"Better than salt dough? 1/2 cup cornstarch, 1 cup baking soda, 3/4 cup water. Bake at 175 for about an hour. Can paint, seal, or leave matte white.

Better Than Salt Dough (Homemade Clay for Ornaments or Handprints)

Baking Soda Ocean Art DIY. Even if you can't manage a seaside getaway, you can still have some creative beach fun with your own undersea collection, made from baking soda dough. Add details and texture to your creations to bring them to life. Share them as gifts or display them in your room as summertime keepsakes. Beach. Kids. Art. Summer. Activities. Recipes. Crafts. Easy. Decor. Home.

Even if you cant manage a seaside getaway, you can still have some creative beach fun with your own undersea collection, made from baking soda dough. Add details and texture to your creations to bring them to life.

1 C. Baking soda  1/2 C. Cornstarch  2/3 C. Warm Water - Boil, Cool, Knead  Airdries Pure White!  Paint

Pinner said: Air Dry Clay recipe - super easy to make. After making it, I colored it using regular acrylic craft paint. Just added a couple of drops and kneaded it until color was smooth.

Here's a sweet and easy DIY for your kids to make for loved ones.

Keepsake Craft: Baking Soda Clay Handprint Ornaments

Baking Soda Clay Ornaments. no bake, dough lasts a week stored. Air dries.

Press beads into baking soda-cornstarch ornaments! (Air dry, or do a test oven drying with the beads before putting them in a whole batch) Show Tell Share: Baking Soda Clay Heart Ornaments

Baking Soda Modeling Clay

Baking Soda Modeling Clay

Baking Soda Modeling Clay: It’s light, oh-so-soft, and has a texture similar to playdough. And it even dries without flaking or crumbling! Here’s what you’ll need: 2 cups baking soda 1 ¼ cup water 1 cup cornstarch paint

Baking soda dough sea creatures.  This would be a great activity to do after a lesson about sea creatures such as starfish, coral, or sand dollars.

Baking Soda Dough

Quick and easy baking soda dough recipe. How to make baking soda dough sea art and starfish tutorial.

Baking Soda Clay -1 cup corn starch  2 cups baking soda  1.25 cups cold water  Combine in a pot, stir until smooth, cook over low-med flame stirring constantly till resembling mashed potatoes- allow to cool - keep covered so it won't dry out - shape your piece, let dry for 2 days or place in 150 degree oven cracked open or in a 350 degree oven that has been turned off after reaching 350 degrees

This is like Crayola's Model Magic. For kids and adults. So many possibilities for this. 1 cup corn starch 2 cups baking soda cups cold water Non-stick pot Wooden spoon Med-large bowl (not pictured) Damp cloth, lid or plate

White dough: 1/2 cup cornstarch 1 cup baking soda 3/4 cup water _Bake at 175 degrees F for 45-60 minutes.  Then flip over and bake an additional 45-60 minutes, or until all ornaments are hard.  Let cool then spray with a clear protective coating (I used Krylon matte finish).

White dough: cup cornstarch 1 cup baking soda cup water _Bake at 175 degrees F for minutes. Then flip over and bake an additional minutes, or until all ornaments are hard. Let cool then spray with a clear protective coating (Krylon matte finish).

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