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  • Leigh Voruz

    DIY bouncy balls from common household items. Another idea for summer crafts!

  • Berry Pimbo

    DIY :: How to Make Bouncy Balls from Common Household Items! Great rainy day activity!!!

  • Amber Flint

    Going to try this, homemade bouncy balls. borax (found in the laundry section of most grocery stores) cornstarch white glue (e.g., Elmer's glue - makes an opaque ball) or blue or clear school glue (makes a translucent ball) warm water food coloring (optional) measuring spoons spoon or craft stick to stir the mixture 2 small plastic containers for mixing marking pen watch with a second hand metric ruler zip-lock plastic baggie

  • S Dossey

    Random But Cool: How to Make Bouncy Balls from Common Household Items! Borax, cornstarch, glue, food coloring, and water.

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