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Scented foam play

We have made foam before using dish soap,(recipie for regular foam it was a big hit.
So this time we changed things up some.
I used different kinds of shampoo for different smells, again adding some water to a bowl then shampoo then what ever food coloring you would like and using a handmixer to make the foam. Then scooping the foam out and palcing it in another bowl to be played with.
We also added glitter in for fun.

Other ways you can make secented foam~
use dish soap instead of shampoo and add different extracts or spices. Both work nice.


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