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  • Francesca Ayre

    Homemade moon sand recipe: 4 cups play sand + 2 cups cornflour (corn starch) + 1 cup of water

  • Kamaljit Sidhu

    Moon Sand Recipe: Mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour (corn starch), 1 cup of water

  • Penny Harris

    Moon Sand --mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water. Love it!!! Great for a sensory table idea

  • Stacy Stiefel Laine

    DIY: Moon Sand: 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, 1 cup water, kids, fun!

  • Jessica Mitchell

    homemade moon sand recipe kids craft Going to make this soon for Liam's back yard sand table :)

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For all of the parents who have spent tons of cash on moonsand!! :) moonsand - mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups cornflour, and 1 cup of water.

4 cups sand + 2 cups corn starch + 1 cup of water = Moon Sand! Do you realize how much I have spent on Moon Sand?!? I am SO EXCITED to try this!

4 cups play sand 2 cup corn flour (corn starch in US) 1 cup water 2 tbsp coloured powder paint (we divided our plain mix into two so we could make both pink and purple) huge sprinkling of glitter

Homemade Moon Sand Recipe. 4 cups play sand 2 cup corn Starch (corn flour in UK) 1 cup water 2 tbsp coloured powder paint (we divided our plain mix into two so we could make both pink and purple) A huge sprinkling of glitter

Home made coloured moon sand recipe: 4 cups play sand 2 cup corn flour (corn starch in US) 1 cup water 2 tbsp coloured powder paint (we divided our plain mix into two so we could make both pink and purple) huge sprinkling of glitter

MOON SAND-recipe #1: Mix 9 Cups of play sand (this is really fine sand I found at Wal-Mart). Next add 3 cups of cornstarch. Then add 2 1/2 Cups water. Start with 2 1/4 cups water and continue adding until you have the desired consistency. (Not too much or it will be sandy goo) Mix well. When finished playing, cover and store. Next time you play add a few tablespoons of water if it needs to be moistened.

Homemade moon dough- use baby oil instead of water- it's really moon sand, but the closest i could find to moon dough!

Four Recipes for **Moon Sand/ Cloud Dough** Plus lots of variation ideas

i'd like to have hermit crabs in this and a fish tank sitting inside of this with fish in the tank and the sand around the outside like a mini beach

Summer Moon Sand recipe- so fun! This sand is mold-able but crumbly and produces the best sandcastles. It feels & smells amazing & It is really easy to make at home, too.

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