Homemade Salt Dough

I love clay. This bake-able clay recipe is perfect for younger children, or a quick project. The best part of this recipe it incredibly inexpensive. Cheap is not always the best, but as far as bake-able clay, this recipe is exactly what you’re looking for (perfect or ornaments and small sculptures). One of my favorite features of salt dough is that it looks like sand. This is the perfect recipe to create magical sandcastles that won’t wash away.

Total Project Expense: $2.89 (All Purpose Flour) + $1.24 (Salt) = $4.13

Magical Salt Dough 

2 cups flour

1 cup salt

3/4 cup water .

Mix flour and salt together. Gradually mix water until mixture is a dough like consistency. Once complete, bake at 350 degree for 1 hour (thicker pieces may need additional time).



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