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Marker slime

one marker of any color ( can even use scented!)
one bottle of glue
liquid starch
cup to mix it in
stick to mix it with

First thing to do is remove the inside of the marker. Its not that easy but I found the best way was to cut right threw the middle. Then pour the glue into a cup and squeeze the felt  into the glue so just enough coloring comes out. Mix. Then slowly pour the liquid starch into the cup and keep mixing till slime forms. After awhile it is easier to mix by hand. Let it sit for few minutes and done! 
The first picture is  the marker slime mixed with another slime I made awhile ago. If kept in a air tight jar it will last awhile. 


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