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Pumpkin spice secented putty

how to make-
3/4 teaspoons of borax
1 1/3 cups very warm water 

then in a different bowl mix
2 cups of white school glue
1 1/2 cups very warm water
orange food coloring (or red and yellow to make orange)
Pumpkin pie spice

then slowly pour the borax water in the other bowl mixing constantly till the putty has formmed.

note-mines was a little sticky for a few mins then fine, so do not worrie if it starts that way or if you tihnk you made it a little to watery.
also you may not use all the borax water, that is fine
last thing this should be a craft parents make for kids casue breathing in dust that may come off of ur borax is not good to breath in, but once mixed is fine.


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