We will not know that a delicious drink, Kool-Aid, is good for all things besides drinking. It turns out you can make a lot of things that are very useful and fun using Kool-Aid. Here are some cool ideas to get one way using Kool-Aid. They are easy and can be fun to do by your children.
1. Edible Slime
Kool-Aid is also useful for us because it saves children’s toys, by using Kool-Aid our children can make mucus, use versatile Kool-Aid. And the beauty of coloring is very cute and interesting, Kool-Aid can also be made candy and a very refreshing drink for everyone.
It turned out that Kool-Aid had a mixture using one of the preservatives which should not be carelessly used
2. Kool-Aid Play Dough
3. Kool-Aid Slushies
4. Make Your Own Lip Gloss
Here is a very fun project for girls! My girls through lip gloss like crazy so we decided to try a little and make our own! We grabbed some of our favorite Kool-Aid dishes and were forced to work! I do not consider the project too child-friendly even because of the risk of burning it when you make your lip gloss. I will let the kids shape and label their Lip Gloss Kool Aid instead.
5. Lemonade Kool-Aid as Dishwasher Cleaner
Kool-Aid is also useful for laundry soap, using this can clean all clothes, pants, or whatever you want to wash in this washing machine. It turns out it’s very useful one of these preservatives. Besides being edible, it can even be made to clean smelly clothes, it’s quite unique, isn’t it.
6. Dye Your Hair With Kool-Aid
Of course, my daughters go nuts over their hair and start asking again if they can dip their hair. I finally agreed (yep, without talking to my husband) but with only 3 weeks until the school started we needed something really temporary. I still want something less hard as I’ve seen before, we go to the Kool-Aid route and I’ll show you how to light your hair with Kool-Aid.
Dyeing with Kool-Aid is a bit easier but in oldest old brown hair it does not really take. We try both purple and red and soaked for a long time but you still can not see the color in it. I think summer is coming I will probably make it by getting her professionally dipped hair once and forever.
7. Kool-Aid Popcorn
Using Kool-Aid can also be given to popcorn to feel and color as usual, it will smell fragrant and delicious when eaten. It turns out that the use of Kool-Aid is not just that, but even the food can change its appearance and taste. Looks pretty, the colors are striking from before.
8. Kool Aid Dipped Stationery
At first I planned to take some original Kool-Aid powder packs to try them as a dye. I think all the food dyes will make some pretty good stationery. What I found was that the variety of flavor and therefore the color was wider in the liquid Kool-Aid then in the powder. Is the whole world moving to the simplest solution? I mean how hard it is to mix water jugs and Kool-Aid power packs? Women who prefer to text rather than sit and write quick notes on paper.
9. Kool-Aid Snow Cone Syrup
10. Kool-Aid Rock Candy
Kool-Aid can also be made into sweets that are very sweet and funny by using sugar and coloring, then a small stick is inserted into the molten sugar water, then soaked for a few minutes so that the liquid cave sticks to the small wood, then if it is dry, put it in sugar which is still not liquid. After everything is dry, put Kool-Aid into a glass and then the dried candy is put in, wait a few minutes and then look, it will be colored in the color of Kool-Aid. This is a very precise experiment.
11. Misty Berry Bath Salts
I keep a little for myself, but I add them to the easy collection of fruit and diy beauty that I send to my sister. They grow so fast, I will not know what to do! He really is a bright color and fragrance of fruit. If you want to give this as a blue gift may be a bit lighter, but as soon as you add it to the water, you’ll get a strong, foggy blue color. Only a few bath salts will go a long way so do not have to put them all in the tab at once.