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Art at Home: Salt Dough

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Presented by Gadsden Arts Center & Museum at Online/Virtual Space

Apr 07 2020
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Jun 30 2020
Art at Home: Salt Dough

An easy project for little kids: make salt dough out of just 3 ingredients.

This one is great for little little ones in particular: Salt Dough! All you need is flour, salt, and water to make your own dough that you can sculpt and play with. Mix 2 parts flour, with 1 part salt, and 1 part water. Mix the flour and salt together and slowly add in water, one tbsp at a time until combined. If the dough is too wet, add more flour; too dry, add more water. If you’d like, you can even add in food coloring and then make ornaments or handprint art out of the dough. To harden,

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