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Lego Party Ideas: Lego Hand Sanitizer

by Megan

Planning a Lego party? There are so many cute things you can do to make your party extra special! See my whole page of Lego party ideas here! Today I’m sharing a really neat idea that my mom actually found on Pinterest: Lego hand sanitizer!

LEGO Party Ideas: LEGO Hand Sanitizer

I don’t think I have to tell you that hand sanitizer is a good thing to have at a party! It’s there for everyone to use when it’s time to eat, or if the kids’ hands get dirty doing an activity. If your party is outdoors, it solves the problem of not having running water with which to wash your hands. And I don’t know about you, but when I’m around lots of children, I tend to use hand sanitizer every few minutes…

But why not make it match the party decor if you can?! This actually works with soap as well. Here’s my detailed tutorial:

Lego Hand Sanitizer

Step One:
Buy clear hand sanitizer and/or soap.

Step Two:
Insert Legos.

Yeah that’s about it. They stick in the liquid and float there!

We threw a Lego movie party for my 6-year-old this year, and even though we had many different activities, a popcorn machine, a sno-cone machine, and a custom cake, the hand sanitizer was the hit of the party! Well at least for the adults. I saw a lot of people do a double-take, and everyone thought it was really cool.

Another variation you could do would be to just use Lego people in the hand sanitizer! They’d look pretty cute!

Like I said, we found this idea on Pinterest, so you can take a look there to see what other people have done. Some filled up the container with lots of Legos, while we just included a few. I like seeing the space around each brick- really makes it look like they are floating! But that’s just a matter of preference.

Looking for more Lego party ideas? Click the collage below, and have fun throwing your own Lego bash!

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Emma May 2, 2016 - 4:43am

Love this adorable idea! I’m having the problem of the Legos floating up to the top after a couple of hours. Did this happen to yours as well? Thanks!

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Megan May 3, 2016 - 11:58am

Hmm, no we didn’t have that problem. In fact they stayed where we put them for weeks afterward! Maybe try a different brand?

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