When my boys were little and money was tight, I often made their craft supplies.
Usually I made the recipes below and gave the craft supplies to the boys as Christmas gifts!
It was so inexpensive, and the boys could have all sorts of colours without breaking the bank.
• Home-Made PlayDough
• Eating PlayDough
• Home-Made Finger-Paint
• Pudding Finger-Paint
• Home-Made Salt-Dough Art
• Home-Made Paper Mache
• Easel Paint
• Salt Ceramic Dough
• Cornstarch Modeling Mixture
• Vegetable Printing
• Extender Base For Powdered Tempera Paint
• Soap Crayons
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