The weekend before the girls used crayons to colkor over hot-fresh out of the oven stones and shells. The picture doesnt really do justice to the work and the product.
This was the present for patti's birthday.
The salt dough bowl, over time begins to get soft and disintegrate. Is there any way to stop this from happening? I mean, we can always make a new one, but it seems a pity to make such a lovely bowl and paint it, just to have it go soggy in about 3-4 days. I wonder if it is because Singapore is exceptionally humid.
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