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Cotton Candy Scented Recipe For Playdough


Do you need something fun to do with the kiddos? I have the perfect solution! Cotton Candy Scented Playdough! My kids have always been overly excited about playdough and I love them for that. First of all, this recipe for playdough is super easy, which makes my life that much easier. And the kids also enjoyed playing with it.

Do you need something fun to do with the kiddos?  This easy cotton candy scented  recipe for playdough is just the thing! - Farmer's Wife Rambles

I think playdough takes us back to a simpler time in life when we don’t have to worry about all the hard stuff. Sometimes even I sit down and play with them using playdough. I think it’s a great stress reliever for adults and an awesome way for kids to build up their fine motor skills.

I promise this tutorial is super easy. And it’s also one of this DIY things where you have all of the materials you need. Let’s get started shall we?

Cotton Candy Scented Recipe For Playdough

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Scented Cotton Candy Playdough
 
Do you need something fun to do with the kiddos? I have the perfect solution! Cotton Candy Playdough! My kids have always been overly excited about playdough and I love them for that. First of all, this playdough is super easy, which makes my life that much easier. And the kids also enjoyed playing with it.
Ingredients
  • 1 cup of all purpose flour
  • ½ cup of table salt
  • 1 cup water warm water
  • 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil
  • 2 teaspoons cream of tartar
  • 2-3 drops of red food coloring
  • 2-3 drops of blue food coloring
  • 1 packet of cotton candy frosting flavoring (sold in the baking supply aisle, about $1 each)
  • 1 tablespoon of white craft glitter
Instructions
  1. In your mixing bowl, mix the flour, salt, water, oil, and cream of tartar. Mix well until a soft dough begins to form.
  2. Check the texture of your dough. If it is too sticky, add a little flour. If it is too dry, add a little more oil.
  3. Divide the dough in half so you have two separate portions of it.
  4. To the first half, add 2-3 drops of red food coloring to your dough and knead well. Continue to knead until the color is well dispersed.
  5. To the second half, add 2-3 drops of blue food coloring to your dough and knead well. To this portion, you will also add the packet of cotton candy frosting flavoring. Continue to knead until the color is well dispersed.
  6. Roll each set of dough into a ball and then sprinkle well with the crafting glitter.
  7. You can now roll the two dough balls together to form the pink and blue swirl shape.

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Comments

  1. 29
    lexie says:

    omg I would love to try the play-doh with my little! She will love that!!

  2. 28
    CourtneyLynne says:

    Omg I so need to make some of this for my duaghter!!! Cotton candy is the best and she jaunt loves play doh!

  3. 27
    Susannah says:

    How cool!!! I think I’d want to eat it though… ;-)

  4. 26
    Meagan says:

    This looks awesome! I love DIY posts!

  5. 25

    Wow, not only is it pretty, it smells good too? This is awesome! Thank you for sharing it with us!

  6. 24
    Natasha says:

    Great organized post! My daughter used to love play doh. You’re making it even more fun!

  7. 23

    I absolutely LOVE the scent of cotton candy, so this idea is something I think would be fun to do. I also like that this recipe includes glitter.

  8. 22
    Amanda says:

    This play dough looks like so much fun! I love the smell of cotton candy!

  9. 21
    Shauna S. says:

    I like the added scent touch to this recipe. My daughter is obsessed with play doh. She gets upset if she doesn’t have any around. This will be fun to try.

  10. 20
    Lisa Jacqueline Lewis says:

    Who doesn’t love cotton candy! What a fun recipe! Such pretty colors, and so sparkly!

  11. 19

    This looks like fun and I love that it smells like cotton candy!

  12. 18
    Di says:

    oh so much fun! Great party idea. And natural too!

  13. 17
    Jennifer B says:

    My kids love play dough and would absolutely love to make this recipe!

  14. 16
    Lexie says:

    Oh wow! What a neat idea. My daughter would love this! Such fun colors! :) LifeAsLex

  15. 15

    What a fun craft! My little guy loves play dough – we will have to try making this!

  16. 14
    Rosey says:

    Homemade crafts are the best. The kids appreciate doing them too. :)

  17. 13

    The girls love playdough! I’m sure we’ll have so much fun making this.

  18. 12

    I remember when children used to play with playdough and now the latest fad is computer games. What happened to simple pleasures?! Love the recipe so sparkly too.

  19. 11

    ahh man this is awesome! Can I just make it for me to create with!? lol

  20. 10
    Stacey says:

    Oh, I bet the play dough smells like a county fair! And the sparkles make it extra fun!

  21. 9
    Nikka Shae says:

    What a great idea!! Cotton candy smells so good too!!

  22. 8
    Logan Can says:

    Yum! I love playdough almost as much as my son! haha I will have to try this recipe!

  23. 7
    Debra says:

    Sounds amazing! My girls would love this!

  24. 6
    Cathy Mini says:

    I honestly can’t remember what cotton candy smells like, but I bet this play dough smells sweet and tasty all at the same time!!

  25. 5

    Love the play dough recipe, thanks so much for sharing!

  26. 4

    First of all, this playdough sparkles…and anything that sparkles is just better! And cotton candy scented…sign me up!

  27. 3
    Jenn says:

    Oh, man, PlayDough–that takes me back. This recipe sounds like the best possible love child of PlayDough and Mr Sketch markers, you know the ones that have all the great smells?

  28. 2

    This is awesome! My daughter would go crazy for this!

  29. 1
    Erin says:

    *gasp* This is like magic! Seriously, magic!!! I want to make this now!

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