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When I was in third grade I was in a small art class and we were using a type of clay called "salt-dough" The teacher told us how ...
You will need 1/2 cup to 1 cup of flour1 cup to 1 1/2 cupof salt and 1/2 cup to 1 cup of water(believe me, you will need ...
You will mix in all of the dry ingredients first, then you will slowly add in the water, while watching how sticky or watery it becomes. (When you ...
You need to keep mushing with flour so it does not stick to anything.Throw from one hand to another very quickly or shape it from a sphere to ...
You should put your salt-dough clay away in an air tight container such as a Tupperware bowl or some Gladware. But before you put them in the storage ...
I was reading a book with salt-dough projects and I decided to put some in this instructable! -FISH Cover a flat foil oval with rolled out dough. Add ...
Work on a sheet of foil so you will not have to move the project to get it in the oven. Lay the sheet of foil on a ...
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