Introduction: How to Make Play Doh

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Play doh is a fun thing for kids to play with! Sometimes, not fun to buy, here is how to easily make play doh with items, most people all have in the pantry. Let's Begin!

Step 1: What You Need

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You will need

1 cup of water
1 tablespoon vege oil
1 tablespoon of cream of tartar
1/2 cup of salt
Saucepan
Food colouring
Flour

* sorry I missed a few things out in the picture

Step 2: Heat Everything Up

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Combine all the ingredients but not flour in a sauce pan and then put on stove. Heat until warm whilst stirring it.

Step 3: Beat

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Add flour, as much as you think it needs, as consistency varies with different pots and things. Beat until smooth.

Step 4: Package It

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Scrape the play doh into a container and flatten if you wish.

Step 5: Cool

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Seal the container with the lid and place in the fridge to cool down.



And there you have it! Leave it in the fridge, play when you want, put it back in the fridge and voila! This will last up to 6 months.please vote

Good luck making this!

Comments

kiwi23 (author)2015-02-04

This was a cheap way to make play-doh that works well

catlily (author)2015-01-20

Consider this voted! Well done and I should really try this!!

Phoenix Flare (author)2015-01-19

That's cool! We should make some

ggrookett (author)2015-01-19

My daughter loves playdoh and I was actually getting ready to go buy some. This may be a good project for us to do together. Thanks for the share.

emmagaff12 (author)2015-01-11

Make sure to vote! Haha

emmagaff12 (author)2015-01-11

No problem! Glad I could help! Make sure to comment back a picture, try out a bit with only 3/4 cup of water and tell how that turns out please! Good luck!

graydog111 (author)2015-01-11

Thanks emmagaff12. I appreciate you making this 'ible. I needed some for a project, but the new poly-modeling clay is very expensive. What happened to plain old modeling clay they sold back in the 1950's?

I'll let you know how mine turns out. :-p