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Store bought playdough is so boring compared to what you can do at home! Homemade playdough can be scented, texturized, and in other ways personalized. Not to mention ...
1 Cup white flour 1/2 cup salt 2 tablespoons cream of tartar 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 cup warm water 1 three ounce package of jello - flavor ...
Couldn't be simpler. Get a big mixing bowl and start measuring, scooping, dumping, and pouring. The young lady in the photo is almost five and is able to ...
Pour into a saucepan. I prefer a teflon coated saucepan to reduce sticking. *This scalds easily, so use a medium (not high) heat. Stir continuously. It will gradually ...
Once the dough begins to clump don't let it remain over the heat. Dump the hot ball of dough into something where it can sit, away from little ...
If you want to alter the color, or enhance the color, add some food coloring. Glitter is a grrls best friend, so hold back! Craft stores sell a ...
There we have it folks. Let it cool completely before storing. Makes an awesome gift, especially if you include the recipe!
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