Tutorial of glowing jars DIY Glow Jars Tutorial For each glow jar you will need: a jar two Glow Sticks scissors rubber gloves safety glasses Disclaimer: This is a project meant to be done by an adult – not a child!
Old Fashioned Pink Popcorn. Absolutely, hands down the perfect snack to serve at a a little girl's birthday party or a baby shower or even a bridal shower. (reminds me I need to get my mother's candied popcorn recipe!
Glow in the dark volleyball! cut glow sticks and use a seringe to put in the ball also works with glow paint to ! Omg it would be fun to do this and play with it on the pool when we do the other glow stick stuff !
If I had a pool I would totally try this out. Put a glow stick in a balloon for pool lanterns. Pool party on a Summer night! I think this could work pinned up on the fence of a backyard without a pool, too, so really great idea for any outdoor BBQ/party!
ice cream cone favors-dipthe opening of the cone way in a color melting wafers. then dip the rim with sprinkles.filled the cone with color malted milk balls. to eat place whole ice cream cone in blender and the pour over ice cream.
Glowstick Cotton Candy Idea Glow stick cotton candy will boost up your next event and will make it look classy and unique! A simple glow stick placed inside your usual cotton candy gives a bright, neon