  178. Jennifer
    Nov 06, 2012 @ 02:16:28

    I love this. I tried it but couldn’t get the jelly fish head in the bottle. Had to try a different bottle. I’m going to make it again and do his little head smaller. Love this.

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  180. Lorri
    Nov 30, 2012 @ 07:49:45

    THANK you. We have a Jellyfish story in our reading book…SO looking forward to doing this!

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  181. Louzeane
    Dec 08, 2012 @ 01:38:49

    Adorei, parabéns!

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  182. RosyIvory
    Dec 08, 2012 @ 07:05:10

    Hi I just stumbled upon your blog and I liked this idea so much and I have one small question: after filling the jellyfish head with water do we then tighten the thread?
    I’ll continue on and browse the rest of your blog.

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  183. bhoomplay
    Dec 12, 2012 @ 21:10:58

    I didn’t tighten it all the way (after filling in the water) – just leave the hole like that.

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  186. Christine
    Jan 09, 2013 @ 09:40:06

    Amazing table decorations for my son’s ocean/pirate theme party! I couldn’t get it to float up and down properly, like in your video….so I added a bit a bubble wrap to the head! Now it works just like yours! Thank you so much for the idea!

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  189. Katie
    Jan 18, 2013 @ 03:25:22

    This is so great! My 4 year old son is in a big jellyfish phase. Sadly it’s hard to find jellyfish toys, etc. This will be a great craft to do together which will also be a great toy for him! Thanks for sharing this great activity :)

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  190. Cathie
    Jan 19, 2013 @ 10:28:33

    This is great, BUT for those who have “extended” on it with trips to aquariums and putting in science centres, maybe you should extended on explaining that because this is so real and life like is the reason many turtles are dying, because they eat jelly fish as their source of food, but mistake plastic bags floating in the water as jelly fish and eat them, but then die a slow death of suffocation.

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  191. Michella
    Jan 19, 2013 @ 12:32:10

    Thank you for the tutorial, I do sea turtle presentations at my work and during the conservation part of the presentation i can use this to show people how plastic bags actually look like jelly fish when in the water, Maybe by using a visual perspective i can more thoroughly show people why animals are eating plastic bags, and why we need to reduse, reuse, and recycle!.

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  192. becky
    Jan 22, 2013 @ 02:15:42

    do you have anymore ideas like this my sons first birthday is coming up and i am planning an underwater theme for him and this is great for the pitcher were gonna be serving blue juice in i was just curious if you had any more ideas that would fit this theme =D

    Reply

  193. jessica
    Jan 24, 2013 @ 05:20:13

    This is great idea I can use for my sons room.. he loves fish. Now I just have to make it glow in th dark :-)

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  195. taffypull
    Jan 27, 2013 @ 00:45:01

    This is a really cool idea but my jellyfish is more like a glump of bag. I tried several times to do his head differently and I can’t figure it out. :(

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  196. Laurel
    Jan 27, 2013 @ 16:33:37

    Made this for an Australia Day party in Vienna, Austria. The host of the party said to bring something Australian. So we brought a jellyfish in a bottle. Thanks for the great idea!!!

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  197. Windie Hayano
    Jan 30, 2013 @ 22:26:30

    THIS IS SO FREAKING AWESOME!! I AM A FAN! SO HAPPY I FOUND THIS. OH, I ALMOST FORGOT TO SAY…YOU ARE SUCH A GENIUS! : )

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  198. Rebecca
    Jan 31, 2013 @ 08:45:47

    Mine didn’t turn out like a jelly fish at all, it just crumpled up floating at the top and looked like trash in blue water? Suggestions?

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    Feb 04, 2013 @ 01:56:33

    its interesting & sweet trick…

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  202. Charlene
    Feb 08, 2013 @ 01:08:45

    You are so creative. I look forward to sharing this idea with my church as we are doing an underwater theme for Vacation Bible School. I home schooled all my kids and I wish I could have been as creative as you. Your son is blessed.

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    Feb 18, 2013 @ 16:06:14

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  204. julia
    Feb 20, 2013 @ 05:56:43

    THANK YOU!! I really wanted my own jellyfish in a bottle when I was younger and then I find this! (U are the answer to my prayers!)

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  205. Jaclyn
    Feb 20, 2013 @ 23:20:03

    Hello!

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    Best,

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  206. txbluskyDiane
    Mar 01, 2013 @ 03:32:36

    This is so pretty! Thanks for sharing it.

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  207. Christine
    Mar 03, 2013 @ 00:58:29

    Oh my! This looks so real! I´m doing a mini version of this so I can wear it as a necklace! I´m so wanna have this finised *^*

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  208. Lorie920
    Mar 03, 2013 @ 03:47:12

    Very cute!!!!!have you tried putting a glo stick in it? I bet that would be very cool for night play.

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    Mar 05, 2013 @ 01:34:40

    i will be trying this with my kids today =)

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  213. Denise Burgmon
    Mar 08, 2013 @ 04:59:16

    Thank you so much for sharing this! My son is having a Glow/Mad Scientist birthday party soon and I believe this would be a terrific idea for decor. I will fill the bottle with “glow” water and it will glow under the black lights we plan to use. Thanks, again!!

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  217. Shelby
    Mar 14, 2013 @ 21:13:43

    Genius!! One of my favorite things I have ever seen for kids. We’re doing this for shark week for sure! Thanks!!

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  218. Rachael Layne
    Mar 29, 2013 @ 20:59:44

    Have you tried putting one of the tiny glowsticks (like the kinds that you can make earrings out of) in the head of the Jellyfish? Haven’t tried it yet, but I think it would be really cool to make them glow. :)

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  219. Beth M Downs
    Mar 30, 2013 @ 05:21:22

    The thing that bothers me about this is that people don’t realize that plastic bags that make it into the ocean due to human littering and waste are eaten by fish that prey on jellyfish as their main diet. In the water — just like your video illustrates — a plastic floating bag — especially one that has been torn and battered by the waves — looks virtually indistinguishable from a jellyfish. The plastic bags that are mistakenly eaten create bowel obstructions in the digestive tracts of these animals — thus causing death. PLEASE, people — recycle your plastic bags at a grocery bag recycling bin in your grocery store!!

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    • Chel
      Apr 18, 2013 @ 12:13:48

      As someone who does beach clean ups on the regular—
      I think it could be used to teach children how important it is to pick up their trash, because it can be mistaken as food to animals, because it looks like another animal!!! This is an educational and fun way to re-use shopping bags.

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  221. Laurie
    Mar 31, 2013 @ 04:00:27

    Sweet! I can’t wait to try this with my kinders…I am wondering if those of you who have had success with the plastic bag…what kind did you use? Thanks for sharing!

    Reply

  222. Amy W
    Apr 01, 2013 @ 14:07:38

    Hey,
    I made this(im 11) and looks really cool, but the bottle leaked every time i used it. So i got some cotton and tied it to a screw, then the other end of the cotton to a tentacle of the jelly fish. My jellyfish is now an ornament in the kitchen, because the jellyfish sits right in the middle of the bottle! Great craft idea for any rainy day!.
    Also for Laurie, I used a safeway shopping bag.

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  225. brian
    Apr 10, 2013 @ 07:00:39

    i need some help on the jellyfish.
    I made it but when i put it in the bottle the jellyfish and tentacles turn and float up. help!

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  226. Melissa Jarrett
    Apr 13, 2013 @ 00:26:11

    I am a pre- k aid and I can’t wait to try this with our kids to go along with our letter “J”!!! Thank you for the idea!!!

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  228. Chel
    Apr 18, 2013 @ 12:10:41

    I love this! it can teach children how important it is to pick up trash because of how easy it is to mistake a bag for a jelly, food that another animal might prey on! Love love love, great job!

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  229. Miriam Yvanovich
    Apr 19, 2013 @ 10:54:19

    This was simple to do (though getting the right number of tentacles took 2 attempts) and my 3 year old loves it. Thank you for a very cool idea. I used a not-very-transparent grocery sack from Walmart and it looks great in the blue water. My only mistake is that I used a small, plastic Voss bottle, and it doesn’t leave much room for the jellyfish to “swim”. Thanks again for sharing such a great idea!

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  231. Marisa
    Apr 26, 2013 @ 06:00:36

    Hi! I have a question: how do you keep the jellyfish floating upright after you turn the bottle? Mine floats to the other end upside-down! Do I need to tie the string tighter when I make the head? Or is my bottle too thin?

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  233. Jennifer
    May 03, 2013 @ 02:05:26

    Thanks a lot. Just made it for my daughter’s show and tell. She can’t wait to get to school tomorrow to show this off.

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  234. Teresa Arsenault
    May 03, 2013 @ 17:03:28

    This is brilliant. Thanks for sharing.

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  235. Rachel
    May 05, 2013 @ 14:25:41

    Very cool idea! Going to tray this with my son! Greetings from Holland!

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  236. sandra
    May 07, 2013 @ 08:30:50

    cute idea but it doesn’t work, i tried three different bags including walmart, stop and shop and others the whole thing just floats at the top no cool tentacles floating. rather disappointed. maybe the bags in other places are made differently.

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  237. Nicole
    May 10, 2013 @ 02:33:18

    I love this idea and can’t wait to try it. This is probably one of the first things I have looked up where I have everything I need to make it!

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    May 27, 2013 @ 11:52:13

    “Franma” in Australia will share this with young mums and my daughter’s primary school .Franma stands for “friendly Grandma” when doing voluntary work with children.

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  241. vivienne smith
    May 28, 2013 @ 01:37:09

    I would like to feature your craft with pictures and instructions in a magazine I am publishing with in our craft section. I would give you full credit and you can give me the website you would like me to feature for you.
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  243. Greg Cross
    Jun 13, 2013 @ 00:52:48

    Tried this today in the Kindergarten and the kids loved it. Little extra trick we found was to put a little yellow ink inside the head part of the jellyfish so the kids see the object even better. The yellow ink stays inside the head well even when the bottle is turned upside down each time, looks great.

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  244. Sandy Cook
    Jul 12, 2013 @ 02:13:51

    Do you ever tie the jelly fish head all the way before you put it in the water?

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  245. Stephanie Calkin
    Jul 18, 2013 @ 02:43:29

    Thank you, Suchada! I made these with our school-age summer camp during sand and wave week and the kids loved it! How cool! I had to do some experimenting and tweeking on my own before the kids made them. We had such a great time doing these and everyone got their very own to play with. Thank you again! What a great idea!

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  246. Isabella Weggler
    Jul 19, 2013 @ 12:39:12

    I was wondering what store you got the plastic bags from

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  247. effy
    Jul 20, 2013 @ 08:06:18

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  249. haileigh
    Jul 23, 2013 @ 08:03:45

    i have got to try that

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  251. Kellie
    Jul 26, 2013 @ 11:29:37

    Great idea! but didn’t work for me. Tried shopping n freezer bags nothing worked. it all clumped together so I didn’t get the same effect. Maybe it’s Australian bags not sure. Like to here how others got it.

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  254. Cassandra
    Aug 22, 2013 @ 16:52:18

    This is truly amazing. I will do this in my class, where I teach children with multiple disabilities. had a small bit of trouble reading due to the stripes – but the idea in amazing. I cannot wait to see what other ideas you have.

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  255. Sandy
    Nov 06, 2013 @ 12:41:54

    This is so creative and wonderful! I’m 27 and *want* to make one RIGHT now! =) I’m wondering if a different hue of food coloring added to the jelly’s body might add even more eye candy to this awesome project?

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  257. Sadie
    Jan 11, 2014 @ 08:45:00

    I tried this a couple times…didn’t work. The first time the jelly fish just bunched up at the top of the bottle…it didn’t float at all. The 2nd time, I used a much lighter-weight bag…it floated, but the head never went up first, so it didn’t look anything like a jelly fish. My 6 year old is almost in tears because she was so excited for this project.

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  258. amelia
    Jan 12, 2014 @ 00:59:05

    this didnt work for me thejelly fish wouldnt sink

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  259. William Redeemar
    Jan 14, 2014 @ 01:33:31

    I am having a hard time finding transparent store bags, where did you find yours?

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  260. Alexandera
    Jan 23, 2014 @ 17:04:46

    Hello!
    This project is very very interesting and just tp say that 4th grade is having a science project and including me though me and another girl who is my partner for the science project are choosing this bhoomplay jellyfish thingy as our topic.

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  261. Sara
    Jan 24, 2014 @ 10:14:33

    This is a really cute idea. You can also add glitter and small plastic fish into the water for more things for them to watch and identify.

    Reply

  262. Rachael
    Feb 07, 2014 @ 23:25:37

    Wow. Really cool. I am a children’s librarian and LOVE to put stuff in bottles for the kids to explore. My own is getting to the age where she will love it, too. Thanks!

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  263. Emily
    Feb 21, 2014 @ 21:07:39

    Thank you for this! I found your blog on tumblr and it’s full of great ideas! Although I’m not using this idea for children, it’s very helpful to me, as I have social anxiety and gain a lot of stress from looking after my mentally disabled little brother. I just know this will help me keep calm as I love aquariums, they’ve always made me feel at peace. I also have other friends who could use some of your ideas for their own needs, so I’ll definitely be recommending your blog to them. You never know, if my brother and my friends all like these ideas, we can start a little club to make calming activities for eachother. ^ ^ It will certainly help my brother’s behaviour and anger. Thanks again!

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  269. siriuslypotter7
    Oct 25, 2014 @ 16:26:24

    If you think this craft is just for kids… think again! I’m 14 and I love it! I think I’ll make it as a reward for when my yearly exams are over! xx :)

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