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Bread Clay
This clay is sticky so make sure work surface is covered with foil or wax paper. You can also coat hands and work surface with a light dusting of flour or non-stick spray.

Day-old white bread 1 pkg or 18 slices
5 tsp. water
9 tsp. white glue
wax paper

~~Cut crusts off bread

~~Tear bread into small pieces

~~Place in large bowl

 

*Hint

Use a bowl that you no longer use for food

 

~~Pour water in with bread

~~Pour glue in with bread

~~Mix with hands

 

*Hint

Dough should be the same consistency as pie dough.

You may also want to use rubber gloves to mix.

 

Edible!

Granola Clay

 

c maple syrup
1 c peanut butter
2 c powdered milk
1 c granola

 

~~Combine syrup and peanut butter 

~~Add powdered milk and granola.

~~Knead the mixture until smooth

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