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Pumpkin spice coffee play~

I( always wanted to try this and finally got around to making it! Better late then never~
So to make this pumpkin spice coffee rice you start with some uncooked rice, add some orange food coloring and mix with some pumpkin spice. Once dry you then add in some coffee beans. We reused our pink rice from another sensory bin and just added some orange food coloring and spice.
We also added a tea set and some "Friends" to enjoy this with us. In the end it was a lot of fun and made our room smell divine!~


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