Our slime parties are becoming really popular and we had a slimetastic time with Olivia and her friends, making glittery slime, fluffy slime and jiggly slime (my favourite)!
At our slime parties, each child has their own apron, bowl and spoon and all the ingredients they need to make our super slime recipe. We have slime charms too which look great in your slime creations!
Slime parties need to be held in a space with no carpet. This is Alburgh Village hall, which is a perfect local venue for one. The slime can get messy and go on the floor so a space like this, with wooden flooring is fab!
All the ingredients we use are safe for children to handle and easy to find. We don’t use anything that would harm them if ingested, (sometimes slime can look tasty) or would irritate the skin.
We have lots of paint and glitter to choose from so your slime can be any colour you like and as sparkly as you want it to be! Below are just some of the 30 slimes that were made at Olivia’s party!
We want to wish Olivia a very Happy 5th Birthday and thank you for choosing Rooblidoo to help to celebrate!!!
The Easter weekend was a busy one down at Southwold Pier and what a view we had over the four days!
We had our very own gazebo just passed the clock tower, where we painted faces and made slime all weekend.
The most popular face paint was definitely a bunny. It was great to paint lots of them and watch as they hopped off to do the Easter bunny trail along the pier; a fun and free activity for the family!
Another very special event over the weekend was the free magic show. We loved hearing the music and cheers from the crowd as Josh performed his show at the end of the pier.
Above are just a few images of the faces we painted from Friday to Sunday.
On Monday we put up our pop up Slime Station for some slimetastic fun! !
We absolutely loved our time at the Pier this weekend and can’t wait to get back down there very soon for the May bank holiday!