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Re: modeling dough

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Clair/Lily Kerns (CWKerns)
Tue, 4 Feb 1997 22:45:39 -0600

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One slice of white bread broke
> >up into pieces. One tablespoon "tacky glue" (one can buy it in a
craft
> >store) and some acrylic paint for color. Mix this all real well with a
> >stick then with your hands. It's ready when all the color is uniform
and
> >it does not stick all over your hands.
>>remove the crusts....

This is a great recipe--it is also the messiest stuff you ever got your
hands into (of course, kids love a "glorious mess") but you can reduce
the mess by putting the ingredients into a heavy, repeat, heavy, pint zip
lock freezer bag and mixing it by kneading the bag until it comes away from
the sides and the bag is "clean". It takes a good deal more mixing that
you think it will. Store unused portions in a plastic bag so it won't dry
out. You can make fine details with it. I have some pieces (jewelry) that
are 10 years old and still in good shape.

Lily

Lily Kerns CWKerns
http://rampages.onramp.net/~dkerns/lily/


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