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  • Rebecca Bartholomew

    Water marbles! Crazy how a few kitchen ingredients will make these. Weird, I can't wait to try. Science party? THiS is COOL! (...though they don't show how to make them colored...food coloring?! Could be messy!)

  • Melinda

    Water marbles! Crazy how a few kitchen ingredients will make these. Weird, I can't wait to try. Science party? Great idea for #homeschool

  • Kathleen O'Neil

    Water marbles! also called 'clear spheres' or 'jelly marbles' ... not made in your kitchen, as a hoax-ster would like you to try w/ baking soda and other common kitchen ingredients, and cooling and boiling... NO! These are polymer beads, and they can absorb water, expanding to many times their size. They also absorb color added to water.

  • Shawn Simon

    Water marbles! Crazy how a few kitchen ingredients will make these. Weird, I cant wait to try. Science party? THiS is COOL! - - - - I love these things!

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Popsicle Snowflakes. Could use less "girly" stuff like small pebbles, marbles, leaves, etc for Cub Scouts.

  • Melissa Stachowski

    I wonder, I went to the website and saw from the pictures that you used glue sticks to make the popsicles stick, how well did that work and how long did it take to dry? I was thinking of using hot glue...thanks!

  • Vanessa Bell

    i was going to use hot glue, i think it would ok

  • Crafty

    I wanna try this!

  • Melissa Stachowski

    I tried these, the glue sticks didn't work very well, I used white school glue, worked better, but it could get messy with the decorations, I haven't tried hot glue yet.

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How to make sponge bombs for super Summer fun. Dip in water & toss at each other to cool off

Edible water beads; a safer alternative to traditional water bead play. These are easy to make SO FUN!

Reusable sponge water balloons for a water fight! My kids had so much fun with these!!

must make liquid chalk with my future kiddos! or with Kari Marbury and Amy Seeley's kids this summer! :)