Unbox the Universe: Cosmic Crafting

Nick Davies
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Ever since humankind first gazed up at the night sky, the twinkling stars, mysterious planets, and endless galaxies have fueled our imaginations and curiosity. There’s something infinitely captivating about the universe and its cosmic splendors. This blog post is an enthralling journey that combines our love for the universe with the joy of crafting. We’ll be creating galaxy jars, cosmic bath bombs, starry night luminaries, and indulging in some delicious space-themed snacks, all while delving into fascinating facts about the galaxy! So, grab your crafting tools, and let’s unbox the universe together!

1. DIY Galaxy Jars:

Crafting galaxy jars is like bottling up a piece of the cosmos! Here’s a step-by-step guide to create your own:


  • Cotton Balls
  • Acrylic Paint (multiple colors)
  • Glitter
  • Mason Jar
  • Water


  1. Stretch and Fluff: Stretch and fluff the cotton balls to give them a cloud-like appearance.
  2. Color Layers: Mix different colors of acrylic paint with water and pour them into the jar layer by layer, adding fluffed cotton balls and glitter in between.
  3. Seal and Shake: Once your jar is filled, seal it tightly and give it a gentle shake to let the colors blend slightly.

Galactic Fact:

Did you know our galaxy, the Milky Way, is just one of the two trillion galaxies in the observable universe?

2. Cosmic Bath Bombs:

Let’s create bath bombs that resemble swirling galaxies!


  • Baking Soda
  • Citric Acid
  • Epsom Salt
  • Cornstarch
  • Essential Oils
  • Food Coloring
  • Water


  1. Mix Dry Ingredients: Combine baking soda, citric acid, Epsom salt, and cornstarch in a bowl.
  2. Add Colors and Scents: Incorporate essential oils and different food colors to separate portions of the mixture.
  3. Mold and Dry: Slightly moisten the mixture and mold it using spherical molds. Allow them to dry completely.

Galactic Fact:

The universe is around 13.8 billion years old, and it's constantly expanding!

3. Starry Night Luminaries:

Craft enchanting luminaries to light up your night!


  • Mason Jars
  • LED Tea Lights
  • Paint
  • Star Stickers


  1. Stick and Paint: Stick star-shaped stickers on the inside of the jar and paint over them.
  2. Peel and Place: Once the paint is dry, peel off the stickers and place an LED tea light inside.

Galactic Fact:

There are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on all the beaches on Earth!

4. Space-Themed Snacks:

Dive into delightful snacks like meteorite popcorn and alien cupcakes!

Meteorite Popcorn:

  • Ingredients: Popcorn, Black and Silver Food Coloring, Edible Glitter
  • Directions: Toss popcorn with food coloring and sprinkle edible glitter to resemble meteorites!

Alien Cupcakes:

  • Ingredients: Cupcakes, Green Frosting, Candy Eyes
  • Directions: Frost cupcakes with green frosting and add candy eyes to make them look like cute aliens!

Galactic Fact:

Our solar system has eight planets, and Jupiter is the largest among them!

Crafting galaxy-themed creations allows us to embrace our love for the cosmos and explore our creativity. The blend of enchanting crafts and intriguing galactic facts makes this journey an educational and joyful experience. Now that we have unboxed the universe together, we invite you to continue exploring, creating, and learning more about the celestial wonders that fill our night sky.

Interactive Element:

Did you enjoy unboxing the universe with us? Share pictures of your cosmic crafts, your favorite galaxy facts, or any new celestial creations you’ve come up with in the comment section below! We are excited to see how you bring a piece of the universe into your homes!

So, keep crafting, keep exploring, and remember, the universe is full of endless possibilities and wonders waiting to be discovered!

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