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  • Suzanne Jameson Varnes

    COOL project for the kids... Milk, food coloring & dish soap

  • Carynn Ruditys

    All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. So cool! Art project. Fun for kids on a rainy day.

  • Cheryl Johnson

    DIY Milk Art~ All you need is a plate, Milk (2% or higher), Food Coloring and Dish Soap. It's also a great science eperiment/project for kids!

  • Stephanie Radford

    All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. So cool! Art project: a layer of 2% milk or higher, food colouring then drops of dish soap

  • Anna Elyse

    All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. Kids art project

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Milk Art. All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. This year in Chemistry I got to test out this project, but my group did it wrong and it didn't come out right. I would love to try again and make a complete piece of art out of it. The colors flow however they want and you can't control it. It's art just the way it is made.

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