Kids Crafts: Glow in the Dark

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If you have a creative child around, there are many great craft supplies to keep them busy, and keep you worry-free. Keep the right supplies on hand, and crafting with your kid can be fun and help you build memories that can last well into their lives.

Glow in the Dark Jellyfish Craft with Kristen from Craftiments

Who doesn’t love the magic of glow-in-the dark? Watching things light up is so much fun, and watching something you made light up is pure joy! Like these glow in the dark jellyfish Guest Blogger Kristen from Craftiments showed us, your projects can come to life with a little glow-in-the dark paint! Here are some more fun projects that glow…

Glow in the Dark Bubbles - Growing a Jeweled Rose

Glow in the Dark Bubble RecipeGrowing a Jeweled Rose

All the fun of blowing bubbles with the magic of glowing solution! You don’t have to stop at just blowing the bubbles with solution, check out plenty more fun crafts you can do with glowing bubbles!

Glow in the Dark Slime - A Pumpkin and a Princess

Glow in the Dark SlimeA Pumpkin and a Princess

To make your slime even creepier, why not have it glow? It’s gross and squishy and so much fun!

Glow in the Dark Hula Hoops - Babble

Glow in the Dark Hula HoopsBabble

Hula hooping becomes so much fun when your hoop lights up! Watch the glowing hoop create patterns in the dark as you spin it!

Glow in the Dark Ice Painting - Growing a Jeweled Rose

Glow in the Dark Ice PaintingGrowing a Jeweled Rose

Have tons of fun for one of your final summer nights with some glowing ice painting. Ice painting is a great way to keep cool, and change things up, but this glowing version looks like something even adults will have fun doing!

Glowing Easter Eggs - Caution! Twins at Play

Glowing Easter EggsCaution! Twins at Play

Take scavenger hunts and Easter eggs to the next level by making them glow in the dark. They may be easier to find, but it will look beautiful in your yard, so you’ll have fun just looking at them!

For more ideas for crafting with kids, check out more Kids Crafts Posts.

 

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