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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Drawing Dough

This recipe is a cross between paint and dough that you squeeze out onto thick construction paper or card stock and it creates a puffy, colorful design. As it dries the salt crystallizes and glitters.

You'll need:
2/3 cup each, water, flour, and salt
washable tempera paints
squeeze bottles (which you can get in your local craft or perhaps a dollar store)
thick construction paper or card stock

In a bowl, whisk together the water, flour and salt. It will be bearly pourable. Divide the dough between bowls and stir in a few drops of the washable paint. Pour the dough into squeeze bottles.

From FamilyFun magazine - September 2007


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