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Secented baked cotton ball pumpkin

Need-
cotton balls
flour
water
pumpkin spice
food coloring 

First make the mix, to do this mix one cup of flour and 1 cup of water. We made 3 bowls of this mix(one for each color)
Then add the colors you will use to each bowl and mix. (we used green, orange(red and yellow mix) and a dark green (was every color mixed)
In the orange mix in a little bit of pumpkin spice.

note- the mix should not be too sticky, if it is add some more water.

Then dip the cotton balls in each color and lay them on a tray. Making a pumpkin (I just covered a baking sheet with tin foil and it worked)

Once done palce in a 400 degree oven for 45mins.

Let cool and then let your little one have fun breaking apart the pumpkin or place a hole in the top and hang up!

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