I came across the recipe for this snow goo at Growing a Jeweled Rose and just knew my girls would love it! Although we used all of the white glue in our house to make it (I knew I should have purchased more for our stash during the back-to-school sales), it’s easy to make and keeps well in a tightly sealed container.
And I have to admit, even as an adult, that there is something soothing about sticking your fingers in the cold goo and letting it slide over them!
- 3 cups water, at the hottest temperature out of the tap
- 2 cups white school glue
- 3/4 teaspoons of borax
Combine 1-1/2 cups water, white glue and glitter in a medium bowl and mix well.
In a small bowl, mix remaining water and borax until the borax has completely dissolved.
Pour the borax solution into the glue mixture and stir until it begins to come together. Use your hands to continue kneading the mixture until you have goo!
Store in a container with a tight lid.
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