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Have you ever wanted to make your own clay and not buy the expensive clay at the hobby store?Well, heres the instructable, How to make clay!This instr...
It is time to go shopping or dig into your cupboard to get the ingredients! Get the things as listed...3 1/2 cups of all-purpose flour1/2 cup of salt1...
Okay, you got all of the stuff you need (hopefully) and lets start making clay!Add water into anything that can boil water, preferably a pot. Start bo...
While you are waiting for the water to boil, put all the dry ingredients into the large mixing bowl and mix it all up!
After the water is boiling, remove it from heat and then add in the oil and mix it together.
Slowly pour the hot oiled water into the large bowl with the dry ingredients and mix it together thoroughly using the wooden spoon. After you have mix...
After the mixture in the bowl cooled, take it all out of the bowl and put it down on the cookie sheet and begin kneading the mixture until it becomes ...
Done!You now made the clay that is cheap to make compared to the expensive store-bought clay!Now you can hand it over to your little kids to play with...
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