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Giant shower jelly

This was a really fun sensory idea. It is a shower jelly but also could be placed in a water table for outside fun. To make start by heating water in a pot. Then add in any body wash of your choice and the food coloring of your choice. Feel free to add glitter at this point if you like. Then add in unflavored gelatin packs and mix. We bought a big box and used about 16 packs. Place in a conditioner of choice and place in fridge till set. 
side notes~ 
spray mold with non stick spray for easy removal 
when you pour the mix into the mold, use a spoon to remove the bubbles(we didn't when we added the purple and thats why you can clearly see bubbles) 
let one color set before adding another 
it is not edible, of course so best for kids not babies ;p


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