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SCENTED ROCKS Recipe

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Ingredients:  
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1/2 cup plain flour
1⁄2 cup salt
1⁄4 teaspoon essential oil (use your favorite)
2⁄3 cup boiling water
food coloring, if desired

Directions:
Directions:
Mix dry ingredients in a bowl.
Add essential oil and boiling water to the dry ingredients. I used 100% pure eucalyptus essential oil.
You will notice that the scent will be strong when you make this, but will fade away slightly when dry.
For colored stones, blend in food colorings, one drop at a time, until the desired shade is reached. I used 10 drops of rose pink food colorings and 10 drops of green food colorings. Before using these food colors, I divided the flour-salt and water dough into 3 parts. To one part I added rose pink color, to the next I added green color and the last was a blend of these 2 colors.
Blend the ingredients together for each of the 3 parts.
Form balls into different shapes and sizes to look like stones and/or logs. Lightly dust with cocoa powder, if desired.
Allow stones to dry. This takes 3 days minimum and you have to keep turning them from time to time in the day and keep them under a fan if possible, to let them dry sooner and better. Remember that the longer
you let them dry the stronger the scent.

 

 

 

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