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DIY Play Dough Recipe
I remember nibbling play dough as a kid! 😜 Here’s a taste safe play dough recipe made with all good grade ingredients. I will warn you, it’s addicting to make. Once you go, homemade, there’s no going back to store-bought. 😉🙌 YOU’LL NEED: • 1 cup flour (compact) • 1/2 cup table salt • 2 tbsp cream of Tartar • 1 tbsp oil • 1 cup boiling water • Food coloring INSTRUCTIONS: • In a bowl, combined the flour, salt, and cream of tartar. Mix well.  • Add the oil, but don’t mix yet. • Mix a few drops of food coloring in the boiling water and add to the bowl.  • Mix everything very well and massage with your hands until it is no longer sticky.  💡Storage: Wait for the Play-Doh to cool completely. Wrap in plastic and placed in an airtight container. Store at room temperature for
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