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October 20, 2008

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EdithSonger

We grew some really cool snowflake ornaments using Borax and pipe cleaners. Here is a site that tells how. (There are many more out there.) You can make your base as detailed as you want before you grow crystals on it. They do tend to dull over time, but to begin with they are really pretty.
http://chemistry.about.com/cs/howtos/ht/boraxsnowflake.htm

jacqui jones

crystal growing is fun..:)

Jay

So funny about the crystals. We have a seemingly failed sugar crystal growth and so we googled it. Hubby wanted to see a picture of what it is supposed to look like. But isn't that science-trial and error.

Bellybutton51698

how did you do it i want to do it for my science experiment for the science fair

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