We recently made the softest, almost silky play dough recipe. My kids love to mold and create with play dough but this would also make a great gift idea. This is the EASIEST play dough recipe because it is no cook play dough. It only uses two ingredients and under 10 minutes to make.
Kids Activities Blog hopes you can use this as a staple “emergency birthday gift” idea. This post contains affiliate links to help you find what you need to make the softest play dough easily!
PLAY DOUGH RECIPE
After playing with the silky play dough, my hands feels like they came home from a spa treatment… Seriously we LOVE this stuff.
NOTE: This is inedible play-dough and should not be used with kids who are still putting things into their mouths.
So what did we need to create our silky play dough?
We added some food coloring for diversity.
Since not all hair conditioners are the same consistency, you may need to alter the amounts just a bit so it is dough consistency.
Think of this as a mix between playdough and cloud dough. It is light and airy like cloud dough, but molds better as the conditioner helps the cornstarch become more pliable. Another fun thing you can make with cornstarch is Oobleck. We’ve had lots of fun playing with oobleck in the past on Kids Activities Blog.
We have also made goop or silly putty with cornstarch. It is such a fun ingredient to have in your craft cabinet!
We made our Silky Play Dough as a gift for a friend. We packaged the play dough up with glitter, a couple of play dough toys (rolling pin, cookie cutters, sequins, etc) and cupcake liners. Everything a princess needs for her own magical pretend play.
More Kids Activities
For another play dough recipe and more activities we’ve got you covered. What kid wouldn’t appreciate a gift idea like this! Kids Activities Blog hopes you enjoy all the fun play dough kids activities we have for you:
About the Author:
Rachel Miller is the original Quirky Momma of Kids Activities Blog and co-author of 101 Kids Activities that are the Bestest, Funnest Ever! & The 101 Coolest Simple Science Experiments. Rachel can now be found blogging at One Crazy House .