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Mix together. Dry a bit before working. Add more starch or glue if needed. Store in airtight container.
Mix well. Putty must dry a ... tight container. Homemade Silly Putty has the ... bounce or pick up pictures, but it makes a gooey delight your kids will love.
Mix well. It ... Elmer's School Glue instead of regular white, it doesn't bounce or pick up pictures, but it makes a gooey delight your kids will love.
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 ...
Mix well: It needs to dry a bit before it is "workable". It may be necessary to add a touch more glue or starch. You will have to experiment. May not ...
Put glue in ... stirring constantly. If it is too sticky, add starch in small amounts until it feels like putty. Store in a plastic bag or airtight container.
Mix starch and salt. Add glue and beat well. Pour into colander and let sit for 10 minutes. Knead well.
To make: Pour the ... the consistency of silly putty. It may ... mixture seems too thick more starch if too thin. Store the silly putty in airtight container.
Mix together until ball forms. Silly Putty will be wet ... Encourage children to push sleeves up and play with it at a table. It does launder out clothes.
Mix glue and starch together well. Allow to dry until it's workable. Use on a smooth surface.
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