Make a Mess at Home – Despicable Mess Home Party

We’re seeing yellow! Bring your messy minions today (12th May) to one of the most anticipated parties of the year…it’s Despicable Mess! The mess factory is full of fun sensory activities including Mess Around custard pies, and ‘it’s so fluffy I’m going to die pink soap foam’ Fans of the film will love getting messy at our home Despicable Mess Party. We also show you some fantastic arts and crafts activities that you can do at home from Minion Rocks to rubber glove minions. Check out our resources below from our leaders across the UK. So come and join the minion madness where little ones can go bananas and Mess Around.

Thanks to everyone who got to join us LIVE and to those who missed out here is the video:

Krissy mentioned a huge amount of our FREE Minion themed resources available- here are the links.

How to make Mess Around Custard pies. Take a sauce pan and put half a cup of cornflour, 2 cup of water and a dash of yellow food dye. Heat on the hob and constantly stir until it thickens. Once thicken pour into a pie tray and leave to completely cool. Then add your foam and your pie is ready.

How to make ‘It’s so fluffy I’m going to die pink soap foam. You will need washing up liquid, water and pink food dye. Squeeze dish liquid into a contain and add a dash of pink dye. Then add some cold water and start to mix with your hands. Once the bubbles start to appear then use a hand whisk to create the pink foam.

Create your own Minion Bookmarks with Kelly from Mess Around Lanarkshire.

Emily’s children from Mess Around Oxfordshire  love making footprints, so here’s how to make a Salt Dough Minion footprint.

Check out Minion Rock painting.

Here at Mess Around we love a paper plate and this time we have Minions ones with Kelly from Mess Around Lanarkshire.

Create your own Minion Jam Jars with Alanna from Mess Around South Yorkshire.

These look like so much fun! Rubber Glove minions with Rachelle from Mess Around West Suffolk.

Do you have some spare pegs at home? If so, then create a peg minion with Rimini from Mess Around Derbyshire.

Here at Mess Around we put toilet roll holders to good use and have a fun activity creating Minions here with Kelly from Mess Around Lanarkshire.

Turn your foot into a piece of art and create a Minion Footprint with Emily from Mess Around Oxfordshire.

Create your own Minion Goggles with Rachelle from Mess Around West Suffolk. 

Minions are alway hungry right? Check out this fun Minion snack activity with Alanna from Mess Around South Yorkshire.

More paper plate minion fun from Rimini at Mess Around Derbyshire. 

Link for purchasing a Tuff Tray

Pick up your Home Activity Mess Boxes here

There are LOADS more Messy play and craft ideas over at our blog. Don’t forget to head to our events page to join our next FREE events

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