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PostHeaderIcon Homemade Play Doh Recipe??

I need a recipe for homemade PlayDoh. Doesn’t matter what kind, you can give creative answers if you want. Or simple.

PostHeaderIcon Flour and salt play-doh?

I made a homemade playdoh with flour, salt and clay. But when I started playing with it, it’s soo sticky and it isnt’t even sturdy enough to make a model! Help please?

PostHeaderIcon Flour and salt play-doh?

I made a homemade playdoh with flour, salt and clay. But when I started playing with it, it’s soo sticky and it isnt’t even sturdy enough to make a model! Help please?

PostHeaderIcon What is a substitute for cream of tartar ?

My niece and I are wanting to make homemade playdoh and it calls for cream of tartar and I dont have any so does anyone know a good substitute ? Here’s the recipe1 cup flour

1 cup boiling water

2 tbsp. cream of tartar

1/2 cup salt

1 tbsp. oil

Mix and knead together.

PostHeaderIcon Homemade Playdoh???

Does anyone know of any good easy recipes for homemade Playdoh?
I hate paying for it when it would be so much cheaper to make my own, plus my son always leaves it out and it ends up drying out. Atleast he’s outgrown eating it!

PostHeaderIcon what type of material should I use in order to make a brain model?

So you see, science fair is comming up & my friend and I were wanting to make models of the brain as it ages. (So, 4 models all together, the infant, child, adult and elderly brain)

We were wanting to make the models about the exact shape of real life brains. We also wanted to colour code the sections of the brain.

However, here is the problem. Modelling clay is far too expensive. A packet of 8 colours (each strip only about 7 cm in hight.) for . AND WE HAVE TO MAKE 4 BRAINS?? It would cost to much.

So I was thinking of making homemade playdoh, as it would be cheap and easy. + we can make our own colours. Although, my friend thinks that it would take too long to dry and would probably crumble and crack as it drys.

SO this is the question, what type of material would be best to make our brain models out of?
and is it possible to make it at home? but be able to dry perfectly?
+oh and would playdoh be a good idea??

thank you guys so much, it is really appreciated :) We are desperate >.<

PostHeaderIcon How do you make Model Magic at home?

My son loves to work with Model Magic, but it’s getting very expensive to keep it stocked in our house. There are many recipes for homemade PlayDoh. Any for model Magic?
Thank you!

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