My daughter LOOOOOOOOOVES playing with Play-Doh! I recently got her a Baby Shark Play-Doh set from Target. It came with cookie cutters to make adorable sharks!
That night, I immediately swiped it and headed to the bubble lab to try it with solid bubble bath dough!
The cool thing about both my bubble bar recipe and Robyn’s bubble fondant is that you can tweak it to create a consistency that you need for your project. I needed my dough to roll out easily enough to cut using the cookie cutters. But I also wanted it stiff enough to easily move around the pieces to create my sharks.
If you want to learn more about making bubble bar dough and bubble fondant, join Bubble Bootcamp! We talk about formulation, recipes, design methods, troubleshooting and more!
Here are some pictures from the process!
I divided my dough into two parts. 2/3 I colored purple for the shark bodies and 1/3 I left white for the white parts of the body. I also used the white dough and colored a little red for the mouths and black for the eyeballs.
When placing one piece of bubble dough on top of another, you must wet it with alcohol or it might not stick. I sprayed with 91% alcohol.
There are tons of really cute Play Dough sets out there! I’m making a list!
Happy Bubble Making!