The other day I posted what may be the world’s cheapest eco-craft – organic flour dough. I said I’d post some of our creations soon, so to follow through here you go.
A couple of these picture will also give you an idea of what happens when you mix in food coloring, although you do have to mix a while. Something to remember is that getting through and through color takes a while. At first, after you add the food coloring, and start kneading, it looks like you’re going to have tie-dye dough, but keep kneading and the color will saturate the dough.
We made a ton of organic flour dough creations this weekend, but as noted previously, I’ve only got my phone camera right now so the pictures lack perfect quality – but it’s enough for you to get an idea.
NOTES: The kids also made a slew of dough zombies – some were pretty freaky, so this being a family blog I won’t post them, but in any case, they are being creative. Just so you know, we baked ours so the kids could paint them sooner. Air drying takes a while.
Why not make some of your own organic dough creations this week?