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Written by: Pat Higgins

Make your own colorful glue using items found in the kitchen.

What You Do:

This is so easy. Take an Elmers® glue bottle, or a hair dressing squeeze bottle, and put 1/2 Elmers® glue to 1/4 tempera paint, and shake (or set upside down overnight). Squeeze out on a vellum bristol type of paper to make neat designs and colors.

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