Glow In The Dark Drinks

What could be better than a drink that glows in the dark, right? Darn right! My kids thought these were so much fun. We made them on the 4th (which was totally fun). We’re going to do these when we go camping in a couple of weeks too. (We’re not up past dark very often.) =o) I can picture my kids, giant smiles on their faces, sitting around the campfire with these in their hands.

The idea came from Come Together Kids. So cool!

You’ll need glow in the dark bracelets, clear plastic cups and a larger plastic cup.

Snap the glow in the dark bracelet and place in the bottom on the larger plastic cup. Now place the smaller plastic cup inside and push it down to fit snuggly.


It’s that simple! Now fill the smaller glass with something delicious to drink and have fun!

Cool, right?

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Comments

  1. Love this idea! I was thinking, well I’ll read it just in case but I can’t think of anything you can use to make drinks glow in the dark that won’t have serious after effects.

    Cups…dur! Sometimes I wonder if I’m even on this planet! Anyway, thanks for this, I’m so doing this!

    xx

  2. Another great idea from you to try out with my son! Thanks for sharing!

  3. So great, so easy. Can’t wait to try it!

  4. Aren’t they so cool? I love that with just a couple quick steps (and cheap supplies), you can make something so fun!

    Thanks for linking back to me.

    Laura @ Come Together Kids

  5. Love it!
    mickey

  6. Love this idea! We often have backyard firepit gatherings, this would be perfect for them!

  7. What a great idea! Thanks for this! Joni

  8. WOW! I would of never guessed it was that easy. What a fun idea! Love it!!

  9. What a great idea, so fun, thanks for sharing.

  10. How clever is that! Coming to a kids party near me soon – hey forget the kids, adults would love this too! Great idea.

  11. What a fun memory! Thanks for sharing!

  12. Love your ideas, Erin! I’ve recommended your blog to several of my friends who have kids! Thanks for coming over and commenting on my Sunshine Bottles 🙂

  13. What a fun idea, love this!! 🙂

  14. What a cute idea! So simple too!

  15. Love it! I’m adding this to my list (typical reaction, I know)!!!

  16. Emily Ayers says:

    What a cute idea. This would be fun to take to the Drive-in Movies also. 🙂 Thanks for the idea.

  17. how cute! 🙂 And easy too 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Erin!

  18. Oh my gosh, I neeed to do this for the munchkins, pronto! Love the ease too:)

  19. These will also be PERFECT for Halloween. It is never to early to start thinking about Halloween. Love this, thanks for sharing!

  20. Really cool! I think this idea would even be fun for adults, not that I ever stay up past dark often either…lol

  21. I bet the adult were having even more fun then the kids! What a great way of serving drinks. It made it so festive.

  22. These are cool I would have a neon party just so I could show off the drinks!

  23. Fun and easy! Love it!

  24. Easy idea! Why didn’t I think of that?

  25. That is fun! My son is loving glow in the dark things right now. I’ll have to try this next time we go camping as well. Being in the pacific NW, in the summer we’re rarely up past dark either! 🙂 thanks for sharing!

  26. Too cool!! Will have to do this some time soon!

    Found you from the blog hop 🙂 Hope you take a visit to my blog, too! ox

    <3-Cami from First Day of My Life Life

  27. WOW! What a totally clever idea! I’d looove if you’d link it here:

    http://oneartmama.blogspot.com/2011/10/fall-craft-challenge-5-kids-craft-or.html

  28. Great idea! I was relieved to read that the glow in the dark stuff isnt actually in the drinks!

  29. Cara Daymude says:

    What an ingenious idea had to repin thanks for sharing 🙂

  30. K. Finn says:

    That is so cool! Would be great for Halloween or for picnics or barbecues, the Fourth of July – so many occasions.

  31. Sherry Compton says:

    Love this and had never thought of it. This would be great for any party get together whether for kids or adults. It’s easy enough for kids to do and have fun with but unique and inventive enough for adult drinks too.

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