And this is a picture that Chobe actually managed to take of me working on the cookies. Once the camera came
out it quickly became more interesting than the project at hand, as per usual. I do think that this time around he may have been trying to take pics of our project though because he's gotten so used to me doing it.
The recipe for the salt dough is something like:
1 part flour
1/2 part salt
1 to 1 1/2 parts water
Food coloring, spices, flavor extracts as desired
It can be baked in the oven at about 375. Baking times would vary depending on the size of your um, work. It tends to bubble a lot when baked. A lot of the beads that we decorated with were pushed up out of the cookies by the bubbles that formed in the oven. It was a good time anyway.
I'm working on some more recycled sweater fashions for Chobe as we prepare for our next voyage to New Mexico at the end of February. So, coming soon...epic recycled sweater baby clothing post!
Ok, that's about it for now I guess. We'll see how long this bout of blogging lasts for. I do have to confess that I am kind of addicted to formal education so who knows how long before I'll be back in school and on blogging hiatus once more.