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« on: July 11, 2005 10:56:33 PM »

im turning 15 and im having a sleepover party we r gunna have hotdogs, make smores, have strawberry daqueries(dunno if thats how its spelled) hang out and watch a movie and talk but i wanted 2 do sumthing fun and not juvinille(again sry bout the spelling) so if u have any ideas plzplzplz post them!!

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« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2005 01:36:23 AM »

anything crafty would be fun, make jewelry, decorate journals, make stuffed felt monsters.

if your friends can sew . . . and this is my top secret idea . . . make pjs and then wear them! or if you cant sew then get pre made ones and embellish them!!!

hope that gives you some ideas. have fun. happy bday!
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moody1210
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2005 11:22:54 AM »

hey im 15 to!!   its impossible to find ideas for a good sleepova!!!!!     rent out  greece the movie   its  great party starter!!!!    do each others makeup  choose one girl and just do her up completly!!!!    take lotsa piccies!    have a huuuuuuuuuuuuge girly talk!  hhhmmmmmmm wat else?!      get loadsa   sweets ice cream  bowls   etc   then get every1 into pairs and the partners have to make a sunday whoeva makes the best wins!
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« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2005 07:03:08 PM »

I had this idea for a slumber party for my younger sister... I don't know if it's too little-kiddish, but I always have fun coming up with theme parties...

I thought it'd be fun to have a "Pink Ladies night with the girls." At the party you'd, of course watch Grease, have a beauty-school drop out makeover contest (try to give eachother the worst makeovers ever), and play some fun fifties music.  I also thought it'd be fun to decorate the table with old records as the chargers for the plates, and then after you eat you can decorate them into picture frames... of course you'll have to take some fun group pictures to put on them. 

And for food, hot dogs would already go along with the theme, and I was thinking any other diner food, like where they ate in the movie... like hamburgers and stuff.  I also thought it'd be fun to have a make your own milkshake bar instead of cake.... have different kinds of ice cream, and different mix-ins (shakes are the best when you just put a few scoops in a glass, add milk about halfway and mix with a spoon).

Hopefully that's not too much... I just get these ideas sometimes and I can't help but to plan all of the details, haha...

If you don't really want a theme-y party... I think the most fun I had a slumber party around your age was to make a movie w/ someone's video camera.  It entertained us for hours when we made it, and then we had a lot of fun laughing over it afterwards.
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« Reply #4 on: July 13, 2005 02:33:58 PM »

wow i cant even remember all the times that my friends and i just made random "movies" and "commercials" with a video camera.  they're way more fun watching them though because then you can call yourself a dork and laugh at yourself.  its so much fun making them too especially if you and your friends have a weird sense of humor
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« Reply #5 on: July 21, 2005 09:57:56 PM »

I deffinitley think a homade "movie" is a GREAT idea. I do this all the time with my friends and then sometimes when whe have nothing to do we just pop the tape in and get a good laugh at good times. Smiley You can play the flour game. My friends mom taught it to us one night. You just fill a cereal bowl with flour, pack it down, and then like a sand castle carefully dump it out onto a plate. Put a penny in the center and then take turns cutting the flour off around the penny. The person who makes the penny fall has to dig it out with their mouth. It can get pretty messy. I thought it was a lot of fun. I dont know just an idea. Tepee a house and play ding dong ditch. Hope you have a great 15th!
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« Reply #6 on: July 23, 2005 06:06:41 PM »

Worst makeover ever reminds me of something a friend of mine did at her stagette, have someone blindfolded do makeup for another person, hand them the lipstick, and makeup brushes really well loaded and see how close the come.  And if you go for the spa idea, you can make spa wraps out of towels and elastic.
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« Reply #7 on: July 23, 2005 07:07:59 PM »

You just fill a cereal bowl with flour, pack it down, and then like a sand castle carefully dump it out onto a plate. Put a penny in the center and then take turns cutting the flour off around the penny. The person who makes the penny fall has to dig it out with their mouth. It can get pretty messy. I thought it was a lot of fun. I dont know just an idea. Tepee a house and play ding dong ditch. Hope you have a great 15th!

Yeah.... if you do any of those: VIDEO TAPE them!
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« Reply #8 on: July 24, 2005 05:34:35 PM »

we always do these fun crafty things at my friend's parties.

one year we made door hangers with sticky shapes and fabric paint.

last year we decorated pillow cases with fabric paint and markers. be sure to use permanent others will bleed. it's fun to write inside jokes on them and stuff.

and another year she had pictures of us all and we made fun frames with paint and sticky letters.

they all turned out cute, it kept us busy for like three hours haha and we had so much fun.

hope i helped. have fun! <3.
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« Reply #9 on: October 13, 2005 02:18:52 PM »

I deffinitley think a homade "movie" is a GREAT idea. I do this all the time with my friends and then sometimes when whe have nothing to do we just pop the tape in and get a good laugh at good times. Smiley You can play the flour game. My friends mom taught it to us one night. You just fill a cereal bowl with flour, pack it down, and then like a sand castle carefully dump it out onto a plate. Put a penny in the center and then take turns cutting the flour off around the penny. The person who makes the penny fall has to dig it out with their mouth. It can get pretty messy. I thought it was a lot of fun. I dont know just an idea. Tepee a house and play ding dong ditch. Hope you have a great 15th!


ohhhhhhhhhhhhh you mean flour and water not just flour..... i was thinking oh god thats not good the girls could breathe it in and die.... and how do you cut dry flour?? hahaa wow
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« Reply #10 on: October 13, 2005 03:03:50 PM »

What about making your own jewelry?  you can do it while you watch a movie, and everyone gets to take something home without doing silly treat bags.  Just get some inexpensive charms, faux pearls and other fun beads, ear wires and a couple of packs of head and eye pins.  Have a few pairs of plyers on hand so you don't all have to wait too long for the tools.
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« Reply #11 on: October 13, 2005 06:49:02 PM »

as kind of an addition to the homemade movie idea, my friends and i (who are (15-16 yrs. old) we spent the night at a hotel and set up a camcorder int he bathroom, then we all had to write down 3 questions or crazy things to act out. So as we were watching a movie we each in turn went into the bathroom and had to do the certain thing we had randomly drawn. It was really funny to watch afterwards b/c you couldn't not do something and you couldn't tell everyone what is was.  (unless of course they could hear you opera singing directions to your house!)
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« Reply #12 on: October 18, 2005 12:53:21 PM »

What about a scavenger hunt? I saw one on TV over the weekend that was a 'fashion' scavenger hunt and they took Polaroid cameras (although nowadays, everyone has digital cameras, so maybe your friends can each bring theirs) to collect the pieces of the puzzle. You could assign a point-value to each thing, so that some of the harder ones to find are worth more.

Some fun examples could be [maybe you can go to the mall or something?] :
  • mullet
  • fosty pink lipstick
  • mismatched socks
  • quarter in the fountain (if you go to the mall)
  • white shoes after Labor Day
  • plaid pants

Then, you could come home and see who got the most points!
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« Reply #13 on: October 18, 2005 06:49:42 PM »

What about a scavenger hunt? I saw one on TV over the weekend that was a 'fashion' scavenger hunt and they took Polaroid cameras (although nowadays, everyone has digital cameras, so maybe your friends can each bring theirs) to collect the pieces of the puzzle. You could assign a point-value to each thing, so that some of the harder ones to find are worth more.

Some fun examples could be [maybe you can go to the mall or something?] :
  • mullet
  • fosty pink lipstick
  • mismatched socks
  • quarter in the fountain (if you go to the mall)
  • white shoes after Labor Day
  • plaid pants

Then, you could come home and see who got the most points!

I wanted to to that for my sixteenth, but my mom shot it down.  Sad It's a great idea, though!
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« Reply #14 on: October 18, 2005 07:04:02 PM »

I deffinitley think a homade "movie" is a GREAT idea. I do this all the time with my friends and then sometimes when whe have nothing to do we just pop the tape in and get a good laugh at good times. Smiley You can play the flour game. My friends mom taught it to us one night. You just fill a cereal bowl with flour, pack it down, and then like a sand castle carefully dump it out onto a plate. Put a penny in the center and then take turns cutting the flour off around the penny. The person who makes the penny fall has to dig it out with their mouth. It can get pretty messy. I thought it was a lot of fun. I dont know just an idea. Tepee a house and play ding dong ditch. Hope you have a great 15th!

AHH! me and my friends played that game (but with a piece of candy, much nicer than a yucky penny)!  to answer your question bernie724, by "cutting" it, it's basically letting the flour crumble away from the packed "castle" of flour, cuz you know how the flour'll hold its shape and stick together if it's untouched, right?

anyway, scavenger hunt and blind makeover sound like great ideas.

btw, i love juvenile games.  just makes you laugh harder =)

one more thing: i'm turning fifteen too, soon (30th)!
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« Reply #15 on: October 27, 2005 06:23:31 PM »

All the talk about making your own movies reminds me of what we used to do in highschool. MY cousin and I would take the video camera out everywhere we went and play "Cops" like the tv show. We once drove up on a RV that had a kid hanging out the window and I can rememebr holding the video cam and talking about how it was a bus load of illegal immigrants. LOL
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« Reply #16 on: October 31, 2005 09:19:01 PM »

video cameras are a lot of fun- especially when you watch the tape later. what about a kereoke machine? they cost about $100 to rent, but you will get alot of use out of them. making your own sundays is always fun. also, you could make a mix cd for all of your guests as a party foavour. you could put all of your friend's favourite songs on it, as well as music from the night.
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« Reply #17 on: November 07, 2005 08:03:08 AM »

i had a sleepover for my 15th too,
we had a mini disco thing
then we baked brownies which sounds lame but we ended up having a  full on flour fight and we were all covered in flour. was soooo funny so maybe u could bake and start a flour fight, its much better than a water fight at this time of the year!
um, wat else, we took loadsa pics and did some crafty stuff, then ate loads and watched mvies, not forgetting, pedis manis and face masks!
Have fun!
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