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glow in the dark slime    Ingredients:  1 - 4oz bottle of clear or blue gel Elmer's glue  1 cup of warm water  2-3 tablespoons of glow-in-the-dark paint  Green Neon Food Coloring  2 teaspoons of Borax  1/3 cup of warm water

glow in the dark slime Ingredients: 1 - 4oz bottle of clear or blue gel Elmer's glue 1 cup of warm water 2-3 tablespoons of glow-in-the-dark paint Green Neon Food Coloring 2 teaspoons of Borax 1/3 cup of warm water

Rainbow roses, split the stems into strands and place each strand in a different color of food coloring and water. The roses draw the liquid coloring into the petals. Amazing!

How to make Rainbow Roses: a Step by Step Guide

Rainbow roses, split the stems into strands and place each strand in a different color of food coloring and water. The roses draw the liquid coloring into the petals. Amazing!

TOP 10 Homemade Slime recipes

TOP 10 Homemade Slime recipes

Recipe for the ooey-gooeyiest GLOW SLIME need: Tools and Materials: Plastic or glass container Needle-nose pliers Standard highlighter Water Latex gloves Mixing bowl Jar (with lid) Elmers School Glue oz.

Share Tweet Pin Mail Follow If you watch Nickelodeon–either by yourself or with your kids–you must be familiar with the green slime they pour ...

How to Make Glow-in-the-Dark Slime

Share Tweet Pin Mail Follow If you watch Nickelodeon–either by yourself or with your kids–you must be familiar with the green slime they pour ...

Once made, they can be saved each year and then a new glow stick can be added inside. The kids love flying these around the yard at night!  Could be a fun camping craft

Once made, they can be saved each year and then a new glow stick can be added inside. The kids love flying these around the yard at night! Could be a fun camping craft

Children have an innate sense of curiosity. Such curiosity leads them to an exploration of the world around them and the natural progression to science. Science

Children have an innate sense of curiosity. Such curiosity leads them to an exploration of the world around them and the natural progression to science. Science

DIY Lava lamp! The basic idea is this: you mix 3 parts oil with one part water and ten or so drops of food coloring in a container with a tight fitting lid.

DIY Lava lamp! The basic idea is this: you mix 3 parts oil with one part water and ten or so drops of food coloring in a container with a tight fitting lid.

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