|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 cornstarch play dough for more results.
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Stir and add ... tight container. The kids love to use the cookie cutters when playing with this dough. It is very creamy and doesn't stick in nails, etc.
Combine flour, salt and cornstarch and alum in ... 2 minutes. Divide dough into sections and ... air tight containers in refrigerator. It keeps for months.
Combine ingredients and ... you can handle dough. Knead until ... airtight container. If it starts to dry out. Add a few drops of water and place in microwave.
Mix and cook over low heat until mixture leaves edge of pan. Remove from heat. Stir in 1/2 tablespoon oil of wintergreen (if desired). May use salad ...
Mix together all ingredients over low heat until thick. Knead with hands until smooth. Mix to smooth consistency. Cook until clean and pudding ...
Put cornstarch, flour and salt in bowl. Add ... an stir. (If dough is too stiff, ... then cut or form shapes. Can be stored in plastic in the refrigerator.
Cook on low heat, stir until dough forms ball. Cool. Knead on wax paper (food coloring may be added in water before cooking). Store in airtight container.
Combine dry ingredients ... minutes. Divide into sections and knead food coloring in as desired. If dough becomes sticky, knead in more flour. Keeps for months.
Cook in well-vented area until resembles mashed potatoes. Stir bottom frequently. Knead. Store in bread bags. Completely non-toxic (unlike commercial ...
Mix all ingredients and cook over a medium flame until thick. A drop or two of glycerine can be added at this point but is not essential. If the ...
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