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Mix together with hands. If too wet add more glue. If too sticky more starch. Can be colored with food color. Store in refrigerator in airtight container.
Add starch to the glue slowly, mixing well. ... form a ball and pull away from edge of container. Mix well until it does this. Keep covered in refrigerator.
Mix well: It ... use Elmers School Glue instead of regular ... pick up pictures, but it makes a gooey delight your kids will love. Use on a smooth surface.
Pour ingredients into freezer baggie and let kids mix it by squishing it together. When mixed it makes silly putty, after kids are done playing with ...
Put equal amounts ... hands. Soon the glue will thicken. Add more starch, if needed. ... from remaining starch, keep in airtight container when not in use.
Mix equal parts of Elmer's glue and liquid starch for a few ... Store covered. The more you mix it by hand, the more it stretches. Store in zip lock bag.
Moisten with water or starch until a modeling ... strings or wires should be put in place while they are being modeled. After air drying, they may be painted.
Mix equal parts liquid starch and glue. Add food coloring. Mix until you have a smooth consistency.
Mix together equal portions of glue and starch. Knead together. ... more starch; if too stringy, add more glue. Store in plastic bucket in the refrigerator.
Mix up and then let kids "handle" it! Start with starch to keep from sticking to bowl.
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