- August 12, 2008 at 10:15 am #261528
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”
> 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?
> — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Liss”
> > Bathtub Crayons can be colored on the side of the bathtub, or on
> > 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
> > mixture until it begins to stiffen. remove mix from bowl and
> > 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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