|I tied these up with ribbon and sent them |
home on the last day of school.
I had a supply of plastic baby food containers and they worked perfectly to store the play dough in.
If you don't have plastic containers, you can send it home in a Zip-Lock bag. Just place the plastic bag into a cute cello bag (the kind you find in the candy making section), tie it all up with a cute ribbon, and tag it with a label that says it's NOT food. It does smell really good, so you need to tag it with a warning.
|Lemon scented play dough. Smells heavenly.|
Here is the recipe:
2 1/2 cups of flour
1/2 cup of salt
2 pagages of unsweetened Kool-Aid powder (4 gram packages)
2 cups of boiling water
3 tablespoons of oil
Mix flour, salt, & Kool-Aid.
Add oil to the boiling water.
Mix with a spoon until cool enough to knead.
Knead until the color is all blended in.
Store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator.
So, what gifts do you give your kids at the end of the year?