Neon Party

Last night I attended a neon party. I have to admit I was a little sceptical at first as it’s the middle of winter and neon colours are generally not my thing – BUT, I am happy to be wrong. I had a fabulous time. The black lights, the face paint and the novelty of all things ‘glowing’ made for a really upbeat and ‘hip’ night. This is a theme that all generations embraced, enjoyed and ​loved. I am so glad that the birthday girl (a very close friend of mine) had a great night. 

This theme really showed how clever, creative and upbeat she really is. Jess has the rare ability to bring groups of people from all walks of life together. She makes them laugh, feel wanted, happy and comfortable. I am so blessed to have someone with such a beautiful heart in my life.

Chloe’s Oil Sensory Bottle

What you need:

  • Plastic bottle
  • Sequins
  • Food dye
  • Water
  • Cooking oil
  • Craft glue

What to do:

  1. Pour some water into your bottle
  2. Add some food dye (only a few drops)
  3. Put in some sequins
  4. Fill almost to the top with cooking oil
  5. Secure the lid and then glue it shut
  6. When the glue is dry – it’s time to play!

Chloe’s Sensory Bottles

What you need:

  • Plastic drink bottle
  • Food dye
  • Glitter
  • Craft glue

What to do:

  1. Fill the bottle almost to the top with water
  2. Add glitter and food dyes  

         3. Secure lid and glue on  


Note: glue the lid down with PVA!!!