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Combine the soap flakes and water in ... coloring. These are temporary paints for finger painting on a cookie sheet or piece of newspaper, or in the bathtub!
Beat soap flakes and water until ... artificial greens or pine cones using a paint brush. Use your imagination to create winter decorations of all kinds.
Mix soap flakes and starch in ... Beat in food coloring. Use as finger paint or decorative plaster. Mixture does not store; prepare enough for each project.
Mix soap and water. Should ... thin mixture down to whipped cream consistency and use as paint or fingerpaint on colored paper. Beat with rotary beater.
Combine the soap flakes and water in ... coloring. These are temporary paints for finger painting on a cookie sheet or piece of newspaper or in the bathtub!
Place soap flakes and water in ... like, animals, snowmen, decorations, tree ornaments, etc. Place the finished sculpture(s) in the refrigerator to harden.
Combine soap flakes and water in a mixing ... with egg beater until mixture looks and feels like whipped cream. These are temporary paints and will wash.
In a large pot mix well with wire whip. Add 2 cups hot water. Cook, stirring constantly, to a full rolling boil. Scorches easily. Cleans easily. Add ...
Combine corn starch ... softened gelatin. Add soap; stir until ... dissolves. Makes 3 cups. Add color. Can be used for most any type of children's paintings.
Whip with mixer, adding more soap or water as ... water before molding so it won't stick to your hands. Mixture dries to porous texture and lasts for weeks.
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