|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 first 3 ... Knead 10 minutes. Color batches as desired with food coloring. Form ornaments in desired shapes. ... another coat of lacquer and let dry.
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.
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 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 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 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.
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.
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