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Minecraft blob slime


This was made for my Mindcraft loving kids. We added some legos and other Mindcraft toys to make a quite play time idea while I got dinner done. 

What you will need for Blob slime~
One bottle of glue (for each color you make)
water
food coloring (we went with green cause blobs are green in Mindcraft)  
liquid starch 
mixing stick and cup

First empty the bottle of glue in a cup, then fill the bottle back up with water and add that. Now add food coloring and mix. Once well mixed slowly add in the liquid starch, you do not need a lot. The more you add the less the slime will flow. That is it. I normally let mines sit for a moment before giving it to kids to play with but it is not needed. 

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