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A new week starts

To me it includes a lot of studying. Many books about Ethnology to read. Some are very interesting others are extremely difficult (I would have liked to say boring!). It’s interesting how the composition in a language presents so extremely different results from the way the words are treated and combined.

But there is also time for play. Last week daughter and I made candle light holders of what we call Troll dough some of you may call it salt dough I’m glad she comes up with all the ideas for playing cause I forget about it.

Troll dough is easy to make at home!

I copied the recipe from a page called WikiHowtodoanything  so the vocabulary is more familiar to you. There you also can see some really neat tips, you’ll like to look at that!

But I still think Troll dough sounds more fascinating. I like to imagine trolls in families making pretty troll dough decorations.


  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup salt
  • 3/4 cup water
  • food coloring (optional – see “Tips” for suggestions)
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil

We use lukewarm water because the dough is so nice to work whit then.

I wish you a good start of the week!

Follow the link to WikiHowtodoanything here


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