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Small Kids Moments: Glitter Play Dough

By Nichole |

After my recent run in with super fine glitter, I was more than a little hesitant to tackle a project with glitter in any form.

But my girl? She loves glitter. Sigh.

This week, in my first Small Kids Moment, I am tackling glitter play dough from a recipe I found on styleberry blog.

Shawna is a spectacular photographer and I could get lost for hours on her site.

And her little helper for this project? Divine.

Thank you, Shawna for sharing your recipe with me!

To make your glitter play dough, here’s what you’ll need:

  • 1 c flour
  • 1 c water
  • 1/4 c Salt
  • 1 T vegetable oil
  • 2 t cream of tartar
  • food coloring or Kool Aid
  • glitter (Shawna recommend big flakes)
  • pot
  • spatula
  • 2 or more small helping hands

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Small Kids Moments: Glitter Play Dough

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1. Gather your ingredients.

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About Nichole

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Nichole Beaudry lives in Sacramento, California with her husband Craig, their daughter Katie and baby boy Matthew. In her former life she was a college English professor, now she shares some of her small moments in her Practicing Gratitude column each week at SheKnows and works at AllParenting as the Assignments Editor. She was a contributor to Babble, and currently keeps a personal blog, In These Small Moments.

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11 thoughts on “Small Kids Moments: Glitter Play Dough

  1. Cameron says:

    glitterific!

    at my house it would be in ziploc bags, though I do love the sharing idea….

  2. angela says:

    Love! Maybe next week (we just made play doh for Abbey’s class this week, so I need a few days off!)

  3. shawna [of styleberryBLOG] says:

    Thanks for the sweet words you wrote about my bloggy blog! Hope your girlie enjoys her sparkly stuff as much as mine does! :)

  4. Alison@Mama Wants This says:

    Love this! I’m going to try this and hope the toddler plays with it longer than 3 minutes :)

  5. Sherri says:

    I loved making the Kool-Aid Play Doh…but never thought to add glitter! What an awesome idea, and you were smart not to use superfine glitter.

  6. Rachael says:

    I am not a crafter, nor creative in any way but even I think I could do this. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Rachel {at} Mommy Needs a Vacation says:

    I’m not much of a crafty person but this I could totally do!!! So cute!!

  8. Kris says:

    Love this!!!! It would make a great Christmas gift, too. The Container Store has tons of cute containers.

  9. Brenda@MyParentingCoach.com says:

    Ha! I was banned from glitter as a first grade teacher. It took all year to get it out of the carpet and everywhere else:)

  10. Erica says:

    I just wanted to let everyone know that if you like those glass containers with the white lid I sell them on my Pampered Chef website: http://www.pamperedchef.biz/ejs and they are available in 1 cup, 2 cups and 3 cups.
    Happy shopping! :)

  11. Amy says:

    I may have to try this with Maddy. She’s really into to cooking AND crafts lately. You’ll be available for clean up, right?

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