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Frozen flower ice play

After making our flower perfume yesterday we had lots of flowers left over.
flower perfume ( http://funthingstodowithurkidz.blogspot.com/2015/07/easy-to-make-flower-perfume.html)
So we decided to add more water and freeze them.
This is how they turned out ^
Beautiful colors


 We added ours to some water in our water table and just let the kids have fun with them. They smelled amazing and as they melted all the flower petals came loose witch was a added sensory bonus.

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