Friday, May 30

Galaxy Glitter Goo


This week I'm at the iLoveToCreate Design Studio and Alexa asked me to whip up a batch of Galaxy Glitter Goo! I love it when I get assignments like this. This project is super fun to make for kids' sensory activities because it is super gooey and sparkly! And easy to clean up too!
Read on to see how to make it!
SUPPLIES:
Aleene's Clear Gel Tacky Glue
Tulip One-Step Dye
Tulip Glitter
Liquid Starch 
Bowl
Spoon
Plastic tablecloth
Empty the bottle of glue in the bowl. 
Squirt in some dye, add the glitter and stir until fully mixed. Add more glitter and dye to reach desired color.
This is what it will look like! Now add in a splash of starch, about 1/4 cup. Stir well, and then use your hands to knead the mixture. Add more starch if it is still very sticky. It should be able to roll off your hands. Keep in mind that it will dry out the more you use it. Keep stored in plastic.
Fun and sticky!
Stretch it!
Drizzle it!
Use different colors!

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