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Crystal slime

one bottle of glitter slime
one baby diaper
mixing stick and cup
liquid starch

First empty the bottle of water into a cup then fill the bottle 3/4 with water and dump that in. Now using water wet the diaper till it is full and take out the gel inside, add some to the glue mix and mix. 
Slowly pour in some liquid starch and keep mixing till slime forms. 
The more you play the less sticky it will get and if you let it sit before play for few mins. that will also help if your slime is sticky. 
This slime had the most coolest feeling, it was fluffy but the gel added a different texture. A recipe I highly recommend for sensory play!


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