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  1. For any non american, the 200 degrees are meant to be fahrenheit, not celsius, now i sit with a molten unicorn and a crying 5 year old.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I’m so sorry I didn’t specify Fahrenheit. I’m also sorry to upset your 5-year-old.

  2. Hi!

    I’ve been trying to do the ornaments with handmade sensory dough but with no luck.
    I tried with my oven at 200F for about an hour each time.

    Either they puff up ridiculously and even when they’re really thin, they don’t dry completely in the oven and come out really fragile.

    Would you have anything way to fix this?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      I am so sorry! What kind of play dough did you use? The Kool-Aid one? It might be oven, too, since ovens can be slightly different. Once again, I apologize it didn’t turn out for you!

  3. Planning on doing this for a school project! After it is baked, will it last and avoid getting mouldy? My structure is 3D and I’m also wondering if it will hold its shape…

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      It shouldn’t get mouldy. Ours never did.

  4. KarolAnne says:

    My daughter is Play Dough obsessed! She is going to LOVE this for “Mommy And Me” time.

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