Oreos are delicious. Everyone loves them but what could make them better?
Making them colorful, and useful beyond just eating them. This alternative Oreo is a colorful eraser, and it’s super easy to make.
To make the mold, take an Oreo cookie and separate the cookie from the cream filling. Place the cookie on a piece of aluminum foil, then coat the cookie in clear nail polish.
Once the nail polish has dried, place hot glue on top of your Oreo. Make sure you cover the edges too! Wait for the glue to dry, then try to remove as much aluminum foil as possible.
Remove the cookie from the mold, then scrub out as much cookie as possible with warm soap and water. Take some eraser clay in multiple colors, and sprinkle on some fine silver glitter.
Knead them all together until you get the effect you’re looking for. Press it into the mold and remove the excess clay. Place the mold in the freezer for 10 minutes, then remove.
Using some more eraser clay, place that in the cookie mold again to make the second cookie. Repeat the same steps.
For the filling, pick a clay color of your choice, roll it into a little ball, then flatten it into a disk about the thickness of the cream filling. Place it in between the two cookie pieces.
Follow the directions of the oven-bake clay and place the whole thing in the oven for the allotted amount of time. Hers bakes for 20 minutes at 250 degrees.
Once you’ve let it cool down, your eraser is ready to use!
Cutest back to school supply ever, right?