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Clever & Creative Mad Scientist Party for Kids

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From pint-sized white lab coats, goggles & checkered bow ties to clever periodic table chocolate bar wrappers, Cris of Crissy’s Crafts is absolutely bubbling over with creative Mad Scientist Party Ideas! One look at these pics and the evidence is clear… elements like colored drinks served in beakers, treats inspired by lab equipment, and stylish printables from Bird’s Party are the perfect ingredients for great party chemistry!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Edible white chocolate lab rats & blue brains displayed on clip board “trays” (genius!)
  • Lava Lamp, Glitter Green Slime and Crystal Bubble “experiments”
  • Slimy gummy worms in petri dishes & M&M filled test tubes
  • Atom & microscope printable cupcake toppers & bottle wraps!
  • A “blackboard” (black wrapping paper) backdrop scribbled with scientific formulas

mad scientist costume

test tube push cakes

chemistry science party sign

h20 water bottle wraps

kids mad scientist party with cute kids place settings

glitter utensils

mad scientist cupcakes

mad scientist experiments

mad scientist chocolate bars

test tube cake

chemistry science party

mad scientist favors


PARTY DETAILS, as told by Cris

What is a better way to learn about Science than having a Mad Scientist party? Our dessert table was turned into a real lab with edible sweets like atom balls, lab rats, brains, frogs, crystal rock and bacteria culture, to name a few.

The party icons from the Mad Scientist printable collection were used to decorate the push up pops to look like real test tubes, colored water was served in a Beaker set, jello with gummy balls and worms in petri dish and green and blue M&Ms in test tubes were a must to make the edible lab a success.

The science wall decall was used as a backdrop to make the edible lab more realistic.

To add more details to the dessert table, a snake and a giant ant were displayed in glass containers and metal trays were used to display some of the goodies. To add more fun, the children’s table was also styled to resemble a lab. A microscope, funnels and beakers were added to the table along with coordinating partyware.

Some of our mad scientist projects were Lava Lamp, Glitter Green Slime and Crystal Bubbles.

The party favors were Mad Scientist totes for the girls and fabric string bags for the boys filled with pop rock magic potion, bubbles in test tubes and glow in the dark bouncy balls.

It was a MAD FUN party!

Vendor Credit
By |2017-03-31T11:05:24-07:00October 23rd, 2012|Kids Birthday, Parties for Boys|

About the Author:

Hi, I’m Alyssa, and I love seeing all the inspiration on HWTM! Aside for my obvious love of design, parties, and blogging, here are a few random things about me…

1. I’ve done 3 triathlons.

2. I just got married on 3.14.15

3. I’m from Miami, Florida.

4. My 4 favorite Hostess INK collections are Birthday-saurus, Farm birthday, Baby Bistro, and Retro Rainbow.

5. I love to cook but hardly, if ever, repeat dinner recipes.


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  2. Nicole - Million Dollar $mile Celebrations October 23, 2012 at 9:42 pm

    Totally amazing, amusing, and MAD details! Love every smart idea!

  3. shenzhang October 24, 2012 at 12:33 am

    Magic party ideas for kids, magic dress.

  4. Bird's Party October 24, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    Oh how cool! LOVED what Cris did with he printables, she's always so beyond creative! Thanks for the shout out too Alyssa! ;)

  5. Leslie October 24, 2012 at 7:07 pm

    Those chocolate rats are both freaky and cute all at once!

  6. Michelle - I DO invitations by michelle October 25, 2012 at 4:53 am

    This is seriously amazing! Love it all Crissy!!

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  9. CHelsey July 29, 2013 at 8:31 pm

    How did you make the white chocolate rats???

  10. stephanie September 30, 2013 at 1:46 pm

    love the idea! where can i order the banner?

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  12. faigy February 18, 2015 at 6:42 pm

    I love all your details! Can you let me know where to find the test tubes that you filled with M&M’s or what size they are?
    Thank you!

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