Ready to use!
Bake in your own home oven!
|Step 1: Knead Sand-dough® until soft.|
|Step 2: Spread Sand-Dough® to desired size and shape on plaque.|
|Step 3: To make print- Wet hand and press slowly and firmly to desired depth. You can reshape and print as many times as needed to get the desired print before baking.|
|Step 4: Bake- Place in center of preheated oven at 350°F (177°C) for 15 min. (1 set at a time)|
|6x8 Plaque Only||$12.95|
|6x8 With Frame||$14.95|
|8x10 Plaque Only||$19.95|
|Wet baby's hand or foot.
Press slowly into the clay to the depth you like.
If you don't like the impression, or the baby moves or squeezes its hand, just smooth out the dough and try again.
You can repeat as often as needed until you are satisfied with your prints.
Wash baby's hand or foot thoroughly with soap and water to remove any sand particles or oils.
Using a toothpick, pencil, or rubber stamps, print child's name and the date into the dough.
Place plaque and print in the center of a preheated oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit (177 C) for 15 minutes.
The print will automatically stick to the plaque. Remove from oven and cool.
Hang on the wall as a plaque alone or in a frame.
Precious Prints will not crack, chip, or peel. They won't break if dropped. They won't mold or rot as plaster does
Will not shrink in size as water base, ceramic, porcelain, plaster of paris, and cement prints do (up to one eighth their size).
You can also be painted with any acrylic craft paint (NO ENAMELS).
You can add a shiny penny, pressed into the dough before baking, using the year the child was born.
You can press anything into the dough before baking to make decorations and textures.
You can bake anything wood, metal, or glass into the dough. (Do not bake plastic objects into the dough, they will melt.)
Glass glitter can be pressed into the edges of the dough and baked.
Ceramic roses, which can be bought at craft stores, can be baked into the dough.