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25+ GLOW-IN-THE DARK – HACKS AND MUST-HAVES

Glow-in-the-dark things fascinate my kids. I bet my munchkins aren’t the only ones who love nightlights and neon bling.

by Rachel

Here are OVER 25 things that will glow and mesmerize your kiddo!

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Homemade Glow Bouncy Ball – These are a blast to make and a blast to chase as they bounce around the house!

Enjoy some Glowing Jello at your kids next slumber party. They mix the jello with tonic water and add a black light! Brilliant and tasty!

Perfect Halloween party accessory – Glowing Slime – make it yourself with this recipe using glowing paint.

These shoes were made for dancing! LED light laces are a blast!

Fuzzy, Tasty Glow Puff. Stuff a glow stick into a colorful puff of cotton candy – viola, edible fun. Don’t give it to toddlers who might think it’s okay to eat the stick.

Shoe Laces – These glow in the dark. Charge them by walking around during the day and at night your feet will shine.

Glowing Glop – Create a batch of neon oobleck – turn on a black light and it turns into an eerie play date!

Giant Orb – Stuff a glow stick inside a bouncy ball and turn out the lights for a game of dodge ball.

Make Rocky Eyeballs – paint rocks with glow paint. Add “eyeball” embellishments and line your walkway for Halloween.

ALL the things you can do!! Glow powder. You can add it to nail polish, mix it into a glue stick, use spray adhesive and coat things with it! Fun stuff!

For sensory fun, make a batch of Glowing water beads. Add dye to the beads as they swell. Then turn on the black light!

Flecked glowing Jars – super cool! I want a set! Transform your jelly jars and gift them as party favors.

The best of glowing products online! Be the talk of the block and pass out glow sticks instead of candy!

Lipgloss – A sure hit if you are out and about in twilight.

Duct tape – Cause we all need glow-in-the-dark duct tape for something, right?

THe longest lasting Glow Sticks – they last for 12 hours and come in a bunch of colors

Rainbow Sticks. They even have the hard to find purple and dark blue colors!

Neon face crayons – You will need a black light, but these are FUN to decorate with and then glow.

Glow Eyes – Transform a TP tube with a glow stick and hide the eyes somewhere fun.

Glowing Water Balloons – Fill balloons with water and add a stick. The water makes the balloon more reflective!

Sparkling Glittered Jar – Use iridescent glitter and glow paint to create a fun jar. Great for calming down too! Have your kids watch this as they are going to bed.

Glow stick glasses – So retro! Perfect for almost every costume (and you can see your kiddo when out)

Fiber lightup hair extensions – My daughter is begging for a set! You can actually braid them like hair too!

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