Snow Dough by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break

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Snow Dough by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break

This is such an easy project to do with your little ones, it only takes two ingredients! This Snow dough is super easy to make and since you don’t use a stove to make it you little ones can have fun mixing it up. You play with it just like playdough but it is so much softer and smells great too!


Snow Dough by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break

TIP: You can add glitter to make it sparkle like snow, or if you want fun colors just add a little food coloring

What you do:

Snow Dough by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break

To make this snow dough you will need to add 2 parts corn starch to 1 part conditioner. ( I did 2 cups cornstarch to 1 cup conditioner)

1. Add two parts corn starch to a bowl

2. Add 1 part of the hair conditioner to the corn starch

3. Mix the two ingredients together until they are incorporated well

4. The fun part! Use your hands to form the mixture into a dough. If your dough is a little sticky just add more corn starch.

TIP: All conditioners are different consistency so you might have to add a bit more cornstarch, only if your dough is a little sticky.

Now have fun! We put out cookie cutters and rolled balls to make snow men, and spent lots of time smelling a squishing our soft dough.  It is such an easy dough to make and it makes hours of fun play.

To store your Snow Dough just place in an air tight container or a zip lock bag.


Katie MyersABOUT KATIE: Katie spends her days with toddlers, as their preschool teacher. She loves to bake, cook, camp, and read, but she her greatest love is creating crafts and sharing them with kids. Katie and her newlywed husband are living happily ever after on a little island in the Pacific Northwest where she was born and raised. Keep your eyes open for her posts on Bonbon Break, where she will be a regular contributor.



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