100 Years of Pajamas | Glamour
How to Have a Glam A Pajama Party
Cut cute mismatched pajamas from patterned scrapbook paper.Glue a plain T-shirt shape to a patterned pant cut-out and write the party information on the T-shirt. Ask guests to bring an old pillowcase to use for a craft.
Before the guests come, about 2 to 3 hours before, decorate the place that your going to have the sleepover at with comfy pillows, blankets, bean bags, mirrors or anything sparkly, shiny or at least pretty.
Get the party started by giving your friends a small gift bag filled with lots of glam.Include a small hairbrush and a pair of flip-flops to use for a craft. These items can be found at a dollar store or craft store. Other fun things would be a small mirror and sparkly hair accessories.
Turn a plain cake into a colorful masterpiece!Press small and chewy candies onto a store-bought vanilla-frosted cake. Keep the cake in the refrigerator until guests arrive.
Hold a pajama fashion show!Walk down a pretend catwalk to music. Don't forget to smile for the camera.
Use an old pillowcase for a craft.Draw a shape, such as a star, on a piece of fleece and trace around it, leaving a border. Cut it out. Repeat until you have 4 different sizes. Using fabric glue, attach the shapes to the pillowcase. Let dry. Tie a ribbon around the bag to close it. Use the bag for your next slumber party-it's perfect for holding your sleepover gear.
Cut felt into shapes and use fabric glue to attach the layers together.Cut a slit near the top and string a ribbon through. Tie it to your zipper and trim the ends.
Keep your hair from getting too messy while you sleep.Tightly tie ribbons into tiny bows around a stretchy headband. Trim the ends of the ribbons.
Turn a pair of flip-flops into silly slippers.Trace each flip-flop onto fleece. Cut out the shapes, and cut a slit where the thong needs to fit. Glue the fleece to the flip-flop. Glue a craft boa to the thong. Let dry.
In a blender, combine 3 cups vanilla frozen yogurt with 3 cups orange juice.Blend well. Pour into glasses. Serves two.
Cut a strip of non-adhesive VELCRO brand closure into small squares.Glue rhinestones to one side. Let dry. To use, separate squares, place a thin layer of hair in between the squares, and press together.
Make a brush beautiful by gluing rhinestones to the back of a mini hairbrush.Let dry. Do the same to a mirror.
Dance!Girls stand in a line with their eyes covered. No one opens her eyes until she has been tapped on the shoulder. The girl at one end starts by opening her eyes, tapping the girl next to her, showing her a dance move, and then covering her eyes. The second girl taps the third girl, shows her the dance move, adds her own dance move, and covers her eyes again. Keep passing the dance on until everyone has added a move. The last girl says, "Eyes open!" and shows everyone the entire dance routine.
Ask guests to sit in a circle.Each girl turns to the person on her right. In the middle of the circle is a pile of hair accessories-headbands, barrettes, and hair elastics. On "Go!" everyone must style the hair of the girl in front of her in only 5 minutes. You can't check the hairstyle from the front to see how it looks--just try to make the silliest hairstyle you can! Be careful not to pull or tangle anyone's hair.
Make a booklet full of funny questions.Pass the book around to your friends. At the end, read everyone's answers aloud.
Bedtime story.This game is fun to play when you're lying your sleeping bags. Start the game by passing a stuffed animal back and forth to each girl. Every time you get the stuffed animal, you have to add one word to the story. See how long-and silly-your bedtime story gets. No sleeping until the story is over!
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How to be a great hostess:
- Turn on the charm. A hostess's number-one job is to make all her guests feel comfortable and welcome. Greet everyone with a smile and tell each guest how glad you are that she could come.
- During the party, keep your eyes on the action. Are people getting tired of the game you're playing? Switch to a new activity. Do your guests look hungry? Bring out the snacks!
- Laugh it off. Even if you've planned carefully, something may go wrong. Remember, that it's not the end of your party. If you keep your sense of humor, the flub might even make the day more fun.
- Mingle and move your feet. Go ahead-be the life of the party. Chat away, laugh lots, and be the first one on the dance floor. Have a good time, and your friends will, too.
- Be yourself. After all, your friends came to your party because they like you.
- If your friends start to feel homesick or uncomfortable, be there to support them and help them to feel better. It's never fun when you feel left out or when you are missing your parents.
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