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  • Bryn Wittmayer - Wittmayer Social Media

    Silly Putty How to! - this is a fantastic blog with lots of fun kid's activities

  • Amber Davies

    homemade silly putty and play dough!

  • Stephanie Fernandez

    Glow in the dark silly putty. (Great kid craft website!)

  • Wendy Bond

    Glow in the Dark Homemade Silly Putty Materials: 1. Glue 2. Glow in the dark paint... we tried several. So far glo away by Plaid gave the best glow. 3. Liquid starch. WHAT DOES LIQUID STARCH LOOK LIKE? Start by putting in 2 ounces of paint or so into a bowl. Add a cup of glue. Add starch until you get the consistency you want.... maybe 1/2 cup. If it's too sticky add starch, to stringy add glue. This can also be stored and saved in a plastic ziploc bag for up to 2-4 weeks depending on your use.

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