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Fondant outer rock,color like marble or rock, then shape into hollow geode. For the crystalized part, you just make a sugar water solution. We used 1 c. of water and 2 c. white sugar. Cook it in a small pot until the sugar is completely dissolved. Add in any coloring you would like to use. If you are doing different colors, divide them out first. Pour the sugar water into the hollow of the rock part. Wrap with foil, let sit about 3 days, carefully unwrap and pour out excess sugar water.

120ct Assorted Flavored Rock Candy (Stick)

Make Your Own Rock Candy To get started you will need: Yarn Pencil or Butter Knife Clean glass jar Pan for boiling Spoon 1 cup of water 3 cups of sugar An Adult The process of growing sugar crystals can take several days to a week.

How to make Sugar Crystals on a Stick?

Rock Candy Experiment (Growing A Jeweled Rose)

Making rock candy at home is really easy and lots of fun! This activity is a beautiful Science experiment and a yummy treat all in one. My kids LOVED checking on their jars each day to see if the rock crystals had grown. Here is an easy tutorial for...

How to Make Homemade Rock Candy or Sugar Crystals

Easy way to grow rock candy: Stir three cups of sugar with one cup boiling water. Stir together until sugar dissolves. Have your kids add food coloring to make their favorite color. Pour into a glass jar and place a wooden dowel in the jar. Leave for 5 to 7 days until a crystal forms.

How-To: Rock Candy Geode

How to make your own Rock Candy Geodes! Looks really cool. I have to try this sometime!