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Non toxic recipes to make almost anything. Like glitter paint, chalk, various paints, doughs, soap.

Make Non Toxic Puffy Paint Tools needed for this project 1 tbs self-raising flour food coloring 1 tbs salt water

this site has every recipe for non-toxic play items you can imagine, ie, finger paint, paper glue, water colors, chalk, glitter, and a ton more recipes for kids play!

Make Natural Non-toxic Craft Supplies These are a Natural! Make your very own NON TOXIC craft supply recipes from natural materials.

Planetpals Craft Page: How to make Non Toxic Natural Craft supplies and materials for kids. Healthy, eco friendly, green paste, dyes, glue, glitter, clay, paper,paint, play dough, more

Bowl Plastic Cup Box Borax Soap 1 Glue Liquid Food coloring Water Directions: Empty the entire bottle of glue into a mixing bowl.

Planetpals Craft Page: How to make Non Toxic Natural Craft supplies and materials for kids. Healthy, eco friendly, green paste, dyes, glue, glitter, clay, paper,paint, play dough, more

Easy snow paint, equal parts shaving cream and glue. Plus more non toxic alternatives.

I use a similar (cooked) version of this, but I'm going to try this non-cooked the next time.

Homemade Playdough Recipe - How To

homemade no-cook play dough recipe WONDERFUL recipe! Takes 5 minutes--uses flour, salt, cream of tartar, veggie oil, water and food coloring.

Planetpals Craft Page: How to make Non Toxic Natural Craft supplies and materials for kids. Healthy, eco friendly, green paste, dyes, glue, glitter, clay, paper,paint, play dough, more

Huge assortment of home made kids crafts - Finger paint, recycled crayons, dryer lint paper mache.

We tried this recipe tonight. It makes a huge batch and it feels awesome. This is a keeper! The best playdough recipe | How to Make play dough | Tinkerlab.com

The Best Playdough Recipe that lasts for Months

Sugar glitter - THIS WORKS! 1/2c sugar, 2-10 drops food coloring. Shake & bake 10mins. It would be so pretty on margarita glasses or cupcakes. And if you have a kiddo like mine, this will be MUCH CHEAPER than the pounds & pounds of glitter we go through during Craft Time. This would be great for teachers and Sunday schools.

Edible Sugar Glitter Baking Pan Jar cup of salt (or granulated sugar) teaspoon of LIQUID food coloring Preheat an oven to 350 degrees Oven for 10 mins Directions: cup granulated sugar 2 drops food coloring (a drop at a time),

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