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Giant Bubble recipe :) We just made a half batch and are waiting the hour to try it out. =D Edit: Not a bad recipe necessarily but not that great for big bubbles, they pop right away.

super giant bubbles recipe plus be sure to add secret ingredient for extra big bubbles

Giant Bubbles Recipe - perfect summer fun for little ones! #diy #kids #crafts

super bubble recipe and giant bubble wand directions....

super giant bubbles recipe! I love big bubbles :)

Giant Bubbles recipe! #fun #kids

Homemade bubble recipe

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Bubble Wands

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Martha Stewart's Homemade bubble wands and bubble solution: 3 cups water, 1 cup liquid dishwashing detergent, 1/3 cup corn syrup. Gently mix together; give time to settle. Add glitter if desired!

three bubble wands and some homemade extra strong bubble solution would be a great easy money maker! Martha Stewart's Homemade bubble wands and bubble solution: 3 cups water, 1 cup liquid dishwashing detergent, 1/3 cup corn syrup. Gently mix together; give time to settle b4 using.

Bubble Wands | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

Bubble Wands & Bubble Recipe using corn syrup

Bubble Wands - Martha Stewart Kids' Crafts

homemade bubble wands - Martha Stewart

DIY Bubble Wands with fun shapes

Cool for Kids. Bubble Wands

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Unpoppable bubbles for the grand kids, when I have them one day... More Daily Life Hacks Here

Summer fun, "HOW TO MAKE UNPOPPABLE BUBBLES"...........

More Daily Life Hacks Here Unpopable bubbles

HOW TO MAKE UNSTOPPABLE BUBBLES Summer fun

Unpoppable bubbles. I need to try this.

Giant bubbles - Summer Bucket List

Unpoppable bubbles recipe

Children activities

Summer idea

Moonsand. Mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water.

Even I might be able to handle this kid craft... moonsand - mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water.

{Moon Sand} A rainy day project: moonsand - mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water.hhmm who knew!

Moon Sand - For all of the parents/caregivers who have spent tons of cash on moonsand!! mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water.

Never tried the version with corn flour too. Better that no oil I'm it. {Moon Sand} A rainy day project: moonsand - mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water.hhmm who knew!

moon sand - mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water. Good for sensory bins.

easy and fun, kids make moon sand with simple recipe then let kids build sandcastles with it.

Bubble Blower Holy crud I'm doing this for my girls.They always fight over the bubble wand!

fun kid activity You will need: -an empty bottle -rubber band -terry cloth -liquid dish soap -water

Cut the bottom off of you plastic bottle. Trace out the bottom of the bottle on the terry cloth and leave an inch or so overlap for the rubber band. Affix the cloth to the cut plastic bottle using the rubber band. Mix 2 parts dish soap to 1 part water. Dip the cloth part of your new bubble blower into the bubble mixture and start blowing.

Snake Bubbles-so easy and you probably already have all the supplies in your house. You will need: -an empty bottle -rubber band -terry cloth (wash cloth) -liquid dish soap -water Mix the dish soap with some water, 2 to 1 ratio (2 soap to 1 water). Then cut the bottom off the bottle, rubber band cloth to it. Dip the bottom of the bottle into the soap and blow. The bubbles are thick and stick together making a long snake like shape.

Snake bubbles - an empty bottle, a rubber band, a wash cloth,liquid dish soap, water Mix the dish soap with some water, I did a 2 to 1 ratio (2 soap to 1 water). Then cut the bottom off the bottle. Trace the bottom of the bottle onto the terry cloth with about an inch overlap. Cut out the circle and attach it to the bottom of the bottle using the rubber band. Dip the bottom of the bottle into the soap and blow. The bubbles are thick and stick together making a bubble snake

Kids Crafts / Bubble Snakes

I am always looking for fun activities to do with my kids. This week we made snake bubbles. These are so easy and you probably already have all the supplies in your house. You will need: -an empty bottle (I used a Gatorade bottle) -rubber band -terry cloth (I used a wash cloth) -liquid dish soap -water Mix the dish soap with some water, I did a 2 to 1 ratio (2 soap to 1 water). Then cut the bottom off the bottle. Trace the bottom of the bottle onto the terry cloth with about an inch overlap. Cut out the circle and attach it to the bottom of the bottle using the rubber band. Dip the bottom of the bottle into the soap and blow. The bubbles are thick and stick together making a long snake like shape. We had a contest to see who could make the longest snake. It was so funny to see them blowing and blowing with the big puffy cheeks. SUCCESS!

World's best bubble recipe

DIY "World's Best Bubbles" Recipe. 1 1/2 quarts water, 1/2 cup light corn syrup, 1 cup liquid dish soap. Mix water & corn syrup until completely blended. Slowly stir in soap. Will last several weeks in airtight container. Blogger pinned recommends using a big bubble wand for kids to play with. Going to need to try this.

Bubble recipe ~ The World’s Best Bubbles 1 1/2 quarts of water 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1 cup liquid dish soap Mix water and corn syrup until completely blended. Slowly stir in soap. Will last several weeks in an airtight container.

world's best bubble recipe: Also use top 1/2 of a water bottle to dip into plate of this stuff for bubble-maker 1 1/2 quarts of water 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1 cup liquid dish soap Mix water and corn syrup until completely blended. Slowly stir in soap. Will last several weeks in an airtight container.

DIY- Bubble recipe! very excited to try this as my son had been DYING to do bubbles lately!

bubble recipe: 1 1/2 quarts of water,1/2 cup light corn syrup,1 cup liquid dish soap

Homemade bubble recipe

Summer Play Recipes: Frozen Paints, Giant Bubbles, Ice Chalk, DIY Colored Sand, Treasure Ice, Sidewalk Chalk, Dough, Magic Mud, etc. :)

TONS of simple Summer Play Recipes & FUN ways to play- bubbles, sidewalk chalk, homemade colored sand, and lots of play recipes to help kids stay cool like icy doughs, Summer Snow, ice paints, and #luxury house design #home designs #interior decorating #room designs #home design

Simple Summer Play Recipes and Fun Ways to Play: bubbles, sidewalk chalk, homemade colored sand, and lots of play recipes to help kids stay cool like icy doughs, summer snow, ice paints, and more

Summer Play Recipes ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

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Welcome to the Summer Play Collection on Growing a Jeweled Rose.  Here you will find all of the super FUN play activities we have shared as part of our ongoing Summer Sensory Play Series.  The goal of this series is to keep kids playing and exploring outside while also staying cool during the hot Summer months.  With 20+ activities already archived, and many more on the way, this is sure to be a great resource for parents and care givers this Summer! Summer Play Archives Super Summer Activities for Kids Baking Soda & Ice Vinegar Ice Cream in a Bag Ice Chalk Painting with Ice Marbles Summer Snow Monster Ice & OCTO Ice Sensory Play Ice & Water Play Exploding Sidewalk Chalk Fun Ice Paint & Kool-aid Ice Play Funky Frozen Treat Day- TONS of Activities Wacky Watermelon day- TONS of Activities Sidewalk SPLAT Painting Summer Scented Rice Recipes Sand Dough Play Recipe Summer Experiment with Oil and Water Summer Sensory Dough Recipes MAGIC Treasure Ice GOOP & Ice Shaving Cream & Ice Paint Quicksand Sensory Play MAGIC Sand Sensory Play Freezy GOO Ice Icy Cold Freezy Paint Silly Erupting Watermelon Heads AMAZING Melting Freezy Dough Play with Snow this Summer- TONS of Recipes Chilled Out Kool-aid Paint Magic Mud Play Recipe Check back soon.  Lots more FUN is on the way! Click the photos below for more Summer FUN! We share fun kids activities several times a week! Stay connected to the fun by following us on Pinterest! Other Ways to Connect     

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How to Make Bubbles: The Best Homemade Bubble Recipes

How to make bubbles

How to make Homemade Bubbles... 7 of the BEST Recipes for making Amazing Homemade Bubbles! #kids #summer #mom #jumblzar

How to make homemade bubbles: 7 of the BEST recipes for making amazing homemade bubbles! ------------- Deluxe Bubbles Recipe 1 quart (4 cups) warm water 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup dishwashing liquid How to make bubbles: Combine the sugar and the warm water. Stir until the sugar is fully dissolved. Add the dishwashing liquid and stir again. Store in an airtight container.

The 7 Best Recipes for Amazing Homemade Bubbles: Basic Homemade Bubbles Recipe, Deluxe Bubbles Recipe, Crazy Deluxe Bubbles Recipe, Jello Bubbles, Tear-Free Bubbles, Beautiful Bubbles {with food coloring}, Non-Toxic, Natural Bubbles

How to Make Bubbles for Kids: 7 of the Best Homemade Bubble Recipes! | BabySavers

How to Make Homemade Bubbles: The Seven Best Homemade Bubble Recipes for Kids!

How to Make Bubbles: 7 Best Homemade Bubble Recipes for Kids!

How to Make Homemade Bubbles: 7 Best Bubble Recipes for Kids

How to make bubbles: 7 best homemade recipes

7 Homemade Bubbles Recipes

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How to Make Giant Bubble Wands

How to Make Giant Bubble Wands - Awesome! Can't wait to try this!

An awesome step-by-step video tutorial shows you how to make Giant Bubble Wands at home for your kids to play with on their next outdoor day!

How to Make Giant Bubble Wands - this works great but do not use bubble recipe....2 cup of soap will kill your lawn ( learned this from experience). Better bubble recipe is 8 cups water, 1 cup dish soap, 2 tablespoons baking powder, 2 tablespoons glycerin.

How to Make Giant Bubble Wands - Awesome! Can't wait to try this! Repin & Like. Thank you . Listen to Noel songs. Noelito Flow.

Learn how to make a giant bubble wand and create the biggest bubbles on the block!

How to Make Giant Bubble Wands - maybe I could make a smaller version with straws

Giant Bubble Wands // need a wooden rod, eye hooks, a washer, and string

#NFWin How to Make Giant Bubble Wands - Awesome! Can't wait to try this!

How to Make Giant Bubble Wands - with link to a bubble solution

How to Make Giant Bubble Wands -- so cool!!

These bubbles are awesome!

Giant Bubble recipe :) We just made a half batch and are waiting the hour to try it out. =D Edit: Not a bad recipe necessarily but not that great for big bubbles, they pop right away.

super giant bubbles recipe plus be sure to add secret ingredient for extra big bubbles

Giant Bubbles Recipe - perfect summer fun for little ones! #diy #kids #crafts

super bubble recipe and giant bubble wand directions....

super giant bubbles recipe! I love big bubbles :)

Giant Bubbles recipe! #fun #kids

Homemade bubble recipe

Chenille Bubble Blowers - OMG WHO KNEW!!! The chenille absorbs the solution which results in larger bubbles.

No bigger than the bubble wand- pipe cleaner bubble blowers make bigger bubbles....really?! will be trying.

Pipe Cleaner Bubble Blowers - Chenille bubble wands made from pipe cleaners make bigger bubbles. The chenille absorbs the solution which results in larger bubbles.

Apparently pipe cleaner / Chenille bubble blowers are easier for the kids to dip into the bubbles and the chenille absorbs the bubble mixture and makes bigger bubbles!

TIP: chenille bubble blowers make bigger bubbles....really?! must try! - pink and green pipe cleaners

Homemade Goody Bag Ideas - bubble wand made of pipe cleaner and homemade bubbles.

the complete roundup of kids crafts and activites for summer

pipecleaner bubble wands to make different sized bubbles

Make your own bubble wands-party idea

INTRODUCING: The Garden Party Collection available now on Etsy!  To see the full collection click HERE . MY NIECE RECENTLY TURNED FOUR and we celebrated with a Garden Birthday Party designed and illustrated by yours truly! Here's the double-sided invitation that was sent out to friends and family (see above and below). And here's the Birthday Girl! Since my house is full of boys, I had so much fun designing this party for Mackenzie.  The tablecloth is made from colorful bandanas. Thanks Mom for sewing it together for me!  Hot Pink Water Jug— is from Joann's found with all their Easter stuff.  Same with the flowers.  The yummy homemade white cake was layered with fresh strawberries and homemade icing! I made clay cake toppers to match the Garden themed invitation. (Thinking about selling these too.) The little statue of Mackenzie was made using Shrinky Dinks! That was fun to watch it bake! My friends Shona, Claire and I sewed the Mini-bunting for the cake (and also for the yarn wreath). I spray painted the clay pots in bright colors and filled them with Jelly Bellies. The Flowers were made from a template and tongue depressors (template available at my shop) The Party Circles in the center of the flowers are part of my Garden Party Collection. The kids loved playing and planting flowers in the sandbox. Chenille bubble blowers were easier for the kids to dip into the bubbles and the chenille absorbs the bubble mixture and makes bigger bubbles! The Bubble Wrappers are part of the Garden Party Collection.  I found this adorable Butterfly Catcher jar with "what looked like" a real butterfly! Tap on the top of the jat and the butterfly flutters around. It was a big hit with the kids.  Click here for instructions on how to make these cute balloon flowers! Guests left with these Garden Party Favors.  Can't wait 'til next year!

Bubble solution: 12 cups of water 1 cup of dish soap 1 cup of cornstarch 2 Tbsp baking powder ....now go out and make some bubbles!!

Bubble Refill Station out of a laundry soap container! Fill with homemade bubble solution: 12 cups of water 1 cup of dish soap 1 cup of cornstarch 2 Tbsp baking powder

Amazing idea! Bubble "Refill" Station - This mommy rinsed out the laundry detergent container several times, removed the labels, used a Sharpie to decorate it, and filled the container with bubble soap. Now kids can have easy OUTside access to fill up their own bubble shooters/toys.

I know I have detergent bottles to use.... Bubble "Refill" Station - This mommy rinsed out the laundry detergent container several times, removed the labels, used a Sharpie to decorate it, and filled the container with bubble soap. Now kids can have easy OUTside access to fill up their own bubble shooters/toys. Seriously, a great idea during summer!Bubble solution: 12 cups of water 1 cup of dish soap 1 cup of cornstarch 2 Tbsp baking powder

12cup water 1cup dish soap 1cup corn starch 1table spoon baking soda

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How to make giant homemade bubbles

It's super easy to make your own giant bubbles!

It's super easy to make your own giant bubbles! Gross motor running around, science marking the bubbles, and mathematics measuring and comparing bubble sizes. Its claming, interacting with friends, working towards a common goal.

It's super easy to make your own giant bubbles! Like & Repin thx. & Noelito Flow. Noel Songs.

Gung ho grandma ... It's super easy to make your own giant bubbles!

giant bubbles! 1 c dish soap, 1 tbsp glycerine and 4 c water

How to make giant homemade bubbles

Giant bubbles

How to make giant homemade bubbles - Today's Parent

Bubble Recipe - with Corn Syrup

<3 Giant Bubble Recipe! <3Next time I think h will try Johnson's baby soap so if the bubble pop in my baby's face it won't hurt!!

pinterest : @sylviahughes827 #bubbles #diy #fun

Giant Bubble Recipe -- 3 ingredients, very easy!

<3 Giant Bubble Recipe! <3 using hula hoops!

#bubble #recipe #diy #crafts #summer #kids

<3 Giant Bubble Recipe! <3 #MyVeganJournal

Big Bubble Recipe - with Corn Syrup

Another giant bubble recipe

DIY Bubbles Recipe

Super fun summer craft ideas--great for kids :) (tie dying, water activities, sidewalk chalk fun, and lots more!)

Make ice cream in a bag this summer with your toddlers and older kids! Super fun summer craft ideas--great for kids :) (tie dying, water activities, sidewalk chalk fun, and lots more!)

Make Ice Cream in a Bag: A Most Delicious Science Experiment! Connect with a busy Mom! http://www.abundance-and-prosperity.com

Super fun summer craft ideas--great for kids :) (tie dying, water activities, sidewalk chalk fun, and lots more!) For more family resources visit ifamilykc.com!

Make Ice Cream in a Bag: A Most Delicious Science Experiment! #ishoes #schoolholidayactivities #entertainthekids #scienceexperiments

Super fun summer craft idea http://www.icanteachmychild.com/2012/05/ice-cream-in-a-bag/

Make Ice Cream in a Bag: A Most Delicious Science Experiment!

Ice Cream in a Bag (summer activity)

Ice Cream in a Bag- summer fun :)

Boy Stuff

Great Ideas for Boy-approved crafts 1.Magical Playdoh Mix 2. Marshmallow Shooter 3. Hot Car Crayons 4. Make-Your-Own Lava Lamp 5. Bubble Snake Maker 6. Really Big Bubble Maker 7. Glow-in-the-Dark Drinks 8. Spongeballs 9. GAK! (slime) 10. Fingerprint Candles Y-Guides Craft

10 "Boy-Approved" Crafts Activities (Magical Playdoh Mix, Marshmallow Shooter, Hot Car Crayons, DIY Lava Lamp, Bubble Snake Maker, Really Big Bubble Maker, Glow-in-the-Dark Drinks, Spongeballs, GAK and Fingerprint Candles)

kid crafts-girls don't mind doing boy crafts in a group but boys don't want to do girl crafts.

Boy crafts!!! Bubbles, glow in the dark drinks, melting crayons in the hot car and more...

Come Together Kids: 10 Crafts and Activities for Boys craft Stuffed animal sleeping bags! For the toy room...Painted trash can for stuffed animal storage! (and 49 other great ideas for kid crap organization)

Next winter, if your area is below 32, go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into ice bubbles

Winter bubbles! Blow bubbles outside when it's less than 32 degrees. Catch bubble on wand and watch it form crystals then shatter!

in winter, when it is below 32 degrees, go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into ice bubbles. The kids will LOVE this!

Next winter, if your area is below 32°, go outside and blow "ice bubbles" The kids will never forget it!! I'll have to save this for a someday when I get grandkids thing.

Make frozen bubbles! Just blow bubbles outside when its below 32 degrees and watch them turn to ice!

If you go outside when its below 32 degrees and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into ice bubbles! :) trying this this coming winter!

Next winter, if your area is below 32, go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into ice bubbles" perhaps I'll do this with the kids one day

I want to go somewhere that's below 32 degrees, so I can go outside and blow bubbles that immediately turn into ice bubbles! ;D

If it is below 32 degrees out, go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into "ice bubbles".

If your area is below 32, go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into ice bubbles. Christmas,Favorite Places & Spaces,For the kids..,Fun,Kid stuff,Kids,Photography Props,things to do,

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Giant Bubble Recipe

Giant Bubble Recipes from Busy Kids Happy Mom

Giant Bubble Recipe and directions. What a fun activity for the kids in the summer. #kids #bubbles #summer #fun

Busy Kids = Happy Mom: Giant Bubble Recipe! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/... for therapy resources.

Busy Kids = Happy Mom: Giant Bubble Recipe 6 c water 1/2 c Dish Soap 1/2 c Cornstarch 1 TBSP Baking Powder 1 TBSP Glycerin

Busy Kids = Happy Mom: Giant Bubble Recipe. Glycerin Dawn Cornstarch baking powder

Giant Bubble Recipes from Busy Kids Happy Mom ~☆~

Busy Kids = Happy Mom: Giant Bubble Recipe

Bubbles: I have always loved big bubbles.

How to make that PVC fort that's all over Pinterest. Reading nook for the classroom? Safe spot? So fun!

How to make that PVC fort that's all over Pinterest. Reading nook for the classroom? So fun!...play house?

PVC Fort How To: Could be used to create a reading nook or quiet/calming space in the classroom. Could also be used to make a playhouse.

How to make that PVC fort that's all over Pinterest. Reading nook? Playhouse? Lots of possibilities!

PVC Fort/ playhouse/ Greenhouse:{Make sure the fittings say “SLIP” , NOT threaded} - BUY:(9) Pieces PVC Pipe (sold in 10′ increments), (2) PVC Schedule 40 Slip Elbow, (4) PVC Schedule 40 Slip Tee, (8) PVC Schedule 40 Slip Side Outlet Elbow. TOOLS: Powered Miter Box Saw (or PVC Pipe Cutter) & Rubber Mallet. CUT: (9) 50″ Pieces, (3) 42″ Pieces, (4) 34″ Pieces, (4) 1 3/4″ Pieces. INSERT long pieces of Pipe into the fittings. COVER: with sheets, canvas, plastic, etc.

How to make that PVC fort. Reading nook for the classroom or playhouse for kids.

DIY How to make a PVC tent for the kids. Could be a reading nook.

PVC Pipe Fort Tutorial This will be great for a play tent

playhouse made of PVC -- project for my brudder bear :)

pvc fort DIY fort. This idea is amazing!!!

kid-party bubble refills

Homemade bubble solution ~ http://la-lashomedaycare.blogspot.com/2011/06/diy-bubbles-refill-container.html

This is a smart idea to keep bubbles from spilling plus it has a homemade bubble recipe. Great birthday party idea

diy bubbles... refill container {great party idea} Grandchildren going to think I am a genius :o)

DIY: Bubbles Refill Container...great kids party idea...and bubbles recipe

For the kids--would be super fun and cheap! DIY: Bubbles Refill Container

Good Idea! DIY: Bubbles | Refill Container (bubble recipe included!)

Art Bubble Refills kid-craft-idea

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Bubble Refill Station from La-La's Home Daycare If you have a child that loves bubbles than you know the fun can run out pretty quickly if someone drops or spills their bubbles, which happens at our house about 99% of the time.  Lori has a great solution to this problem with a DIY bubble refill station.  And by DIY I mean the kids can do it themselves! You can check out this bubble refill station and get Lori's recipe for homemade bubbles over at La-La's Home Daycare.

How to Make Glitter Playdough | the creative mama #diy #playdough

And now I want to make glitter play dough... 1 cup flour, 1/2 cup salt, 2 heaping Tbsp corn starch, 1 Tbsp oil, 1 cup water, food coloring and scent - mix well, warm til its a ball, put on wax paper, sprinkle with glitter and knead til smooth - worked great!!!

an awesome glitter playdough recipe with kool-aid mix. totally doing this with my class this summer!

an awesome glitter playdough recipe with kool-aid mix. @Sarah Chintomby Meredith we need you for this one

an awesome glitter playdough recipe with kool-aid mix. Is it sad that I want to do this with my chemistry class?

an awesome glitter playdough recipe with kool-aid mix

Homemade playdough made with kool-aid and glitter!

How to Make Glitter #Playdough <3 #kids #craft

glitter playdoh/ the creative mama/ shawna

This idea is coming from The Creative Mama What you need: 1 C Flour 1 C Water 1/4 C Salt 1 TBSP Vegetable Oil 2 tsp Cream of Tartar Food Coloring (or if you want it to smell yummy, kool-aid) Glitter (the bigger flakes, the better) pot/pan & spatula & an eager little helper :) Directions: 1) Add everything to the pot. Doesn’t matter what order. 2) Stir, stir, stir. until pretty smooth. 3) You can either make one big batch of the same color, or separate it out before you add the food coloring. I doubled my batch & separated it out into six bowls. 4) Add food coloring or kool-aid & stir well. **The first time I made this I used regular food coloring & while the color was great, the stuff smelled like…playdough? Not the best smell in the world. I bought kool-aid (for the first time ever!) and while it certainly did add a very yummy scent to the final product, it did make my little one cough when it went POOF into a cloud as it hit the mixture in the bowl. So just be warned. ;) 5) After the food coloring, add glitter. Add a decent amount–some will definitely stick around on little hands, but that’s half the fun, right?! ** Your mixture should be pretty runny before you add to your pot. 6) Heat the pot on MEDIUM & DO NOT STOP STIRRING once you pour in the mixture. This step went extremely fast for me–well under a minute, so stir & don’t let it stick to the bottom! This is a mommy job. The mixture will get clumpy & start to change colors. This is normal. It will eventually all turn a slightly darker shade of the original mixture. I had the best luck flattening mine into a pancake-ish shape & flipping it over. When you think it’s done, remove from heat. I just scooped mine onto the counter. After mine cooled a tad, I kneaded it a little to be sure it was done. If it is a little too gooey, just put it back in the pot & cook a little longer. 7) & VIOLA! Glitter Playdough!