1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar.
2. Add diamond glitter.
3. Seal the top of the jar with a lid.
Can't wait to give it a try. My kids are going to love it!
Today we celebrated my daughter Ella's 4th birthday.
Ella’s wish this year was to have a rainbow unicorn themed party with a visit from a princess and a pink
On the eve of Ella’s party we crept out into the garden, sprinkled fairy dust on the lawn, lit a candle and made a wish for a princess to come the next day. We hung the
candle from a tree branch so the fairies could find their way to collect the wish.
An early start on the birthday morning, Ella jumped out of bed and ran to check if the fairies had left anything for her on the tree. To her delight she found a note from the fairies saying they had visited last night and wished her a magical birthday.
After a hearty breakfast of princess porridge (porridge with rainbow sprinkles on top) Ella and I got busy preparing for her party. Together we blew up balloons, hung fringe streamers and cut fairy bread for the food boxes.
Ella’s friends arrived and there was a chorus of giggles as the girls opened presents together.
After a game of pass-the-parcel it was time for Princess Belle and Princess Primrose from An Enchanted Party to arrive. Ella was thrilled to see the princesses. Her wish had come true!
Hungry from playing games, listening to princess tales and dancing the morning away, it was time for a delicious rainbow tea party in the garden followed by cake.
It was a wonderful day filled with sunshine, girly giggles and sugary smiles.
The birthday girl is now tucked up in bed dreaming of princesses, pink unicorns and Princess Belle’s magical kingdom in the clouds.