• 1 cup fevicol.
  • 1 cup corn flour
  • 1& 1/2 or 2 t. sp. Glycerine.
  • ¾ t sp. Zinc oxide
  • 2 t sp. Lemon juice.
  • Oil colour (Tube or power colour)



  • Take a pan, Add all above ingredients except colour.
  • Heat them on slow flame. Stir it well.
  • Slowly it will starts getting hard & gets converted into dough. Remove pan from heat.
  • Take little cream (eg. ponds cream) on hand little on any hard plate & knead the dough properly & make it smooth & wrinkle less.
  • During kneading add colour in dough.
  • When smooth, shining dough is ready cover it with plastic bag properly to keep it away from air, otherwise it will get harden & become useless.
  • Once the dough is ready you can take part from it make any required shapes from it.
  • Keep that shapes in air, it will get harden soon & after that the shapes will became permanent & can’t be spoiled.
  • This shapes can be made in advance & be used as & when required by sticking it with fevicol.
  • After sticking it well apply varnish on lamasa to give more shine & glow.
  • Let the varnish get dried properly for aprx. 7-8 hours.

Few examples of shapes that can be made from Dough:

  • Flowers of various shapes
  • Fruits
  • Teddy Bear & dolls.
  • Vegetables
  • Birds, animals etc.

    Can be used on key chains, big candles & show piece articles as decorative material.


1. You can grate the dough & can use the grated material as grass for decoration.
2. Some shapes like flowers, leaves, grass etc can be place on the edge of photo frame.

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