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Playing with Play Doh can be lots of fun, but making your own salt dough modelling clay can be a fun process too. So in this article were ...
List of materials: Flour Salt Water Cream of Tartar Food Colouring Vegetable Oil - we used Olive oil (Ratio of Mixture) 2 Cup Flour 2 Cup Water 1 Cup ...
It's a good idea to mix the powder parts of your dough first, this will ensure a better mix. Start by adding 2 cups of flour, 1 cup ...
Once you have a smooth mixture turn on your heat and set to a low temperature. Continue to stir, your mixture is ready when it all comes away ...
When it’s cool enough to touch it time to get kneading. Don’t be too gentle, besides being a great workout for your upper body, the more time and ...
Now your consistency is correct your ready to add some colours. If you want to make more than one colour from the same batch then you should split ...
When your not using your dough it’s best to keep it in an airtight container and store it out of direct sunlight. If it's left out it can ...
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