|by Armand Sussman|
No nails. No fuss. No kidding! Turn your woodshop scrap lumber into simple, inexpensive pieces of furniture that are both sturdy and attractive.
1 - 10 of 160 for playdough no salt
Kool-Aid Playdough: Dissolve Kool-Aid ... Add other ingredients and mix together. Mixture should congeal but not be sticky. Store in airtight container.
Cook over medium ... constantly. (Cook until playdough is no longer sticky, don't ... playdough keeps exceptionally well if stored in an airtight container.
Mix together all ingredients. Microwave 3-5 minutes, stirring every minute. Cool until it is too thick to stir. Cool. Knead. Store in an airtight ...
Add food coloring and oil to water before mixing. Mix ingredients together. Cook on stove over medium heat. Stir with wooden spoon as long as you can ...
Mix the flour, salt and cream of ... Dough will be hot and sticky. Knead 2-3 minutes until you have a smooth consistency. Store in an air-tight container.
Combine first three ingredients in a medium pot. Stir in last two ingredients. Cook the mixture, stirring constantly over low heat until it's like ...
Mix together in ... when mixing first 4 ingredients by dropping 5-10 drops of food coloring to the 2 cups of water. Makes great playdough. Keep covered!
Mix. Stir over slow heat until mixture becomes thick (2 to 4 minutes). Let it cool a little, then knead for 5 minutes while still warm. You can make ...
Measure water in ... medium heat, add salt, flour, oil ... wax paper. Stays soft and pliable for months if you keep it in airtight container. Have fun!!
Stir and cook ... off the heat and knead by hand until it looks like playdough. Keeps for approximately 2 months (with home use). Store in refrigerator.
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