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HOW TO MAKE FROSTY PORCELAIN PASTE EASILY AND WITH FEW MATERIALS

FROSTY PORCELAIN PASTE

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The first thing we should do is look for the following

Ingredients

For 250gr of flexible dough

1 cup filled with flour corn starch

1/2 Cup of thick white glue with 2 tablespoons of pure glycerin (to hydrate the paste and prevent it from being cut) or special glue for cold porcelain.

1 small spoon full of body cream of any brand

Teflon frying pan so that the mixture does not stick

Plastic pallet

The paste will last approximately 2 weeks as it does not contain preservatives

If you want to last longer you can add a teaspoon of citric acid to preserve food

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Process

In a thick Teflon pan we place the snow cream and the glue or carpenter’s resistol

We always mix the mixture well with the plastic or wood palette, until it is perfectly incorporated.

Later we put a rate of flour to the previous ingredients

We continue stirring until it becomes a 100% homogeneous mixture

It is recommended that if you are doing this for the first time, start with a single cup of flour

If you wish you can increase the amount little by little

FROSTY PORCELAIN PASTE

The mixture should remain similar to pancake dough or hot cakes

It is important that all the resistol or glue is well incorporated into the cream and flour

When this is so then it will be ready to be placed on the fire

I recommend that if it’s the first time you learn how to make cold porcelain pasta, simmer the mixture

You must avoid sticking for which you have to go constantly stirring with the palette in a circular

You are going to see how it is turning into a big ball of flexible dough without a lot of shape because you still have to knead it

Remove from the fire and wait for it to cool a bit to continue

Remove any clots left and place cream everywhere

We put it inside a plastic bag and keep it in the fridge to use it when we want

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Another way on how to make cold porcelain pasta

If you buy a good glue, and you use exactly the measures of this recipe

You will learn how to make cold porcelain paste and it will be perfect, because it will not crack when it dries.

Ingredients

To take the measure of the ingredients, you will only need a cup of coffee and a teaspoon of dessert. 
The amounts are: 
1/2 cup of Cornstarch 
Half a cup of cola or white glue 
1 teaspoon of baby oil dessert 
A teaspoon of Vaseline 
1 teaspoon of lemon juice

The first thing we will do is place the ½ cup of cornstarch in a plastic container

We add the tail or white paste of good quality

We add petrolatum, baby oil and lemon juice or vinegar but the latter sometimes darkens the dough a little

As for how to make cold porcelain pasta with fire or without fire

I can tell you that it is basically that the heat evaporates the water from the glue and the dough is much more moldable

FROSTY PORCELAIN PASTE

When we do it without heat, it is often necessary to add more flour and a harder and less elastic mass remains

By having all the ingredients in the bowl we begin to mix very well with the wooden palette

We recommend that all the kitchen utensils you use be exclusive to make cold porcelain

It is important that ingredients are stirred well avoiding lumps

We place the mixture in the pan and put a short flame to start heating the dough

We remove the paste in a circular way taking off the mixture of the edges

You will know when it is ready when during a while of stirring the mass of a ball it sticks to the palette completely

In other words, you can lift it with the same palette as the revuelves

We put out the fire and let it cool a bit

FROSTY PORCELAIN PASTE

Practical Recommendations

Try not to let the dough cool so much, it is advisable that you love it even warm because it gives better results

Prepare the surface where we will knead the mixture with a little bit of baby oil

And have plastic film or envoplast on hand to place the dough and store it 

When we are kneading we should check that there are no lumps and if you have them try to dissolve them

The fingers are the best tool to knead the porcelain, because through them you will feel if it is homogeneous or not

Before wrapping it you should let it cool completely to obtain better results

Try not to leave air anywhere and keep it in a cool place at least 24 hours

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Cold colored porcelain

If you also want to give life to the flexible dough here we will teach you how to make cold colored porcelain paste  

materials

Cold Porcelain Paste

Vegetable dyes or acrylic paint

Envoplast or film paper

When having the mass well unified, without cracks, or lumps, we place it in a sachet with zipper

FROSTY PORCELAIN PASTE

Or we can use the envoplast or wrapping paper very well so that there is no air left as it can harden

We put it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes, we took it out and divided it into several parts to color it

We reserve the largest part of the pieces in the envoplast and store it in the fridge

We take one of the parts of the dough and with a few drops of red acrylic paint, we begin to dye it kneading until it takes the desired color.

More intense more paint, if we want less strong the color we add less drops

We knead very well until the color is even

This same procedure can be done with the vegetable dye and the tones will be very beautiful

You can also combine the primary colors to get other beautiful colors

I recommend you wear gloves if you decide because the edible coloring

It dyes your fingers a lot and it costs a bit to get it out 

Another recommendation is that you paint light colors the porcelain paste, because when drying they tend to darken

Every time you paint a piece of dough you should wrap it immediately so it does not dry out

It would lose its soft texture and would not serve to mold

I hope our explanation has served you