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Slime inspired by the new project mc2 dolls

My daughter received one of the new Project Mc2 dolls for Christmas. The doll had came with a volcano experiment and once we did that experiment we were not done. Included in this box was a small beaker made to look like it was filled with something pink. This sparked my daughters imagination! She asked the next day if we could make pink slime as that is what she felt like was in the beaker. Of course we can!! We got everything together~
 one bottle of glue
pink food coloring (so it matched!)
black glitter(she loves glitter) 
liquid starch

Then went to work making this easy slime
In a bowl pour out all the glue, then add in the pink food coloring and glitter and mix. Then slowly pour in the liquid starch while mixing. It does not take much. Keep mixing till slime forms. (it actually happens really quick after the starch is poured in) Let it sit for a minute and it is good to go. 


We took out her experiment toys too. She tried pouring the slime into each tube before placing it on the table to try more out. 

(brush,volcano, and beaker all from the doll set)

The little Mc2 beaker that sparked this idea next to our big beaker.~

After awhile we took the little toys that came with the doll and started stamping into the slime.
My daughter thought the noise they all made was so funny. :)


The dolls shoes worked too!
This was a moms idea to show her just how stretchy this slime could be. This is the stand the doll came with. We laid the slime on the hooks and counted how long it would take for it all to drop. In the end every thing came off clean and easy. This slime can be stored in a air tight container for few days after too!~ 

Do not forget to check out the new Project Mc2 Dolls, we are hoping to get another! ;)
Facebook page for them here~ https://www.facebook.com/ProjectMC2/?fref=ts

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