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Sleepover Part 2 : Games

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1. Take the blindfolded makeup challenge.
Get into pairs and choose one person to put a blindfold on (like a scarf or eye mask). That person then puts the makeup on their partner. Once they have finished, the other person takes their turn. Make sure you take pictures once you are all done and try and avoid mirrors until the challenge is complete. Here is Marcus Butler attempting the challenge with Zoella:


2. Recreate catwalk designs in the ‘Foil Fashion Game’
The aim of the game is to make the best outfit out of tinfoil (or aluminium foil). You can play it in groups or individually. You will need 2 or 3 rolls of tinfoil to play depending on group size. You could make dresses, skirts, accessories, you could even recreate some of the amazing Oscar dresses from this year’s event. Click here for some inspiration where this amazing mum and her 4 year old daughter recreate red carpet dresses for fun on Instagram.


3. Take part in a sweet hunt
Make sure you ask your friends to bring torches with them. Before everyone arrives, hide packets of sweets around your garden (get someone in your family to help). When it gets darker, take everyone into your garden with their torches and go hunting for sweets!


4. Go colour crazy with the spin the nail polish game
Get you and your friends into a circle and then place lots of nail varnishes in the centre. The first girl will pick a nail varnish colour and spin the nail varnish on its side. Whoever the nail varnish lid is pointing to when it stops has to paint one of her fingernails with that colour. Then that person picks a colour and spins the bottle and so on. Keep going round the circle until everyone’s nails are painted in multi-colours!


5. Find out more about each other with a question ball game
Before the sleepover, buy a large inflatable ball (like you’d get when on holiday). In permanent marker, write questions all over it. Get everyone into a circle and throw the ball to one of your friends. The person who catches the ball has to answer the question that their right thumb is touching. When they have answered the question, they throw the ball to another person. Questions you could ask could be: Who is your favourite pop star? What are you most scared of? Who is your secret crush? What is your favourite thing you own?


Top tip: Choosing a theme for your sleepover party can make a sleepover unique and a night to remember. You can pick a theme for dressing up (e.g. animal onesies), a food theme (like Italian or Mexican) or even have a theme for the entire evening.


Do you have any sleepover ideas or games that you would like to share?

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Erin

Another rendition of the nail polish game is to make a circle with the nail polish bottles and get a spinner or a water bottle and spin it. The colour it lands on is what you paint your first nail. Better for when there is just two of you

Moi

This sleepover game is so much fun! You need: -Balloons -Paper -Pens/Pencils -A sharp object Instructions: Everyone in the group takes a piece of paper, then writes a truth or dare on it. (be sure to keep it secret) You then put the paper into a balloon then blow it up. Once you and your friends are satisfied with the number of balloons on the ground stand back and look at your work. Then one at a time you pop a balloon and complete the truth or dare which is written on the paper. Have fun ! xo

Princxssallyy

Love these ideas! Look so fun x

gah

So cool having a sleepover tomaz night gonna watch hairspray

Chelsea

OMG Apple same! My bff watches 18's horror movies and I can't even watch some 12's!! 😊💞

Grace Shine

FUN IDEAS YOU COULD TRY! You could do a quiz! Try a quiz about each other, see who knows the most about you! Water fight!!!!!!!!! Hide and seek! (could do it in the dark with a torch light!) Karaoke! Have fun! :) xxxx Hope you all have a laugh!

Ellie-Lou

I love lil lets

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