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All the DIY

This DIY snow slime is giving us Frozen vibes, and we can’t let it go

HelloGiggles

Slippery and wet snow is pretty much nature’s slime and that’s why we can’t help but play in it. If you’re looking for a great winter craft to do while you’re hanging out with all the kids in your family over the holidays, you’re in luck, because this will entertain everyone for hours. Watch the video below and follow along with the ingredients. Finally, put on Frozen in the background and never let it go.

Snow Slime

Materials:
1 6 oz. bottle of glitter glue
1 tsp baking soda
1 Tbsp. contact solution
Snowflake confetti
Glitter

Instructions:
1. Pour the glitter glue into a bowl and add the baking soda. Stir until combined.
2. Add contact solution in slowly while stirring. Test the stickiness with your fingers. Keep adding contact solution until it stops sticking to your hands. Be careful not to add too much or it won’t be as stretchy.
3. Add in snowflake confetti and glitter.

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How to network when jobs are in short supply, according to a career counselor