Here is a box of rocks! I would be happy to receive this jar of stones. Resin, with slight Glow-in-the-Dark pigment, mixed in with glitter and river stones. This jar glows at night on its own or you can put a battery-operated votive candle in it to have it glow from inside; a different kind of night light!
We tend to think rocks are not living, but encased in resin they spit out oxygen. Both of these are clear enough to show the tiny trail of bubbles coming from some of the stones. These jars are just cool!
Screw-on lid with a 3inch by 1 and 1/2inch tubular opening inside, hidden behind the stones. The glow-in-the-Dark pigment appears on the lid and at the top and bottom of the jar.
Jar size is 3 inches deep, 2 and 3/4 inches in girth, and 2 inches wide. The screw-on lid, and this one works so easy!, 2 inches in diameter with 1/2 inch in depth.
Two different glow-in-the-dark shades, sky blue and teal green. Both are shown under black light to show the glow. The sky blue is almost invisible during the day.
I have a Glow-in-the-Dark stone soap dish in my bathroom which has no window, is closet size and gathers no light. Somehow the soap dish stays glowing enough for me to see in the dark no matter what time of night. Keep something you need to find right away in the dark in this, just make sure it gets some kind of reflective light or gets charged with a light that gets turned on down and then. A black-light will also charge them for a few hours.