Play-Doh Bulk 12-Pack of Red Non-Toxic Modelling Compound, 4-Ounce Cans
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Play-Doh is a modeling compound for young children to make arts and crafts projects. The product was first manufactured in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, as a wallpaper cleaner in the 1930s.  Play-Doh was then reworked and marketed to Cincinnati schools in the mid-1950s. Play-Doh was demonstrated at an educational convention in 1956 and prominent department stores opened retail accounts.  Thanks for the recipe! My first recipe I had to dump and found this one. That one had too much salt I think (1/2 cup) and the whole thing was just goo. This consistency is perfects
Play-Doh Bulk 12-Pack of Red Non-Toxic Modelling Compound, 4
I made my first batch last night. I used canola oil because I didn’t have any vegetable oil. It seems to work just fine. I’ll have to try it with veg oil when I have some and compare them.In a similar way, mix a small piece of blue Play-Doh with a small piece of yellow Play-Doh to create green Play-Doh.
Play Doh videos for toddlers: Learn colors with Playdough. Play Doh videos for toddlers: Learn colors with Playdough.
Awesome recipe! Just made it and it was so easy and turned out great. Tried another recipe from somewhere else first and had to toss that one. Thank you! Fleming, Mike Jr. (April 2, 2015). "Fox Molding 'Play-Doh' Film With Paul Feig Circling; Another Hasbro Toy Brand Making Movie Transfer". Deadline. Archived from the original on January 9, 2020 . Retrieved April 17, 2020. Homemade play dough is easy to make and super easy to store. Just drop it in a ziploc bag and it will last for months!Thank you for the recipe. Very easy to make, I made 3 different colours yesterday with my little ones (they are 4 and 17 months) and they loved helping preparing and playing with it. The only thing that I would do differently would be making only one colour at a time because after 10 minutes of them playing it all became one thing 😂 Because this recipe is preserved with salt, it will taste very salty, meaning your children will probably have no desire to eat it. (Of course, you should always supervise young children playing.) Gluten-free? Try my gluten-free playdough recipe. How to Make Playdough