Instructables user The Craft Arty Kid (also known as Lisa) recently posted a stellar tutorial on how to make miniature salt dough food for a dollhouse. Although this particular tutorial is for croissants and hot cross buns, Lisa notes that once these basics are mastered, it's easy to make any other type of miniature food.
Since salt dough just consists of flour, salt and water, this craft project is one that can likely be completed without a trip to the supermarket. Will you make some of this miniature salt dough food on your next rainy day?
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