As a kid you love playing games, and with toys, but growing up it seemed like we had the most fun playing with toys we made ourselves.
That’s what makes this ‘do-it-yourself’ project perfect if you have kids or grandkids.
Hopefully most of you are familiar with silly putty, as it has entertained millions both young and old over the years. The following video will show you how to make some of your own, but with a little twist.
Below is a tutorial for making your own ‘magnetic slime.’ That’s right, slime that doubles as a magnet. All you need are the following
– 6 oz white school glue
– 1/4 cup of water
– 1/4 cup of liquid starch
– 2-4 tsp black Iron Oxide powder
– Neodymium Magnet
Check out how to make it below:
THIS IS THE COOLEST SLIME EVER! Be sure to watch until the end to see the crazy things it does!**NOTE: If you are using powdered pigments, you *should* wear a proper particulate mask. And beware that the powdered pigments dust could settle elsewhere in your home. For utmost safety, only use powdered pigments outside or in a vent booth, wearing the proper particulate mask, goggles, and clothing that you will wash right away.We know not to eat our paint. One must also not breathe it in, if sanding it and/or using a powdered pigment.
Posted by Quirky Momma on Friday, February 26, 2016
Does that look like some fun, or what? I could spend hours watching magnets disappear into strange gooey slime. If you have kids at home, I highly recommend making this!