|by Marilyn Mets|
Four fat dough sticks and illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions allow young children to roll, mold, press, and imprint numerous amusing and dec...
Tip: Try coloring dough ornaments for more results.
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Mix flour, salt ... a ball. Roll dough on a floured ... top of each ornament with a drinking ... Paint with water colors or tempera paint. ... NOT EAT these ornaments.
In large bowl, ... flour. Roll out dough about 1/4 inch ... egg carton. Add food coloring and stir. Before baking: Paint the ornaments. Use a ... BROWN. DO NOT EAT.
Mix first 3 ... Knead 10 minutes. Color batches as desired with food coloring. Form ornaments in desired shapes. ... another coat of lacquer and let dry.
Combine 2 cups ... flour. For colored dough, add food coloring to the water ... painted. For Christmas Ornaments: Omit oil. ... not to eat these ornaments!
For the dough, mix 1/2 ... few drops of food coloring into each portion. ... Bake the finished ornaments on a foil ... shellac or clear acrylic coating.
1. Preheat oven ... minutes for smaller ornaments and 1-1 1/2 ... inch ball of dough and wrap it ... paint ornaments with food coloring (mixed in a ... additional touch of color. Put glaze on before baking ornament.
Mix well with hands in large bowl. If dough is too dry, ... or 2 of food color into each part. ... and press into ornaments for decorations or ... shellac or fingernail polish.
Mix in a large bowl. If the dough is too dry, ... into several parts and kneading a drop or two of food coloring into each part. Roll or mold as desired.
Mix ingredients well ... bowl. If the dough is too dry, ... few drops of food coloring. To roll: ... to hang. Bake ornaments on ungreased cookie ... lightly sand before painting.
Mix well in a large bowl. If the dough is too dry ... Dough can be colored with food coloring. Roll or mold into shapes and bake at 250 degrees until dry.
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