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Vampire Slime

Just in time for Halloween, a craft you can do quickly and probably have the stuff all ready.
Need for this craft~
liquid starch
food coloring
Halloween teeth and anything else you would like to add

In a cup mix the glue with the food coloring. I used two different types of glue one cheap one and one regular school glue. I am pretty sure the cheap dollar store one didn't work while the one I normally use did. So my mix was some what liquid and slimy. It was pretty neat actually. Once the food color is mixed in add liquid starch a little at a time till the slime forms. I had to add a lot because of that off brand glue.  To finish mix with hands and done! Just add teeth and any other add on's. 
If you do not want kids to get dirty before Halloween place slime and anything else in a zip lock bag, and let them poke and find everything hidden. It is just as fun!


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