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How to Make Play Dough At Home

There are a lot of recipes available to make Play Dough yourself at home. I am trying to provide a list of recipes I like.

YouTube Videos on Making Play Dough at home as they are very easy:

1. Play dough from scratch! - From: SteC0203

Play dough from scratch! - From: SteC0203

2. How to make play dough - From: lyly200

How to make play dough - From: lyly200

3. Make Playdough – From: cgtlv

Make Playdough – From: cgtlv

4. Playdough St. Patrick's Day Green Cullen's Abc's - From: Cullensabcs

Playdough St. Patrick's Day Green Cullen's Abc's

5. DIY Non-Toxic Toys: Packaging-Free Fun: by Alexandra Zissu

This recipe uses following ingredients. As per author if you store it in air tight container then it will last for 6 months or even more.

    * 1 cup flour
    * 1 cup water
    * 1 tablespoon oil
    * 1/4 cup salt
    * 1 tablespoon cream of tartar

Read complete story at http://www.thedailygreen.com/living-green/blogs/organic-parenting/DIY-playdough-55090801

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