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Kinetic sand bottle

Who doesn't love playing with Kinetic sand?! Its soft, easy to shape, and free flowing. It is also dust free and easy to clean.
Today we decided to try something new sense we have few of these Voss water bottles left. We added water to the bottle and poured some Kintic sand in it.  We did not pack the sand in, we juts let it flow from our hands to the bottle. It ended up being so nice! The pictures do not show the full effect of this bottle. 

When shaken the sand moves every where, then as you let it sit it moves back either at the top or bottom. 
When you are done playing just dump the water and let the sand dry for more fun!~

Find out more that we do with Kinetic sand in our next future post. 


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