Sunday, March 21, 2010

Silent Sunday

Making our own playdough.

Adding a little green for St. Patrick's Day!

Not quite like the store bought, but fun!

Are you sure this is Playdough?

OK!  It's fun!

Slimy, drippy, and exciting!


Papa said...

Look's like fun! Give the girls big hugs and kisses for me and Grandmommy.

Love you!

Joaness said...

Looks like a lot of fun! I need to share a old Taffy recipe with you and you can have a taffy pull with the kids!
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Debbie said...

Amazing! How do you make playdoh?

Traci said...

Looks like a lot of fun to me! Happy Sunday.

RN Mama said...

Ha, so cute! You're a better Mom than I am...I hate anything messy! Btw, I love your daughter's green shirt:)

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

First of all....your little girls are beautiful! They look like they had lots of fun! haha That reminds me of ours when ours were they are grown, one married and graduating from dental school in May, the other has two more years of dental school...but they still have lots of fun together and actually live in a duplex set up, with our younger son who is an undergrad!

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A Lil Story said...

Following back- Great blog! =)

That looks like so much fun! I will have to try it with the boys- they would love it!!


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Anonamom said...

Looking forward to checking out all of your recipes! (Only I would rather not have known about the cake donuts being so much MORE fattening... they are my favorites!)
(From FF)

Queenie Jeannie said...

If you use Kool-Aid they smell great too!!

Sherry said...

What fun! :D

Kel said...

Debbie - There are many recipes on the web. I don't remember which one I used, but it was a non-cooking one.
Plus we added some vanilla to make it smell good!