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Cooked Play Dough we use for the children
This is great play dough as the texture is great and its easy and doesn't take long at all

DO NOT EAT!!!!!(my next door neighbor thought it smelt good because of the peppermint i put in it , i told him it woudln't taste good because of the salt so he tasted it then said oh yeah it does taste like salt! DUH!)

Posted by Twinkle_Toes from Australian Capital Territory, Australian Capital Territory, Australia • Published See Twinkle_Toes's 37 projects »
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  • How to make a clay. Cooked Play Dough - Step 1
    Step 1

    Mix all Dry ingredients together and then add liquid and place in a VERY LARGE POT (trust me the bigger the better)
    Remember to add the food colouring to the water for better results.

  • Step 2

    Put on to cook on a medium heat

  • How to make a clay. Cooked Play Dough - Step 3
    Step 3

    Stir until forms into mash potato like substance and it starts to move away from the sides and forms a big ball

    ( i know it looks gross)

  • How to make a clay. Cooked Play Dough - Step 4
    Step 4

    let cool for a while or until its easy to kneed into a soft dough

  • Step 5

    Go Crazy and have fun remembering your childhood!
    You can make 2 lots of colour by adding the food colouring at the end , A great idea is to put one colour inside another and mix to make brilliant colours and designs!
    i added peppermint essence to the mixture to make it smell better

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Surf jewels
Surf jewels · Southend-on-Sea, England, GB · 11 projects
thats interesting, no need 2 buy playdoh then.
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coco
coco · 3 projects
Quite groovy!! Completely and utterly wierd=D
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