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  • Susan Alexander

    Cool! Free Art Supplies! :p

  • Danielle Burris

    Dryer Lint as Modeling Dough Since you most likely have it in abundance, use it to make homemade modeling dough. Simply mix the lint with water and flour (and, if you prefer, food coloring), as directed below for an ear-resistible sculpture of Dumbo. To make the modeling dough: 1. Place 3 cups (shredded) dryer lint into a pot. 2. Pour in 2 cups water. 3. Stir in 1 cup flour. 4. Add ½ teaspoon vegetable oil. 5. Stir continuously over low heat until the mixture binds together and is of a smooth consistency. 6. Pour onto a sheet of wax paper to cool.

  • Emanuel Walsh

    Dryer Lint #Stuffed Animals| http://stuffed-animals-dolores.blogspot.com

  • Emily

    Figurines made from clay made from dryer lint. | 29 Absolutely Terrible Craft Ideas

  • Jerry Waters

    Dryer Lint as Modeling Dough: I must admit the idea seemed a little well, gross, but look at the #health food #healthy food #food for health #food health| http://foodhealthjolie.blogspot.com

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