The Traveling Sisterhood: No Cook Glitter Snow-doh Recipe... only 3 ingredients!

Saturday, December 6

No Cook Glitter Snow-doh Recipe... only 3 ingredients!

We made this recipe tonight and the kiddos absolutely loved it!  I loved it, too, b/c it was the easiest playdoh I've ever made of the 3 recipes I've tried so far.  It is simply glitter, corn starch, and lotion all mixed together.  Use one container of corn starch and about 14 oz. lotion--add a large squirt of lotion at a time, stir, and then gauge how much more you need.  As far as that goes, I had way too much lotion.  This was an excuse to use up a bottle of it that had been sitting under my bathroom counter for too long!  This playdoh is super soft--soft to play with and leaves your hands very soft.  It's also very moldable.  My kiddos made some super cute creations!






What kind of creations do your kiddos like to make with playdoh?

33 comments:

  1. My kiddos would make ww2 airplanes and ponies, I'm pretty sure! Thanks for the recipe! :D

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  2. My son makes worms and snakes and food.

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  3. With it being all 3 ingredients, I might actually make this, LOL.

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  4. Would love to do with grandchildren
    jrs362 at Hotmail dot com

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  5. My kiddos make anything with PlayDoh. They love playing with it.

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  6. my son would make ninja turtles faces

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  7. the like to make animals out of play dough and cars.

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  8. My daughter likes to make tree/animal scenes with play doh

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  9. My boys like to make snakes. :)

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  10. Anonymous12:10 PM

    erin G

    My son loves to build houses and bridges!

    eringwynn (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  11. I wish I had had something like this when I was a kid.

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  12. I don't have any kids, but I think play doh is useful in the classroom because kids can create their letters. Really helps in learning letter names and letter sounds! It's fun too!

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  13. We love to make playdough. Never tried this one, but we're going to now!

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  14. My niece would looove it

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  15. Looks fun and so easy to make.

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  16. Anonymous3:53 PM

    They love to use cookie cutters! Cantonbrandy@yahoo.com

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  17. Debbie Lewis4:52 PM

    My grandkids always see who can make the longest snake

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  18. The kids love making all kinds of animals with theirs!

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  19. my son loves to use cookie cutter shapes and make trains

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  20. My niece likes to make cupcakes from PlayDoh :)

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  21. Thry make food, and snakes.

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  22. me and my kids make pancakes. colorful pancakes

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  23. My girls like to roll it out like fondant for cakes.

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  24. My kids would do everything with it, but probably mainly they'd make pretend food!

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  25. I will have to try this!

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  26. We make snowmen with it.

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  27. They like to make animals, snowmen right now..

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
    thank you

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  28. this looks awesome! Definitely making this for my kiddos!

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  29. What fun and easy and creative! My daughter is older but she would enjoy making this also. She makes wonderful animals out of clay or playdoh.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  30. I've only seen my nephew play with play-dough a couple of times. I love that glitter was used to make this.

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  31. I'm sure my daughter will use this when she goes babysitting. I t is a good craft for all of the kids to do.

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  32. My son is in a trains stage right now - he'd make lots and lots of train cars.

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  33. This looks cute - with the glitter - and easy. I bet it smells good too with the lotion. I'll try this after our one year old granddaughter leaves the "sampling" stage!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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