Sparkle Playdough

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A good playdough with a great texture is difficult to come by when it comes to homemade fun. Some of the best ones require cooking on the stovetop. Making playdough in this fashion may be more time consuming, but the finished product is well worth it. I was very excited when I found this recipe for a night sky playdough at Two Daloo. The batch I made is altered slightly, and doubled. I wanted a larger batch so that both my children would have enough to play with. This recipe is easy enough for the kids to make, but please keep a close watch on the process as the stove and fire are requirements.

Simple ingredients and easy recipe to follow. With adult supervision the kids can make their own playdough (or atleast help with some of the process). Purple sparkle playdough with a fabulous texture.

 

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups Water
  • Red and Blue Food Coloring
  • 1 Packet Unflavored Gelatin
  • 1 TB Cream of Tartar
  • 2 Cups Flour
  • 1/2 Cup Salt
  • 2 TB Olive oil
  • Glitter

Simple ingredients and easy recipe to follow. With adult supervision the kids can make their own playdough (or atleast help with some of the process). Purple sparkle playdough with a fabulous texture.

 

 

 

Directions

  • Add 3 drops of each color to your water to make a nice lavender color (or choose another shade) and put in a medium sauce pan. Pour in packet of gelatin. Over high heat, stir until gelatine is dissolved.

Simple ingredients and easy recipe to follow. With adult supervision the kids can make their own playdough (or atleast help with some of the process). Purple sparkle playdough with a fabulous texture.

  • Reduce heat to medium and slowly add cream of tartar, flour, salt, and oil.

Simple ingredients and easy recipe to follow. With adult supervision the kids can make their own playdough (or atleast help with some of the process). Purple sparkle playdough with a fabulous texture.

  • Stir for a short time until dough forms. Remove from heat.
  • Turn your dough out onto a  non-stick surface to cool. Add glitter once cool and store in an air tight container.

Simple ingredients and easy recipe to follow. With adult supervision the kids can make their own playdough (or atleast help with some of the process). Purple sparkle playdough with a fabulous texture.

 

My daughter plays with this a few times a week, and we made it over two months ago. The texture is still quite wonderful. We keep it in a ziploc bag and it hasn’t dried out at all yet.

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