10 thoughts on “Neon Glow in the Dark Party-22

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  1. Renee Mohr

    My daughter will be 10 February 9, 2013. We would like this to be a memorable party for all. What can we do? Decorations, games, craft?

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    1. Amber

      To a hula hoop, I secured strips of ribbon, crepe paper streamers, poster board with circles punched out, tissue paper fringe, and nylon surveyor tape (available at home depot in various neon colors). I tied on the ribbon and surveyor tape and I stapled the poster board, crepe paper, and tissue paper to itself (after wrapping it over the hula hoop). For the poster board, I started with standard size poster boards in various neon colors, then I cut it into long strips. I used a 2″circle craft punch to cut holes down the length of the strips. Then I used a hot glue gun to secure the circle cut outs to baker’s twine. I glued two circles to each other with the twine in between.

      I hope that helps!

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    1. Amber

      To a hula hoop, I secured strips of ribbon, crepe paper streamers, poster board with circles punched out, tissue paper fringe, and nylon surveyor tape (available at home depot in various neon colors). I tied on the ribbon and surveyor tape and I stapled the poster board, crepe paper, and tissue paper to itself (after wrapping it over the hula hoop). For the poster board, I started with standard size poster boards in various neon colors, then I cut it into long strips. I used a 2″circle craft punch to cut holes down the length of the strips. Then I used a hot glue gun to secure the circle cut outs to baker’s twine. I glued two circles to each other with the twine in between.

      I hope that helps!

      Reply
    1. Amber

      To a hula hoop, I secured strips of ribbon, crepe paper streamers, poster board with circles punched out, tissue paper fringe, and nylon surveyor tape (available at home depot in various neon colors). I tied on the ribbon and surveyor tape and I stapled the poster board, crepe paper, and tissue paper to itself (after wrapping it over the hula hoop). For the poster board, I started with standard size poster boards in various neon colors, then I cut it into long strips. I used a 2″circle craft punch to cut holes down the length of the strips. Then I used a hot glue gun to secure the circle cut outs to baker’s twine. I glued two circles to each other with the twine in between.

      I hope that helps!

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  2. Susan

    did you use glo in dark paint to paint all the items you attached to hoola hoop? Of if there’s black lighting does neon colors glo automatically????

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