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silky soft sensory play

You only need two ingredients to make this silky soft sensory play...baking soda and be honest you may not even need the baking soda..I used it to try it make it thick but I am thinking it could be done without....We added one cup of each to a bowl and used a electric  hand mixer till it turned into foam. When done it smelled amazing and was so soft. It was a activity we started in a bin and was able to then take it to our sink and play with it in more ways. Adding water was pretty fun for both my kids and it gave a different feeling. They loved it.  


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