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  1. #1
    Liss
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    Default MYO: Bathtub Crayons


    Bathtub Crayons can be colored on the side of the bathtub, or on tile
    walls<SPAN class="546551410-12082008"> and floors. Can also be used as soap.

    Need:
    1 cup grated Ivory soap
    1/4 cup warm water
    4-6 drops food coloring
    Plastic cookie cutters

    How to make it:
    Mix water, soap and food coloring together in a medium bowl. Stir crayon
    mixture until it begins to stiffen. remove mix from bowl and knead
    until it
    is the consistancy of thick dough. spoon crayon mix into plastic
    cutters,
    place the cutters into the freezer for 10 minutes.

    pop the crayons out of the cookie cutters and allow them to dry
    overnight or
    until hard.




  2. #2
    goddesmos
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    Default MYO: Bathtub Crayons

    ooh! ooh! this gives me a great idea to have my physical and earth

    science do the last two days before winter break! last year they

    made salt dough 'science' sculptures and then decorated them. how

    thick can they be to dry thoroughly overnight? and about how many

    does one batch make so I know how many lab mates to put together?

    mos

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Liss" <liss@...> wrote:

    >

    > Bathtub Crayons can be colored on the side of the bathtub, or on

    tile

    > walls and floors. Can also be used as soap.

    >

    > Need:

    > 1 cup grated Ivory soap

    > 1/4 cup warm water

    > 4-6 drops food coloring

    > Plastic cookie cutters

    >

    > How to make it:

    > Mix water, soap and food coloring together in a medium bowl. Stir

    crayon

    > mixture until it begins to stiffen. remove mix from bowl and knead

    > until it

    > is the consistancy of thick dough. spoon crayon mix into plastic

    > cutters,

    > place the cutters into the freezer for 10 minutes.

    > pop the crayons out of the cookie cutters and allow them to dry

    > overnight or

    > until hard.








  3. #3
    faxon5
    Guest

    Default MYO: Bathtub Crayons

    That is awesome!!! My kids will love this and so will the kids in

    our youth group at church..THANKS!!!



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "goddesmos" <goddesmos@...> wrote:

    >

    > ooh! ooh! this gives me a great idea to have my physical and earth

    > science do the last two days before winter break! last year they

    > made salt dough 'science' sculptures and then decorated them. how

    > thick can they be to dry thoroughly overnight? and about how many

    > does one batch make so I know how many lab mates to put together?

    > mos

    > --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Liss" <liss@> wrote:

    > >

    > > Bathtub Crayons can be colored on the side of the bathtub, or on

    > tile

    > > walls and floors. Can also be used as soap.

    > >

    > > Need:

    > > 1 cup grated Ivory soap

    > > 1/4 cup warm water

    > > 4-6 drops food coloring

    > > Plastic cookie cutters

    > >

    > > How to make it:

    > > Mix water, soap and food coloring together in a medium bowl. Stir

    > crayon

    > > mixture until it begins to stiffen. remove mix from bowl and

    knead

    > > until it

    > > is the consistancy of thick dough. spoon crayon mix into plastic

    > > cutters,

    > > place the cutters into the freezer for 10 minutes.

    > > pop the crayons out of the cookie cutters and allow them to dry

    > > overnight or

    > > until hard.

    >










 

 

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