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Candy Cane Slime

This is by far my favorite slime we made. It was a little sticky to hands but totally worth it.
To make this I used one bottle of white school glue, borax, water, and peppermint extract.
First in one bowl pour half of a bottle of school glue and about half a cup of water. Then add in some red food coloring and peppermint extract. Mix good
Then in another bowl pour the rest of the school glue and another half cup of water. Mix this well too.
Lastly in another bowl mix one cup of water with one teaspoon of borax.
Then mix half the borax water into each bowl and keep mixing till slime forms.
It did not take long for our red slime to form, only about 3 mins. The white took a little longer.
I then let my daughter mix them together as she pleased.


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