If you have been browsing for craft ideas, most likely you would have come across this.
Following all the instructions in the websites. I did not manage to get it to work the first time round. First of all, it’s because I can’t find a long, tall jar with a wide mouth. Then, I made the mistake of not leaving a little space for an air bubble in the dome of the jelly fish. It’s because I used a normal soda bottle and the top is too small. So, in trying to get the dome of the jelly fish in, I totally forgot about the air bubble.. which is the crucial part on getting the jellyfish to float and turn!
So, what do you need for this craft?
1) A soda bottle
2) Food colouring
5) White grocery bag.
The instructions here (http://bhoomplay.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/diy_jellyfish_eng/), is way better than what my pictures show… I will still share them. But do read this blog for more accurate pictures
Here’s what I used, and before I started out on the craft, I shared some little tid bits about jellyfish from a kids’s encyclopedia(the book at the back).
Fill up the soda bottle with water and add on a few drops of food colouring. Insert the jellyfish into the soda bottle and voila! You are done!
It’s not very clear in the pictures But it is great for the kids to play with!
But somehow, it gets mouldy as time goes by and had to discard them But it was great while it lasted!