Natural Dye for Homemade Playdough is a Safe DIY Project

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Aug 23, 2010   Updated: Jul 6 2011 • References: minieco & inhabitots
Mini-Eco, a website committed to giving you do-it-yourself activities for you and your children, has posted a recipe for making natural dye for homemade playdough.

Using ingredients such as raspberries, strawberries, rose petals, beetroot, blueberries, turmeric and oak tree bark, you and your kids can have fun making your own modeling clay, while staying safe with natural ingredients that you can find at your local grocery store.

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