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Whipped Snow
What You Need:
  • Two cups warm water
  • One-cup laundry soap
What You Do:
  • Put water and soap in large bowl and beat with mixer until very fluffy. Let Your children mold it into shapes and then let them dry.
Gelatin Plastic
What You Need:
  • Three envelopes unflavored gelatin
  • Nine tablespoons water
  • 35 drops of food coloring
  • Lid with a rim
What You Do
  • Mix the water and food coloring in a small pan over low heat. Add gelatin, stir continuously, and cook for 30 seconds until thickened. Pour the mixture into a plastic lid, push the air bubbles to the edge with a spoon and set aside for about fifty minutes until flexible. Remove the gelatin from the lid. You can then use cookie cutters, or scissors to shape it. Finally dry the plastic by placing it between two pieces of wax paper (sticking out beyond the gelatin). Then putting the lid used at the beginning over the creation, and a book on top of that (this prevents the creation from curling)

    Thus substance is idea for making Christmas tree ornaments or other crafts

Transfer Ink
What You Need:
  • 2 tablespoons Scrapings from a bar of soap
  • 1/4-cup hot water
  • One-tablespoon turpentine
What You Do:
  • Get a bar of soap and scrape it until you get enough soap. Next, dissolve soap powder in hot water and then add turpentine.

    To use, dip a brush into the ink and brush over the picture to be transferred, wait about ten seconds then place a piece of paper over the picture and rub the back of it with a spoon. The picture will be transferred to the paper. The ink will solidify in its container after a little while to fix this simply set the bottle in a pan of warm water until melted and then shake.
Memory Handprint
Submitted by Cindy
What You Need:
  • 1 Cup Flour
  • 1 Cup Salt
  • Water
  • Food Coloring (optional)
What You Do:
  • Mix flour and salt, add enough water to get a firm clay-like mixture. Remove 1/2 cup of dough and press it into a circular shape on a lightly greased cookie sheet. It should be large enough for a child's hand or foot to fit onto with the fingers or toes spread out. Push child's hand or foot firmly into dough. Let dough dry for several weeks or put in oven at 225 degrees for 2 to 4 hours, depending on the thickness of the dough.