DIY Glow-in-the-Dark Stress Balls | Kamri Noel
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(upbeat music) – Hey guys, it’s Kamri, and
today I’m gonna teach you how to make DIY glow in
the dark stress balls. But before we get on to the video, did you hear that Brooklyn
and Bailey, my sisters, are writing their own music? Well they are, and I’m super pumped. And they’re doing
something that nobody else has ever done before,
where they’re letting you guys help create the songs. You guys can pick out the drum lines by clicking right here and
watching their latest video. The sisters are making me so stressed, I think I need a stress ball. (upbeat music) You will need baking soda,
glow in the dark powder, hair conditioner, clear balloons, an empty water bottle or funnel, wide mesh material, and floss. Step number one is add seven ounces of baking soda to one fourth
a cup of conditioner. You can use whatever scent of hair conditioner that you want. I use coconut because it reminds me of being on the beach or on vacation. Mix all your ingredients together until they’re about the consistency of frosting. Also, comment down below if you like frosting as much as I do. Next, add in the glow in the dark powder. I decided to go with the neon pink, and I got this from Amazon. Talk about arm workout. (upbeat music) If you don’t already
have a funnel at home, you can use this awesome life
hack to make one instead. Just cut the neck off
an empty water bottle and unscrew the lid. Stretch, stretch, stretch the balloon and then place it on
the mouth of the bottle. Now for my favorite part, putting the mixture into the balloon. Do this one scoop at a
time because it gets harder as the balloon gets more filled. You might even need to
use a Sharpie or something to help you push it all down into the bottom of the balloon. Keep going so you can get
all those arm workouts in. Try to get all the air out of the balloon because we don’t want no
air bubbles in our balloons. They ruin it. And then just tie a knot
in the top of your balloon. Now this is the definition
of stress reliever. Make sure that you use
the right type of mesh. Small holed mesh like from
fishnet tights will not work. Bags from oranges, apples,
and potatoes works the best. And for our last step, find
a piece of mesh that you like and wrap it around the
balloon using dental floss. I find this kind of hard to do alone so you can have somebody
else hold the balloon while you wrap the floss and tie it. These stress balls are not
intended for small children. Ahh, I do believe I’m stress free, thanks to these amazing stress balls. Comment down below if you think that stress balls are amazing like I do. You can subscribe to my
channel by clicking right here, and you can watch my other
videos by clicking right here. See you soon, bye! (upbeat music)

100 thoughts on “DIY Glow-in-the-Dark Stress Balls | Kamri Noel

  1. Just a little heads up: the balloon might pop if you have the mesh on it… it did with mine and it got all over. But, without the mesh it worked great and it looks awesome in the dark πŸ™‚

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