FAVORITE ECO CRAFT RECIPES
Here is a growing collection of recipes that are great for use in the STUDIO or at home.
Super Easy Salt Dough
Great for school projects or, just having fun!
When baked, this clay becomes as solid as a rock for a well preserved memory.
2 cups flour
1 cup salt
1 cup water
1. Mix salt and flour.
2. Add in half the water, then gradually add the remaining water.
3. Knead until the dough is smooth, this can take up to 10 minutes.
Baking: Time varies based on thickness of ornament
Temperature: 225 degrees
Time: 3 hours – or until hard
This dough is a timeless remedie to spring fever! Sculpt, cut, paint,Create for a treasure to last a lifetime.
To preserve, coat with clear acrylic sealer, Awesome!
Ghoulish Glop (a.k.a Flubber)
Part I – In one larger bowl mix
2 c. white glue
1 1/2c warm water
Drops of Food/ Watercolor Coloring as needed
Part II – In another bowl mix:
1 1/3 c. warm water
4 tsp. BORAX powder
NEXT – Pour Part II into Part I. Swish it around until it is flubbery (not all water will be mixed in, that’s okay). Lift it out and knead on a non-porous surface. Enjoy!
Store in airtight container
Can last up to after 6 weeks
- food coloring
- small plastic bowls or containers
Baking Soda Clay
You will need:
1 cup corn starch
2 cups baking soda
1.25 cups cold water
Damp cloth, lid or plate
Remove from heat and let cool in a separate container either covered with a damp towel or mostly covered with a plate or lid until ready to use.