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Halloween Treasure rocks!

how to make-
Mix bakign soda with water. Adding the water slowly till it becomes moldable. 
note- if you want to make it colored add some food coloring to the water before you mix it toghter.
Then model some into a shape. We did pumpkins (trick- if you have cookie cutters it works very easy)
Once done add a small toy to the middle and cover with the rest of the mixture.
Let dry (can take anywere from a couple of hours to over night)
Once dry let you'r kid/kids have fun breakign them open or using a spray bottle spray with vinegar find the treasure!

also to make the faces we used a marker once it was almost dry





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