Snow Putty

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Gooey fun for every one! Stretch it, Bounce it, Throw it, the fun is endless

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Step 1: Ingreedents

- Elmer's white craft glue.
- Liquid starch
- NaCl (salt)
- Spoon
- Beaker
- Clock
- Sink
- Cup

Step 2: Mixing

With the beaker measure 50ml of white Elmer's glue and pour it into the cup. Then rinse it out and measure 100ml of the liquid starch. Pour the starch into the cup as well. Now measure 1 Ts. of salt ans dump it into the cup too. Find a clock and stir the ingredients aggressively for 12 min. It is crucial that you stir it for 12 min. or the Snow Putty will be sticky and won't stay together.

Step 3: Fun!

After stirring the mixture, go to the silk and pour it into your hand. Need and squeeze the putty for 5 min or until all the exes liquid is gone. DO NOT RUN WATER ON SNOW PUTTY. It will fall apart. After a little while it will set up better and will unleash all of its fun properties! Have fun!!! : ]

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    sjlarue

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Pictures would be nice. Plus spell check please. You have some scattered through out. It makes it hard to follow when words are misspelled or are a totally different word all together. Also a helpful addition would be...Why is it called snow putty? You never used snow in the Instructable. So a brief explanation or story as to why is it called snow putty would make a better instructable.

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    Allonsy

    11 years ago on Introduction

    o ya i'm tryin 2 make this rite now and i added food coloring. it looks nice.

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    cry_wolf

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Some pictures instead of Gif's would be nice, try getting some if you can. Everyone would appreciate it, and your instructable would not be classified as newbie. :D

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    cry_wolfCharger_06

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah, i mean i like the Gifs but some pics added to the mix would make it a lot better. I don't mean to be harsh or anything, just a suggestion :D

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    GorillazMiko

    11 years ago on Introduction

    yes, i would rather have pictures too... but still, cool pictures/ instructable! :-)