DIY Magic Potion Play Set
I am not sure what spurred the production of this "magic potion" kit. I can't really remember that far back (like three days ago). All the ingredients are common kitchen items which makes them non-toxic and, though not tasty, quite edible in case someone in magic class decides to sample.
Colored Rice Playtime post. I call it "dried rainbow." If you need a reminder on how to dye rice, go a head and click on the link above. This would make a cute present if done with Epsom salts as a bath additive (Or a cute joke gift as is).
Next we have magic beans:
. . . you want it to react with the Vile Dragon Venom (green food coloring and vinegar).
We are waiting for it to stop raining so we can play with this outside (I think it might get messy), but it is Coryn is really excited about the set up.
The set could easily be adjusted to make a "mad scientist kit" instead.