How to Make Play Dough With Kool-Aid

This play dough is a fun and easy craft idea that everyone will love. It is soft and feels a lot like play dough that is sold in stores. It even smells great! Hope you enjoy and try this idea out!!!

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Here are all the supply's you will need.  Let's get started!!!!

Here are all the supply's you will need. Let's get started!!!!

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Pour 1 cup of flour into saucepan

Pour 1 cup of flour into saucepan

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Now add your 1/4 cup of salt to the saucepan

Now add your 1/4 cup of salt to the saucepan

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Add in the Kool-Aid mix. This smells so good!

Add in the Kool-Aid mix. This smells so good!

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Add in 2 tablespoons of the cream of tartar. This will help make the final product soft and last longer.

Add in 2 tablespoons of the cream of tartar. This will help make the final product soft and last longer.

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Mix all your dry ingredients together.

Mix all your dry ingredients together.

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Pour in the 1 cup of warm water. The color of the Kool-Aid is starting to show! So gorgeous!

Pour in the 1 cup of warm water. The color of the Kool-Aid is starting to show! So gorgeous!

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Add in 2 tablespoons of oil. It does not have to be olive oil it could be vegetable oil or canola oil.

Add in 2 tablespoons of oil. It does not have to be olive oil it could be vegetable oil or canola oil.

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Bring the stove to a medium heat.

Bring the stove to a medium heat.

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Mix on the stove for 4 to 5 minutes.  It may seem like the liquid will never turn into play dough but don't give up it eventually will.

Mix on the stove for 4 to 5 minutes. It may seem like the liquid will never turn into play dough but don't give up it eventually will.

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After a few minutes several lumps will begin to form

After a few minutes several lumps will begin to form

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A dough ball will eventually form

A dough ball will eventually form

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Turn the stove off and let the dough ball sit for a few minutes.

Turn the stove off and let the dough ball sit for a few minutes.

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Finally you can pour your play dough out of the saucepan.

Finally you can pour your play dough out of the saucepan.

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Try playing with it. The color doesn't stick to your hands and the dough should be very soft and easy to pull apart.

Try playing with it. The color doesn't stick to your hands and the dough should be very soft and easy to pull apart.

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Store your play dough in a plastic bag in your refrigerator this is optional but it will help make the dough last longer

Store your play dough in a plastic bag in your refrigerator this is optional but it will help make the dough last longer

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Have fun making play dough. I had more Kool-Aid packets so I made more colors.

Have fun making play dough. I had more Kool-Aid packets so I made more colors.

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Here are all of my play dough balls. I hope you enjoyed watching. And I hope you try this out!

Here are all of my play dough balls. I hope you enjoyed watching. And I hope you try this out!

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This video is to show that the play dough does not stain.

This video is to show that the play dough does not stain.

Supplies

1 Cup Flour
ΒΌ Cups Salt
1 Package of Kool-Aid
2 Tablespoons Cream of tartar
1 Saucepan
1 Spoon
1 Cup Warm water
2 Tablespoons Olive oil
Stove Of course!!!!!
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