You will need:
- 3 parts flour (any)
- 1 part salt (anything but rock salt)
- some kind of oil, canola, vegetable
- vitamin E capsules (optional)
- Food Dye (optional)
Some Ideas on What to do with PlayDough:
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- Make beads by rolling dough into small balls and poking holes through with a toothpick. Great for necklaces, ornaments, bead curtains, poppets, etc.
- Make an altar tile with a cool design on it like a pentagram or the Tree of Life. Do this by placing a coloring page over some dough that you've rolled out to your desired thickness and poking holes along the lines to create a stencil for you to use on your dough. Or if you have a bit of artistic talent you could free hand carve the picture of your choice.
- You can also use cookie cutters to make great shapes for Yule ornaments, Charms, and all other manner of nonsense.
- I've made offering bowls, incense holders, coasters, decorative tiles for hanging, little plaques, candle holders, and even little goddesses.
- Bits of Glass & Metal can be used in the before baking process. In the after baking process, get creative with glue & paint & buttons & yarn & glitter & so on!