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St. Patrick's day slime

in one bowl dump
one 4oz bottle of glue, then refill the bottle with warm water two times and place it in the same bowl
note~ we added glitter, food colorning, gems and coins at this part too

in another bowl mix 1 1/2 cups of warm water with 1/2 teaspoon of borax

Slowly add the borax water to the glue water and mix.
We used most of the water but not all.
After you are done adding the borax water, start mixing with ur hands till slime is formed. Takes about 3mins and done!

My kids love going for a treasure hunt and finding all the gems and coins.

side note~ You can also add some mint extract to make it smell really nice.


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