Last I blogged about homemade play dough, gluten was still a hot and heavy part of our diets. After my diagnosis (and coming to terms with the fact that my son also has trouble with gluten), I got rid of all the gluten in our home, and stopped making dough. In the back of my mind I kept a mental note to Google gluten-free play dough recipes. I mean, one had to exist, right? Right! I have no idea what took me so long to investigate.
I used this recipe, and had little issue with whipping up a fresh batch, only that I cooked it a bit too long which left it on the drier side.
I also finally got around to putting together a little play dough tool kit, an aspect of Meg’s post which I just adored. It’s been so fun to watch how my son uses the tools.
which make clean-up and storage a snap.
I purchased the little suitcase at Michael’s on a super sale, and opening and closing it is half the fun of the whole activity.
Note: the craft fair, for all intents and purposes, was a success, and I loved my visitors! I most certainly had higher expectations than what was reasonable, and I may have 13 baby bibs still in my possession among, sigh, many other things. It was a learning experience, to say the least. Expect a giveaway in the near future!