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Paper play dough

You can use whatever recipie you would like to make the play dough but I used this one for mines-
1/4cup of salt
1 cup of flour
little less then 1 cup of warm water.
Can add some food coloring if you would like.
Then let some paper soak in water. I put 2 pieces (ripped) in a bowl of water for 5mins. After it has soaked little by little add the paper to the play dough mixing it very well.
In the end it comes out almost spongy. Very different then normal play dough.


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