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How to make silly putty with corn starch

How to make silly putty with corn starch

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-08-22Views:130

Silly Putty is the trademarked name for a simple toy that children can stretch, bounce and form into shapes. Kids and parents can make their own version of Silly Putty with cornstarch and water. Cornstarch "goop" tends to be slimier than the commerci[More]

How to Make Caramel Sauce Thick With Cornstarch

How to Make Caramel Sauce Thick With Cornstarch

Category:HealthRelease time:2012-11-29Views:130

Cornstarch can thicken any sauce without altering flavour, including caramel sauce. Overcooking the sauce after adding the cornstarch will cause it to thin again, so add the cornstarch at the end of the cooking time. Recipes for caramel sauce call fo[More]

How to Make Silly Putty With Flour

How to Make Silly Putty With Flour

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-04-16Views:130

Silly Putty is made by Crayola, comes in an egg and a great kids' toy thanks to its sticky, bouncy and gooey properties. Making your own version is a craft activity you can do with just a few simple ingredients--and you can do it with your kids in yo[More]

How to Make Putty With Flour, Salt & Water

How to Make Putty With Flour, Salt & Water

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-08-18Views:130

You can save money by making your children's play putty yourself using basic household ingredients. When you make the putty from scratch, you'll know exactly what is in it and can avoid exposing your child to chemicals and preservatives. Customise th[More]

How to Repair Masonite Siding With Putty

How to Repair Masonite Siding With Putty

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-10-26Views:130

Recognised for its density, strength and traditional wood appearance, Masonite hardboard is a partially synthetic alternative to solid wood. Masonite siding is primarily composed of wood fibres, glue resins and wax. Unlike natural wood, Masonite hard[More]

How to Install a Sink Drain With Plumber's Putty

How to Install a Sink Drain With Plumber's Putty

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-11-30Views:130

The drain in your sink channels dirty water from the sink through a pipe and into your home's sewer system. The drain flange is the visible portion of the drain in the bottom of the sink. This flange fits into a hollow in the bottom of the drain. A j[More]

How to fix a leaky copper pipe with putty

How to fix a leaky copper pipe with putty

Category:StyleRelease time:2015-03-08Views:130

Fixing a leaky copper pipe with putty stops the seepage until a plumber can permanently repair the leaking section of pipe. An epoxy-based putty bonds with the copper pipe's surface and forms a watertight seal. Pressing the putty into the copper pipe[More]

How to Make Fangs Using Putty

How to Make Fangs Using Putty

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-05-15Views:130

The vampire look is a fashionable look for Halloween and other costumes. Vampires are always well sought after because of their dangerous personalities and suave personas. The main difference between a regular person and a vampire is the teeth. You c[More]

How to get silly putty out of clothes & furniture

How to get silly putty out of clothes & furniture

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-09-28Views:130

Silly Putty is the brand name given to soft, mouldable, bouncy clay that children play with. The putty has its origins in industrial scientific research and was invented in 1943 by James Wright, a Scottish engineer, while working for General Electric[More]

Homemade Silly Putty Without Liquid Starch, Borax or Alternatives

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-10-30Views:130

Silly Putty is a popular kids' toy and you can make a version of it at home. Most recipes for homemade Silly Putty call for liquid starch or borax. If you do not have these ingredients on hand or if you prefer a safer alternative, make homemade Silly[More]

How to Soften Wood Putty

Category:Computers & electronicsRelease time:2012-12-06Views:130

Many projects require the removal of hardened wood putty, such as restoring windows or repairing woodwork. You don't want to spend a lot of time trying to pick putty away with a razor tool, and hacking at it with a hammer and chisel can break the woo[More]

How to Make Silly Putty From Baby Powder & Glue

How to Make Silly Putty From Baby Powder & Glue

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-12-26Views:130

Silly Putty is a favourite of children, giving them hours of fun as they mould it into a variety of shapes. While they're playing with Silly Putty, you can give them a science lesson they will remember by teaching them how to make their own. A craft[More]

How to Make Cherry Blossoms With Gum Paste

How to Make Cherry Blossoms With Gum Paste

Category:FoodRelease time:2013-05-08Views:130

Blossoming cherry trees, also known as sakura, are an entirely different species than the cherry tree that produces the fruit. Indigenous to Asia, blossoming cherry trees are significant in Asian culture. Due to their brief and overwhelming blooming[More]

How to remove therapy putty from clothing

Category:StyleRelease time:2013-06-03Views:130

Therapy Putty, similar to Silly Putty, is a silicone polymer clay that squishes into shapes, stretches and bounces. It has a tacky hardness to it and a wet and glossy finish. Therapy Putty is often used to strengthen hand grip and improve finger dext[More]

How to Decorate a Cookie with a Paw Print

Category:FoodRelease time:2013-06-07Views:130

Two easy ways to decorate a cookie with a paw print is by using a rubber stamp or by creating a fondant paw print with a cookie cutter. A rubber stamp, with the image of a paw print can be pushed into the formed cookie before it goes into the oven. I[More]

How to Decorate With Gum Paste

How to Decorate With Gum Paste

Category:FoodRelease time:2013-07-14Views:130

Gum paste is an essential tool for cake decorators. It is most commonly used for creating edible flowers, but can be crafted into virtually any small cake decoration, such as figurines or ornaments. Having the proper tools and keeping the gum paste p[More]

How to Putty a Wooden Sash

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-08-01Views:130

Wooden window sashes use glazing putty to help secure the glass in place, as well to seal the area between the glass and the wooden frame. Eventually, the putty on the window wears out due to exposure to the weather and the putty hardens and cracks.[More]

How to Make Initials With Fondant

How to Make Initials With Fondant

Category:FoodRelease time:2013-08-31Views:130

Fondant not only can cover cakes, but can also create decorative accent pieces such as flowers, figurines and lettering. You can make fondant lettering using letter cutters or by freehand. Always measure the space that you have prior to creating lett[More]

How to paint furniture with faux finishes

How to paint furniture with faux finishes

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-09-01Views:130

Add creativity and artistic flair with a variety of faux finish techniques on used or dated furniture. Transform furniture using a variety of paint colours and paint tools for a brand new look. Practice a variety of looks on cardboard before painting[More]

How to repair a swimming pool with epoxy

How to repair a swimming pool with epoxy

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-09-06Views:130

Your swimming pool provides you and your family with countless hours of outdoor entertainment. Over time, however, pools made of gunite, fibreglass, acrylic or plaster can develop hairline cracks. While hairline cracks do not result in leakage, crack[More]

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