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Do not eat the ornament. Mix all ... smooth ball. Roll dough 1/4" thick with ... varnish) to seal out moisture. Store in cool, dry place when not being used.
Mix together salt ... a time. Knead dough 7 to 10 ... 1/2 hour). First color with bright magic markers when cool and then varnish (can use spray varnish).
Mix the salt ... time. Squeeze the dough with your hands ... do not burn ornaments. Be sure ... with clear shellac or nail polish to preserve ornaments.
Slowly add water ... hands. Roll out dough. Cut or ... on each side. Cool then paint and glaze. Don't forget to make a hole for the string before baking.
Mix all above. Shape into Christmas tree ornaments or animal shapes. Bake slow, 225 degrees, 2 hours. Cool - paint.
Mix soda and ... to cool. Knead dough and roll out ... shape dough by hand. Let air dry 1-2 days. Can be painted with acrylic paint. Coat with clear shellac.
Mix salt and ... 10 minutes until dough is smooth and ... varnish to protect ornament from moisture. Hang ... baskets, candle holders, or whatever you like.
Mix into thick dough. Roll as ... desired shapes,. making small hole at the top for hanging. Allow to dry completely. Thread ribbon through hole and hang.
Combine flour and salt. Then add water. Dough should be soft ... hard. Cool before painting with felt tip markers and coat with high gloss polyurethane.
Cream sugar and eggs. Add flour and mix well. Roll out on floured board and cut into Christmas shapes. Brush with beaten egg and bake at 400 degrees ...
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