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Easter slime

one bottle of glue
food coloring of our choice
liquid starch
cup to mix it in
stick to mix it with

Start by pouring the glue into a cup and mixing that with the food coloring of our choice. Then slowly add in the liquid starch till the slime forms. After awhile it is easier to mix by hand. We let it sit for a few minutes before play. I normally see people add water to this recipe but I found leaving it out is way better. 
Remember this is not edible and is for kids not little ones who might mouth it.


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