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Christmas foam slime

This is a putting a twist on regular slime recipes. What you will need~
Shaving cream
food coloring(we also used washable paint and it worked fine)
liquid starch  

Steps~(for one color) 
fill a bowl with shaving cream
add food coloring and mix
then add in 1/3 bottle of glue, mix again
Last, slowly pour in about 3/4 cup of liquid starch and keep mixing till slime forms 
(wont take long)

We added in different things to play with like glitter and Christmas toys. 
This slime was soft and the coloring did not stain. 

Yes, even mama got in on playing. It looked to neat to not play with. 

Great thing about this slime was how stretchy it was.


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