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    These magic milk colors have been on our to-do list for a long time (like ever since I first got on Pinterest long). I’m sure you can tell by the photo above, this project is the perfect mix of art, science, and fun. I’ve seen the idea several places over the last few months but …
    August 22, 2011

    Magic Milk Paint--pour whole milk in a bowl, add food coloring and take a toothpick dipped in a little dishsoap and watch the magic begin! Great project for kids:)

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