Cloud dough with conditioner that requires only 3 simple ingredients? Well, yes! Get crafty with your students or kids and make this simple easy cloud dough with conditioner. It only requires few supplies I am sure you have in your pantry right now! Easy, simple, fun cloud dough recipe to make at home.
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Make this super soft, 3 ingredient, cloud dough recipe for kids! It is an extremely fun sensory craft recipe to make at home and it only takes 5 minutes to make it. This cloud dough with conditioner only requires 2-3 simple ingredients you definitely have in your home right now. Made with conditioner, cornstarch and few drops of food dye, it makes the most fun sensory activity ever!
If you like making your own homemade playdough recipe, this cloud dough with conditioner is a must-try for your household! This is a no cook playdough recipe you can easily make with your students or kids at home. Especially, if you haven’t made a DIY playdough before, this is a fool-proof recipe that anyone can make!
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This post is all about how to make cloud dough with conditioner that only requires 2 ingredients and few minutes to make it!
DIY Cloud Dough Recipe Using Conditioner
Why Cloud Dough With Conditioner?
This homemade easy cloud dough recipe only requires two simple ingredients – cornstarch and hair conditioner. I am sure you have them in your home right now, that’s why this homemade cloud dough makes it even more easy to make – you can literally go and grab these supplies right now! This DIY cloud dough is super soft, fluffy and won’t leave your students or kids skin dry after the playtime.
All you need is two household ingredients to create this silky cloud dough with conditioner!
To make it even more fun, you can customize your cloud dough recipe by adding in few drops of food dye.
You can make few batches of different colors to make the playtime even more fun and entertaining.
Why This is The Best Cloud Dough Recipe Ever?
This cloud dough is so incredibly soothing to play with. It is just like playing with a cloud – as the name speaks for itself.
Why Are You Going to Love This Easy Cloud Dough Recipe?
- 2 simple ingredients
- it only requires approximately 3 minutes to make!
- it won’t dry out your students’ or kids’ skin
- extremely fun to play with
- easy DIY homemade playdough that is super fluffy, silky and soft!
How do I Keep The Playdough Soft and Not Sticking to Hands?
If the dough is too sticky, simply add more cornstarch until it no longer sticks to your hands. Be sure to add little by little so it won’t ruin the consistency and still keeps it soft and silky.
Wash your hands with water and soap after the playtime.
Is it a Mess Free Sensory Play Activity?
Absolutely! It can be a bit messy while making the dough, but the play part is mess-free! As it is mixed together, it makes this fluffy, soft dough consistency that stick together and doesn’t melt. It doesn’t even stain anything!
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Ingredients Needed for a Cloud Dough With Conditioner :
- 1-1.5 Cup Cornstarch
- 1 Cup Hair Conditioner
- Few drops of food dye
Recreate this easy DIY homemade cloud dough with conditioner :
If you can’t find a cornstarch, it may be called ”corn flour” as well. It depends on where you live, for example, here in Germany we call it ”corn flour”, so be aware of that if you can’t find it anywhere. You’ll need around 1-1.5 cups of corn starch for this exact recipe.
You can use any kind of hair conditioner. I prefer using ones who doesn’t have any other color added to them so I can create my own cloud dough colors by adding in food dye. Also, it’s super fun to have some scent to it, as for example, coconut, macademia, etc. But remember – you don’t need to spend a lot of money for it, just a simple, even cheap hair conditioner will do wonders!
As I mentioned, it is super fun to add some food dye to your cloud dough to make it more vibrant, colorful and interesting to play with. Any colors will work, but to avoid staining your hands, I would suggest using ”cool” colors, like green, purple or blue.
How To Make DIY Cloud Dough With Conditioner
1. Add hair conditioner to a large bowl.
2. Mix in few drops of food dye.
3. Combine cornstarch with the hair conditioner mixture and mix it super well.
4. Stir until the dough begins to form.
5. Keep kneading until it forms a dough-like consistency. If it’s still too sticky add another tablespoon of cornstarch.
Step 1 : In a large mixing bowl add in 1 cup of hair conditioner.
Step 2 : Add few drops of any color of food dye. Mix it well.
You can make, for example, 3 different colors, so then you’ll need 3 bowls of hair conditioner and then add in 3 different food dyes. 3-4 drops will work fine, but keep adding in until you get to the desired color.
I made a blue and pink batch of colors for my cloud doughs, they made super fun color scheme, baby pink and baby blue!
Step 3 : Now add in 1.5 of cornstarch to the hair conditioner mixture. Combine it well and stir until dough begins to form.
Step 4 : Knead the dough until it forms.
I suggest using medical gloves so the dough doesn’t stick to your hands that much. The clean up will also be a lot more easier if using gloves.
Step 5 : If it’s still too sticky, simply add in 1 tablespoon of cornstarch.
And it’s finished! Get your kids super happy with this silky soft cloud dough with conditioner! Fun time guaranteed!
Cloud Dough With Conditioner | DIY Playdough
- large mixing bowl
- spatula or spoon for mixing
- 1 cup hair conditioner
- 1.5 cup cornstarch
- 3-4 drops food dye
- Add hair conditioner to a large bowl.
- Mix in few drops of food dye.
- Combine cornstarch with the hair conditioner mixture and mix it super well.
- Stir until the dough begins to form.
- Keep kneading until it forms a dough-like consistency. If it's still too sticky add another tablespoon of cornstarch.
Any thoughts or questions? Let me know in the comments section below!