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DIY Smile Emoji Squishy

Well, it's not an oobleck stress ball but it looks SUPER satisfying. This craft is from the YouTube channel Nim C. and I will post her link to her channel at the end of this post. For this DIY you will need...

Memory foamScissorsYellow markersBlack markers

First, Cut any shape from the memory foam. Now, color the whole thing yellow. Now, with your black marker, draw a smiley face. And your done! I hope you liked this! Bye! And here's Nim's link!
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