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salt dough fun

2 cups of flour
1 cup of salt
1 cup of water

mix then separate into balls (we used 3 colors so we had 3 balls of dough)
Now add food coloring and mix well

Once done make what ever you want. We did hearts for valentine's day, but you can make anything.

Then let dry. (it took about 2 days and I flipped them when ever I remembered too)

note- Cookie cutters and play dough cutters are very easy to work with, with this.
You can also put them in a oven to dry on low for 2 to 3 hours.


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