Babes! I had the best time putting on a fabulous Birthday PARTYYYYY for my mini! It was seriously a blast and the best part was hearing "This is the best party I've ever been to!" from her friends! I had each girl make their very own GLITTER snow globe tumbler! And while a bunch of 8yr olds surrounded by glitter may sound scary to some, it was actually quite easy to clean up!
Let's get into it!
What you'll need:
Acrylic Snow Globe Tumblers from Mother Tumbler (These come Pre-drilled with a hole!)
GLITTER- Lot's of it! I recommend a mix of chunky holographic, opal and metallic glitters. (Glitter Heart Co. has ALL OF THESE & more! LAURENQ15 saves ya!)
UV Resin- I used this one from CCDIY
I planned in advance for this party and asked all the parents for their child's favorite colors so I could personalize their tumblers beforehand.
My daughter picked out Alexia Bright font from Creative Fabrica to use on all the tumblers and I think she made a great choice! We chose our vinyl colors and got to cutting using my Cricut Explore 3. Usually vinyl day is my least favorite day but I really did enjoy hanging out with my mini while we cut and weeded the vinyl ( I made her help me, haha!).
PRO TIP: use disposable table cloths so you can wrap everything up at the end of the party! This came in clutch and all I needed to do was vaccuum a tiny bit and the glitter was all cleaned up. Also, I use a hand held Dyson vacuum and it's SO GREAT with getting up glitter!
The kids put their glitter into the bottom of their tumblers and I assisted just a little bit. Once they were done I took the tumblers to fill up with my magical solution and distilled water and sealed the bottoms with some UV Resin all while they played.
I wish I got a better picture of them all finished and together but the girls were SO EXCITED to use them.
I HIGHLY recommend having a tumbler party- you won't regret it!