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My daughter’s (11 and 13) came up with this Halloween Costume DIY project. They were able to be seen and they stayed warm. I used 3 packages of small, 1 large, and a very small amount of packing tape. So out of pocket $5 costumes for 2 kids!
You will need:
Lay your sweats out on a flat surface. Crack the glow sticks and shake them well. Place the glow sticks on the legs of the sweat pants holding them in place with a piece of packing tape. For the arms you can repeat the method used on the legs or you can use 1 long necklace sized glow to stick using the tape to hold the ends in place.
Place 2 bracelet sized glow sticks down the middle of the hooded sweatshirt using tape to hold them in place. Use 1 long necklace sized glow stick and using the connector supplied connect the ends. Tape this glow stick to the inside of the hood of the sweatshirt.
Turn off the lights and watch them glow!
I have a unique take on Easter, I think it needs to be a day of fun. I love a good butt of Ham recipe and a great Easter Outfit and an amazing celebration complete with a glow in the dark Easter Adventure. These glow party ideas will surely give loads of fun for kids and adults.
This is how to make your Easter holiday glow.
Ingredients: Jello, 1 cup of tonic water, 1/2 cup of pineapples, 1 cup of hot water
Before the black light…..
If you want to know how to make this glow check out the recipe for making the hard boiled eggs glow below… Make the jello the same way.
Ingredients: Tonic Water, Hot tap water, Black Light, Jello, and Hard Boiled Eggs
Add 1 cup of tonic water and 1 cup of hot tap water
Dip your egg and make sure it is evenly coated and then let it dry…. You can also do this with kool aid instead of jello just make sure you use the tonic water it is what is activated with the black light to create the glow.
Plastic eggs, glow bracelets and glow rings, and a basket to gather them
Activate the glow sticks and then tie them in a knot