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Another easy peasy invite created on PicMonkey (FREE)
This party was yet another FUN one!
My son and I turned planning a birthday party into an awesome science experiment.
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one thing we learned was even though you can make a glow in the dark cake, you might want to taste test one first. There is something odd about the tonic water (not a fan). Having said that, we improvised and added glow sticks on the edge to make the “11″ pop. End result, cool and it was still yummy!
Let the Games begin..
Glow in the dark twister! Easy to make, all you need is black light reactive paint.
Glow in the dark bowling (just add glow sticks to some large water bottles)
The kids loved bringing the glow sticks in the pool
Glow in the dark jello (again, try a taste test first)
Glow in the dark bubbles…fun to blow and fun to wear!
As you can see candy bars are always a huge hit…look at those smiles
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