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claiming lavender dough

Mix cornstarch (cornflour in the UK) with enough conditioner to make a dough. Kinda like moon dough...We used about 1 cup of cornstarch and about 1/3 cup of conditioner. 
Then (this is optional) we added in few drop of lavender body oil. Remember this is not edible so keep away for little babies or toddler who might try to eat it.
After playing for so much time we added a few drops of food coloring and mixed to add some color to the white dough.
It came out nice even without the color and made my living room smell beautiful.


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