If you're tired of using the same old ornaments on your Christmas tree year after year, then it's time to experiment with borax snowflakes. It's not only a fun decoration to make, it's a great science project to try out with family and friends. All you need for to make DIY crystal snowflakes at home are pipe cleaners, borax, a wide-mouth jar, string, a pencil, and boiling water.
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Simply cut pipe cleaners into small pieces and fashion them together into a snowflake shape. Then fill a jar with a solution of borax and boiling water, and suspend your pipe cleaner formation into the jar using string and a pencil.
Let the jar sit overnight and allow crystals to form on surface of your snowflake-shaped pipe cleaners. Remove from solution and let it dry before using as indoor Christmas decoration.
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