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DIY Stress Relief Bottle

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DIY Stress Relief Bottle
DIY Stress Relief Bottle
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Ever need something that could just help your kids take a second to calm down? This DIY Stress Relief Bottle is the perfect home craft to help your kids slow down for a second. Not only could you make this kids craft with your children; but, they are also great to break out whenever you need to distract them while you finish up dinner or cleaning. Plus, these stress relief bottles are also great to help adults wind down and relax for a second when they start to feel a little overwhelmed. Just shake and watch! 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Beginner

Age GroupPreschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Recycled plastic bottle
  • Clear dish soap
  • Glitter
  • Food coloring
  • Water
  • Glue
  • Pebbles

DIY Stress Relief Bottle

How to Make a Recycled Stress Reliever Bottle

  1. Fill your plastic bottle about 3/4 of the way full with water. 

  2. Pour a significant amount of dish soap into your bottle.

    Note: the more dish soap you put in the thicker the consistency it will create.  

  3. Put some of your confetti or glitter in there that will float in the water. 

  4. Take your water and fill your bottle all the way to the top, or as high as you can without oversplitting it. 

  5. Add either a pebble or two or a couple pieces of sea glass to help mix everything up when you're shaking it. 

  6. Use your super glue along the inside of the cap and screw your lid on so that it does not come undone and leave a mess! 

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