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  • Amber Tolly

    Silly Sludge Recipe - half slime, half silly putty -- perfect to keep little hands busy at any party. acrylic paint works better than food coloring

  • Christiana Swafford

    DIY- Silly Sludge Recipe - half slime, half silly putty

  • Amanda Bruce

    here's how to make homemade Silly Sludge ~ Sugar Bee Crafts #kids

  • Karla Derbyshire

    Love this idea to make Silly Sludge (like Silly Putty) from Borax, glue and food coloring! Via @Sugar Bee Crafts

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Silly Putty This recipe calls for TWO (that’s IT) ingredients. I love that! You will need: white, multi purpose glue (I used Elmer’s – 1 cup) liquid starch (I used Sta-Flo – 1/2 cup) optional: food coloring *You can make more/less putty than we did – just stick to a “2 parts glue, 1 part starch” combo to achieve optimal putty.

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Silly Sludge ~ Sugar Bee Crafts

Magnetic Silly Putty great for object lessons and activities Black Putty: When we sin a little, we always end up sinning more than we thought we would. Sin grows, and draws more bad things to it. And once it starts, it sticks to you. Lighter colored putty: When we do good things, God can send more good things out way. Good things stick to us too, just like bad things do.

magnetic silly putty-science play ideas are just spinning in my head-do you and your children play with magnets?

Slime! 1/2 c Elmers glue, 1/2 c water, 1/4 tsp borax, food coloring. Mix half the water with the glue, and half with the borax. Add food coloring to one of the solutions. Pour one solution into the other while mixing continuously. Knead until it sticks to itself. Toxic, do not ingest.