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Tuesday, June 17, 2014
I made my own colored powder and I bought some so I could see if there was a big difference. The powder I made needed more color so I learned my lesson. I am still convinced that I could save money by making my own, but next time I will add more food coloring to the powder.
What you will need:
Step 1. Colored Powder
Step 2. Shaved Ice
Step 3. Glow in the Dark Bracelets
After the throwing was over everyone still had a lot of color on their hands so they rubbed it off on the birthday boy.
We hired a Shave Ice trailer to give out Hawaiian Shave Ice at the party. It was a huge hit.
Friends, Colored Powder, Shaved Ice, what more could you want in a Party?
The Birthday Boy Loved the Super Sized Mixed Flavored Treat
Monday, June 2, 2014
Mix cornstarch, water and food coloring in a kitchen aid until well blended.
The powder will dry into a very soft brick.
Measure Powder into 1/2 cup portions and put in sandwich bags.
I used the fold over sandwich bags because they are
so cheap and I have a sealer.
I put wrapping paper around a Cheetos box to store the colors in
Feel Free to Copy and Print Recipe
What Makes A Perfect Surprise Birthday Party For a 15 Year Old Boy
Color Powder War
Shave Hawaiian Ice
Color Powder Everywhere
All The Fun is Played Out on a Sand Volleyball Court
Now You Are Talking
Thank You Hug For Mom
|Time For a Break Before the Night Games Start|
After Dark We Played Dodge Ball With Glow Bracelets.