Holiday Play-doh

Materials

  • 1 cup of flour
  • ½ cup salt
  • 2 tbsp. cream of tarter
  • 1tbsp oil
  • One cup boiling water
  • Food coloring
  • Glitter
  • Peppermint oil

How To

Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online
Holiday Play-doh - DIY - Playgarden Online

Tips with Miss Charlotte

Teacher Playgarden

Troubleshooting: If the dough is too wet, add a dash of flour. If the dough is too dry, wet your hands and continue kneading the dough. If the dough is sticky, put a dime size amount of oil on your hands and mix it like lotion, and then knead the dough some more.

Tip: the water has to be hot for the chemical reactions to work. If it’s warm, it will not mix.

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