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    • Diane Pfile

      The Recipe Room: "Home Made Lava Lamp" Here's a recipe to keep your kids entertained on a rainy afternoon: You will need: A clear plastic bottle, (we used 1 liter, but you could use any clear drink bottle.) Water, Oil, Food coloring, Alkaseltzer Tablets

    • Cindy Collins-Jenkins

      Alka Seltzer Blob Bottles or Homemade Lava Lamp. Place bottle in a pie or cake pan. Fill have with water and half with cooking oil leaving an inch of room at the top of the bottle. Add 10 drops of food coloring. Now, add 1/4 an Alka-Seltzer tablet and watch the bubbles of water rise up through the oil. Add another piece of Alka-Seltzer after the bubbles have stopped.

    • Cheryl Ulmer

      DIY lava lamp. Need: 1 Liter (or any size) bottle, regular water, cooking oil, food coloring, and Alka Seltzer. Pour 3 quarters of a cup of water into the bottle, then fill the bottle the rest of the way up with your cooking oil. Next you want to wait for a little bit or until the water has settled at the bottom of the bottle and the oil at the top of it. Then pick your favorite color and pour about 8 drops of the food coloring into the b...

    • Andrea Packham

      Alka Seltzer Blob Bottles! Need: 1 Liter bottle, water, cooking oil, food color, and Alka Seltzer. Pour 3/4 C water into bottle, fill the rest with cooking oil. Wait for the water to settle at the bottom and the oil at the top. Pick favorite color and add 8 drops (let drops get to division between oil and water). Drop 1-2 Alka Seltzer tablets in and watch the FUN begin! Once bottle has settled back down 30 min-hour just cap and keep, it works over and over again.

    • Leanne Petitt

      Alka Seltzer Blob Bottles!! So Cool!! Need: plastic bottle, regular water, cooking oil, food coloring, and Alka Seltzer. Pour 3/4 cup water into the bottle, then fill the bottle the rest of the way with cooking oil. Wait for the liquids to settle Pick your favorite food color - add about 8 drops. Now drop 1-2 Alka Seltzer tablets into the bottle and watch the FUN begin!! Once your bottle has settled back down again 30 mins- hour later just cap it and keep it, it works over and over again!!

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