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DIY squishies

I have been seeing squishies around for awhile now but can not find them in stores, :/ so we tried to make our own. Here is how we did it along with some tips and tricks to try out and side notes of what not to do.
First start with the right sponge. Do not use one with a lot of holes (like we did) Then use puff paint to paint the sponge any way you want. Do not use any other paint. Puff paint dries soft, other paint will make the squishie hard.  (black one was done with other paint) These can be really fun to make and play with. They remind me of stress balls. They can be made into key chins and can be a neat personal gift for friends.

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