Super Soft 2 Ingredient Play Doh! Easy and Fun Kids Craft

Super Soft 2 Ingredient Play Doh! Easy and Fun Kids Craft


Welcome to Pins and Things! Today we’re going to be making the most soft play-doh that you have ever played with in your entire life. The thing that I love about this the most is that you probably already Have the ingredients that are needed to make it. First off I want to mention something as I was preparing for this project I noticed that somebody had gotten into the red food coloring and I Just figured out who because I literally caught them red-handed Check that out. You are caught red-handed. You got into it did’nt you? You naughty So this is the most smooth Clay-doh recipe and simple that you could possibly get So this is what it takes one cup of a very cheap the most inexpensive conditioner. You could possibly find Corbin can you do that? Can you put it all the way up to the one right here? Yeah. All the way up to the one. Good enough, smooth it out for a second. Yeah one cup. There we go And the trick with this is making sure that it’s a conditioner that you like the smell of Because you’re gonna be smelling it a lot I’m gonna put in a couple of drops of food coloring and then you can stir it. Okay. All right, okay Go ahead and stir it Well, it’s not mixing very well, well I guess we’ll find out if it makes this once we add in the cornstarch All right, the cornstarch is super cheap. It’s going to be really easy to mix this together by the way. So here’s our cornstarch We need to put in this bowl. Are you ready to help me with this Corbin? Yeah. Two cups of cornstarch. What? Oh, There we go Put it in here. You are professional. Good job now, we’re going to put the conditioner and the cornstarch together Okay stir it all together This is messy I think it might be time to get our hands dirty Just make sure to get it all out of there. That smells good, doesn’t it Corbin? Yeah. I made sure to get one that smelt that smelled like fruity and not like soapy because I like that better. Are you sure you want to help me play with it? Wow. Are you sure? Yeah! Okay. Oh my goodness. It looks so pretty This looks edible this, you know what this reminds me of, its cornstarch and conditioner, but it totally looks like pink frosting to me I could April Fool’s Day. That would be bad Pink sugar cookies. Okay, let’s put this right on top of that powder It looks exactly like pink sugar cookie frosting. Should we play with it? Yeah! It is super soft. I feel like it might need more cornstarch though because it’s a little bit sticky but They did say the more that you play with it, the better consistency it starts to get. So we decided to add in a little bit more cornstarch, and it’s already feeling so much better I think that this is really getting a lot closer to the consistency that I think that it needs to be It’s a very very interesting texture. As I’m playing with it. Like it’s cleaning off my hands But it’s so soft. Do you like it? Yeah, I like it, too I’m actually very pleasantly surprised with this because it feels Like a mixture between clay-doh and slime see look It’s very very smooth and it just feels it feels fun like it’s fun to play with this I think this was a success! So something that I’ve learned is that depending on what conditioner you use that kind of depends on how much cornstarch you need to add to it So what you really need to do is just play with it until it gets to your desired consistency Well, I ended up using about two and a half cups of cornstarch rather than just two cups, thanks for watching guys! Subscribe for more videos! I’ve got new videos coming every Tuesday and Saturday click over here to see my latest Slime video and click over here to follow me on the beach house where you’ll see more of this adorable child right here You can also follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram See you guys next time! It took my make up off of my eyebrows and my eye lashes and it went up my nose quite far I have hair, I have nose hairs!

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