From edible playdough to therapeutic playdough, this list of 20+ playdough ideas has got you covered. We love that most of these homemade playdough recipes can be made with items you will find in your pantry.
DIY Playdough Recipes Kids Love
Why spend money on store-bought playdoughs when you can make a variety of these on your own. From edible playdough to sparkly this list of 23+ easy homemade playdoughs has got your covered.
Don't get frustrated with not having all the ingredients when you go to make homemade playdough. This homemade playdough recipe is perfect for a more natrual playdough and using ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.
Use pumpkin pie spice or a combination of other spices (nutmeg, cinammon, etc.) to create this fun Fall homemade playdough recipe. This homemade recipe would be perfect for treat bag for that Fall festival party.
Our children are going to love when we make this fun playdough. Use this pigment and create a one-of-kind playdough experience. Just make sure your little one doesn't put this is their mouth. Probably best for preschool-aged and above.
Alum powder can be found in the baking aisle or ordered online and food-grade quality. It normally can be used for old pickle recipes but it helps give this homemade playdough a soft and creamy texture.
Use sensitive shaving cream and cornstarch to create this soft and fun playdough recipe. This recipe may be a little more crumbly than normal playdough, but will be a fun new texture for your preschooler to try out.
Instead of lotion, use conditioner of your choice and cornstartch to create this new sensory experience for preschool-aged children and above. Be aware that you must monitor your chilren with this recipe as you do not want them eating this.
Use gluten-free flour in this homemade playdough recipe so that ALL kids can enjoy playing with playdough. Using nautral coloring also keeps this playdough recipe completely safe. No need to worry if someone takes a close wiff or lick!
A lot of the playdough recipes require cooking and most say that the cooked version ends up being smoother if you are making the classic flour type play dough. However, we have several no-cook playdoughs in this list you will want to try.
No, in this list you will see where white vinegar or lemon juice was used instead of cream of tartar. Or altogether just different ingredients completely. In this list, there are at least 9 different no-cream of tartar playdough recipes to consider.
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