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DIY Cold Porcelain Clay, no cook. Corn Starch: 1 and half cup, School glue: 1 cup, White vinegar: 1 Tblspoon, Cooking oil (olive oil) or baby oil: 1 Tblspoon, Body Lotion: 1 teaspoon | See more about Cold Porcelain, Porcelain and Cold Porcelain Tutorial.
Cold Porcelain Tutorials: How to Make Cold Porcelain Without Cooking (already have a polymer clay recipe but a different approach might be good)
No Cook Cold Porcelain Clay: 1.5 cups Corn Starch 1 cup School Glue 1 TBS White Vinegar: 1 TBS Baby Oil or Olive Oil 1 tsp Body Lotion Color Source (paint, food coloring, etc) Sealer (spray, nail polish, etc)
~DIY Cold Porcelain Clay, no cook. Corn Starch: 1 and half cup, School glue: 1 cup, White vinegar: 1 Tblspoon, Cooking oil (olive oil) or baby oil: 1 Tblspoon, Body Lotion: 1 teaspoon~
Porcelain Clay, no cook. 1 1/2 c Corn Starch, 1 c School glue, 1 TBSP White vinegar, 1 TBSP Cooking oil (olive oil) or baby oil, 1 teaspoon Body Lotion
DIY COLD PORCELAIN CLAY (to produce your molding medium that you can make items from): 1½ cups of Cornflour (found next to flour, etc in the baking section at your supermarket)/ 1 cup of School Glue/ 1 tablespoon White Vinegar/ 1 tablespoon of Oil (this can be baby oil or olive oil or cooking oil)/ 1 teaspoon of Body Lotion - NOW PLAY THIS YOUTUBE VIDEO FOR DIRECTIONS!
Cold Porcelain Tutorials: How to Make Cold Porcelain Clay
Homemade clay recipe. Can use for ornament making.
How to make cold porcelain
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Recipe to make cold porcelain. It's easy and cheap, you'll see! Colors First you can color it with white paint when you are cooking the paste. Just add 1 teasppon of white acrylic or oil paint into...
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How to make cp. If you visit the site there are also some tips.
How to make cold porcelain by ArtefiorNantiako on DeviantArt
Just 3 ingredients, and 5 minutes to make. I like the texture better than store bought play dough.
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1 1/2 cup water, 2 cups baking soda, and 1 cup or corn starch. Mix bring to a boil, put on wax paper. Add coloring
<p>I have 4 little children, and it’s winter. So, I decided to make the kids play dough. I usually try to avoid the stuff because my kids make a mess with everything, but I made this recipe for them a few months ago, and they did really well with it. …</p>
. 1 1/2 Cup water play dough 2 Cups Baking Soda 1 Cup Cornstarch Mix together, bring to a boil, dump onto a piece of wax paper, and add coloring
Play Dough – Using Just 3 Common Household Ingredients ~ Recipe: 1 1/2 Cup water; 2 Cups Baking Soda; 1 Cup Cornstarch: Mix together, & then turn up the heat. Bring to a boil. When it boils it will come together like a mashed potato consistency. It takes about 4-5 minutes. When it’s thick, put it on some wax paper. Divide mixture into a few different balls, & add food coloring.
Just 3 ingredients, and 5 minutes to make. I like the texture better than store bought play dough.1 1/2 Cup water 2 Cups Baking Soda 1 Cup Cornstarch Mix together, bring to a boil til thick, dump onto a piece of wax paper, and add coloring.
Play Dough – Just 3 Common Household Ingredients Recipe: 1 1/2 Cup water 2 Cups Baking Soda 1 Cup Cornstarch Mix together, bring to a boil, dump onto a piece of wax paper, and add coloring.
Just 3 ingredients, and 5 minutes to make. Recipe: 1 1/2 Cup water 2 Cups Baking Soda 1 Cup Cornstarch Mix together, bring to a boil, dump onto a piece of wax paper, separate, and add coloring.
Homemade Model Magic: 2 cups baking soda, 1 cup cornstarch, 1 1/2 cups cold water, and food coloring. Cook in medium until dough starts to form and is bubbly, stirring constantly. Dump hot dough into bowl and cover with wet towel until cool. Knead and add more corn starch if needed. Enjoy!
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Homemade "Model Magic" air dry clay. The Crayola and even the "Michael's" brand is pricey. This site said that the "airy-ness" of the homemade is as good, though the clay is good and easy to work with. This will be my go to for school projects that need clay. :)
Week 8- hand made tiles for Aztec masks.... this is a great recipe. Much better than Crayola bought kind. Homemade Model Magic Air Dry Clay
Homemade Model Magic Air Dry Clay 2 cups baking soda, 1 cup cornstarch, 1 1/2 cups water, food colouring
This is a great recipe for air dry clay its so easy and fun to play with!!!!Just like model magic
Homemade Model Magic Next we cooked up a batch of homemade Model Magic. In making the homemade air dry clay, I followed Kristi's recipe which called for 2 cups baking soda, 1 cup cornstarch, 1 1/2 cups cold water, and food coloring. The ingredients are ones that you likely already have around the home and are super cheap. The photos above show the dough at various stages during the process of making it. First, we whisked together all the ingredients in a large pot (I keep an old one...
Homemade Model Magic Air Dry Clay... not the same texture but works well and CHEAPER!
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Homemade Model Magic Next we cooked up a batch of homemade Model Magic. In making the homemade air dry clay, I followed Kristi's recipe which called for 2 cups baking soda, 1 cup cornstarch, 1 1/2 cups cold water, and food coloring. The ingredients are ones that you likely already have around the home and are super cheap. The photos above show the dough at various stages during the process of making it. First, we whisked together all the ingredients in a large pot (I keep an old one just for making playdough and other artsy projects). Maia asked for pink dough, big surprise, so we added red food coloring gel until it was the shade she wanted. The lighting makes it look orange-ish in a couple of the photos, but it was really rather pink. Then I heated the mixture over medium heat, whisking pretty much constantly until it started to bubble. I kept mixing as the dough cooked, thickened, and pulled together. While Kristi had a couple of additional steps (leaving it to cook with the lid partly on, etc), mine seemed to cook and form quickly and I didn't feel comfortable leaving it. Following Kirsti's instructions, I dumped the hot dough into a bowl... ...covered it with a wet towel, and let it sit until it was cool. Finally, we kneaded the dough. While she suggests kneading in cornstarch if the dough is too wet or sticky, we didn't have to do that (ours wasn't sticky). Overall, this was a very easy recipe to make. Now to play, sculpt, and model with it... http://www.artfulparent.com/2011/12/model-magic-crayola-vs-homemade.html
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Make air dry clay using baking soda and cornstarch.
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Baking Soda Clay great for kids crafts. Like crayola model magic
Baking Soda Clay. Link also has a polymer clay recipe.
Baking Soda Clay Bowl. Great candle holder.
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No Cook Clay Recipe- so easy to make! From www.growingajewel...
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No Cook playdough Recipe - 1cup flour, 3/8cup very warm water, 3/8cup cornstarch. Mix and knead for 2-3 minutes
No Cook Clay Recipe •1 cup of flour •3/8 cup of salt •3/8 cup of very warm water Combine ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Once mixed, knead the ingredients for 2-3 minutes, and then wash & dry your hands. Once hands are clean you will be left with the perfect play clay
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No Cook Clay Recipe: Mix 1 C flour, 3/8 C salt, 3/8 C very warm water. Knead. Play!
No Cook Clay Recipe- so easy to make! Add scents and colors for more sensorial play.
Easy recipe for "cooking" lesson - no heat involved!
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Super quick and easy tutorial on how to make this fun air dry clay!
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cold porcelain!!! Super quick and easy tutorial on how to make this fun air dry clay!
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Need to test this! 2 cups of plain/all-purpose flour 1 cup salt 1 cup cold water 1 tbspn oil (vegetable oil is fine - baby oil smells lovely). Drop the ingredients and food coloring into a plastic bag and seal. Let the children knead them together inside the bag - then tip it out for modeling fun.
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Perfect homemade playdough: Play Dough Recipe: 1 cup white flour 1/2 cup salt 2 tablespoons cream of tartar 1 tablespoon oil 1 cup water food coloring http://theimaginationtree.com/2012/04/best-ever-no-cook-play-dough-recipe.html
This way, when your kids mix the colors, which really drives me nuts, you can just make more ;-) Homemade Play Dough makes about 2.5 Cups 1 1/2 cups of flour 3/4 cups of salt 1 1/2 cups water 1 TB vegetable oil 1/2 TB cream of tarter *food coloring - I use the liquid kind
2 cups flour 1 cup salt 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 tablespoons cream of tartar 1 1/2 cups boiling water Optional: add a few drops of food coloring! Yay I love home made play doh
This sounds like a great play doh recipe. Also, great Christmas gift idea for kiddos in Sunday school.
Homemade Play Dough makes about 2.5 Cups 1 1/2 cups of flour 3/4 cups of salt 1 1/2 cups water 1 TB vegetable oil 1/2 TB cream of tarter *food coloring - I use the liquid kind
Play dough Recipe Playdough Recipe: 2 cups flour 1 cup salt 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 tablespoons cream of tartar 1 1/2 cups boiling water Optional: add a few drops of food coloring and/or scent
My kids spent HOURS playing with homemade playdough - it keeps great in a baggie in the fridge. The Classic PlayDough recipe was my "go to", but peanut butter playdough was a fun treat once in a while too.
Easy Scented Play Dough in 5 minutes or Less 1 cup flour 1 package of kool aid mix (makes it smell good and gives it color) **If you don't have kool-aid you can just mix in food coloring 1 tablespoon cream of tartar 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1/4 cup salt 1 cup boiling water Mix first 5 ingredients together in food processor. Slowly add boiling water and mix until dough is formed. Let cool and either play or package up as a gift.
tons of playdough recipes 1 cup plain flour 1/2 cup salt 2 tsp. cream of tartar 1 cup water 1 tsp oil food coloring Mix all ingredients together with a fork until the mixture is smooth and one solid color. Pour the mixture into a pan and bring to a boil over medium heat. Stir until smooth and until play dough bunches up to form a ball. Take it out of the pan and allow the play dough to cool. Knead for a few minutes and store in an airtight container
1 LB PACKAGE OF WHITE ACTIV CLAY - Air Dry Clay Activ Clay is so versatile! Here is a selection of some of the many things that can be made using this Air Dry Clay
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A soft lightweight air dry clay. Modena Soft (150 gm.) air dry clay, soft, flexible and 50% lighter than Modena. Virtually unbreakable and waterproof after dried. The clay color is white like ceramic, and is like porcelain when finished with a Sealer or Super Gloss Varnish. The color never fades. It can be used to create colored clay by mixing acrylic and oil paints. Suitable for flowers, sweets & deco. It is non-toxic. Do not mix it with stone clays, oil clays, or wood formo.
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HOW TO MAKE COLD PORCELAIN: There are lots of reasons to love polymer clay, but if youre of a DIY mindset, you might try making some cold porcelain—an air-drying clay thats amazing for jewelry and other small projects. Heres how!
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How to make cold porcelain (and these adorable roses)... the comments contain some other recipes for porcelain, will have to experiment!
another pinner says... homemade cold porcelain looks a lot like polymer clay and much cheaper to make. Gonna try it.
HOW TO MAKE COLD PORCELAIN: There are lots of reasons to love polymer clay, but if youre of a DIY mindset, you might try making some cold porcelain???an air-drying clay thats amazing for jewelry and other small projects. Heres how!
Cold Porcelain - 3/4 cup white glue, 1/2 cup water, 1 tsp cold cream, 1 tsp glycerin, 1 cup cornstarch, plus additional for dusting your hands
HOW TO MAKE COLD PORCELAIN: an air-drying clay thats amazing for jewelry and other small projects
Cold porcelain holds tiny details beautifully. These amazing roses are by Cold Porcelain Designs.
HOW TO MAKE COLD PORCELAIN. Author writes: There are lots of reasons to love polymer clay, but if youre of a DIY mindset, you might try making some cold porcelain—an air-drying clay thats amazing for jewelry and other small projects. Heres how! - ♡ FYI: Scroll down to the comments section. There are some legitimate problems AND SOLUTIONS! you may come across while using this clay, including a slight variation to the recipe that may help! Just say'in..... ;) ♥A
HOW TO MAKE COLD PORCELAIN: glue, water, cold cream, glycerine, cornstarch
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Make your own bouncey ball, from scratch. Great way to learn about science. Easy ingredients
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DIY- bouncy balls Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. This is a ridiculously cool science experiment.
Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. This is a ridiculously cool science experiment. My students would love to make their own bouncing balls!
Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. This is a ridiculously cool science experiment. Fun kid project
"Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. Just borax and corn starch! This is a ridiculously cool science experiment." #KIDS #CRAFTS #HAWA
Chemistry.com - all kinds of cool science projects. Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. This is a ridiculously cool science experiment.
Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. This is a ridiculously cool science experiment. Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball - Procedure Procedure 1. Label one cup 'Borax Solution' and the other cup 'Ball Mixture'. 2. Pour 2 tablespoons warm water and 1/2 teaspoon borax powder into the cup labeled 'Borax Solution'. Stir the mixture to dissolve the borax. Add food coloring, if desired. 3. Pour 1 tablespoon of glue into the cup labeled 'Ball Mixture'. Add 1/2 teaspoon of the borax solution you just made and 1 tablespoon of cornstarch. Do not stir. Allow the ingredients to interact on their own for 10-15 seconds and then stir them together to fully mix. Once the mixture becomes impossible to stir, take it out of the cup and start molding the ball with your hands. 4. The ball will start out sticky and messy, but will solidify as you knead it. 5. Once the ball is less sticky, go ahead and bounce it! 6. You can store your plastic ball in a sealed ziploc bag when you are finished playing with it. 7. Don't eat the materials used to make the ball or the ball itself. Wash your work area, utensils, and hands when you have completed this activity.
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Paper Clay- Dahlhart Lane: How to make Paper Clay: 2 Cups toilet paper 1 Cup regular joint compound (the premixed kind. Jonni recommends not using Dap brand since they changed their product and it doesn't work for the recipe anymore). 3/4 Cups paper mache paste or Elmers glue (much cheaper to use your own paste). 3/4 Cups flour
Friday, October 7, 2011 How to make Paper Clay I fell in love with sculpting with paper mache during my first project five years ago. How...
Dahlhart Lane: How to make Paper ClayPaper Clay: Start off by soaking your toilet paper in water: When it is fully wet, remove cardboard center, squeeze out as much water as you can and break up into chunks. Add all ingredients and mix on medium-high for 2-3 minutes and viola! You are ready to sculpt your heart out! Recipe yields 3 Cups of paper clay.
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COLD PORCELAIN 2 C corn starch 2 C of Elmer’s Glue 1 T of lemon juice 2 t baby oil 1 T of white acrylic paint 1 T cold cream
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COLD PORCELAIN! Ornaments! 2 C corn starch 2 C of Elmer’s Glue 1 T of lemon juice 2 t baby oil 1 T of white acrylic paint 1 T cold cream
COLD PORCELAIN 2 C corn starch 2 C of Elmer’s Glue 1 T of lemon juice 2 t baby oil 1 T of white acrylic paint 1 T cold cream. I've used this before but couldn't find the recipes!
COLD PORCELAIN 2 C corn starch 2 C of Elmer’s Glue 1 T of lemon juice 2 t baby oil 1 T of white acrylic paint 1 T cold cream... this might be a good way to use up all the extra glue!
Corn syrup paint, looks like stain glass. Corn syrup and food coloring dries shiny..... We use this at my daycare and the kids love it!!!! stained glass lesson.
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Cornsyrup painting on glossy art paper. Draw picture in crayon, add food coloring to corn syrup, paint and let dry quite some time.
corn syrup paintings - summer craft ideas I wonder if you could use this paint in those sun catchers. The other kind stains so badly I don't let my kids use it!
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More kid craft ideas... corn syrup paintings, hot rocks, and more
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Craft Clay... air dries and great for all sorts of crafts or ornaments
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Easy Craft Clay. It dries to a white, matte finish and can then be painted. kid craft. Great idea for homemade Christmas ornaments.
CLAY RECIPE Easy craft clay... dries hard. Perfect to make ornaments for the kids to paint. Fun Christmas craft!
Craft Clay... air dries and great for all sorts of crafts or ornaments - also a great blog all around for fun kids crafts.
Must make this! Easy Craft Clay. It dries to a white, matte finish and can then be painted. kid craft.
easy craft clay, dries white great for a painted kid craft Christmas ornaments for next year?
kids craft clay recipe, works great for making handprints or footprints or sculpting. fun!
Easy Craft Clay. Good for ornaments that can be painted. Great kid craft!
It’s a unique texture, and really fun to play with. It’s about the easiest thing to make, you add equal parts of Liquid Starch to Elmer’s Glue. We prefer the clear glue. It gives it a better look. Then you just squish it around. You can either use your hands, or put it in a zip lock bag, and squish it
Gak- A combination of 2 strange but common ingredients.