Since our post on homemade play dough made of Jell-O remains one of our most popular posts of all time, I thought you guys might enjoy another food-based play dough recipe. Once again, this is a recipe that results in a silky soft and incredible sweet smelling dough.
I’m over at eHow’s craft channel with a completely edible peanut butter play dough recipe that your littles are sure to love. Go check it out and make yourself a batch this weekend.
- Christmas DIY play dough, aka Indoor Snowmen – actually a very different texture than traditional playdough (sticks together more like snow) and uses only 2 ingredients.
- Homemade play dough alternative #2: Dr. Suess’ Oobleck – a DIY slippery, slimy activity that kids love and comes complete with a classic companion book.
- Homemade play dough alternative #3: Rainbow Scented Glitter Slime – an alternative DIY slime recipe that engages multiple senses.
- How to Reap the Many Benefits of Play dough – a brief primer on play dough play tools and benefits.
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