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Clean mud!

Princess clean mud-
grate one bar of soap then add water (we added two big cups of water) 
Then using toilet paper slowly add it to the mix till you get something like mud. Once that was done (we used about 3/4 roll) we add purple paint and glitter.(the green you see is the soap that didnt melt yet) Fun and smells great!

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clean mud
Supply List
Plastic Dish Cheese Grater
1 Bar of Ivory Soap
1 Quart of Water
3 Rolls of Toilet Paper
1 Tsp. Food Coloring

How-To
Grate The Soap

Tear Up Toilet Paper

Add Water

Add Food Coloring

Mix With Hands

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