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#NUO2013 Salt Dough Ornaments




Seriously, I’ve never made salt dough ornaments. I’ve tried, but I usually just let the kids play with the dough. This time around my goal was to make them look like these, or these, or holy heck these! Guess what, it didn’t work out but the ornaments the kids made look really cute!

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Ingredients

  • 1 cup of salt
  • 2 cups of flour
  • 1 cup of warm water
  • parchment paper





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  1. What a fun holiday project to do with the kiddos! I've never made salt dough ornaments, but I love all of the creative possibilities with these. Thanks for sharing them!

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  2. These are adorable! Pinned! I'm planning to make ornaments with my boys this season, and I will add this idea to our list. Thanks for sharing!

    Stopping by from the Live, Laugh, Rowe link party...

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  3. I just learned what might be the "magic" you speak of, for getting the salt dough ornaments to white. I just read on another blog that she mixes in 1/3C of white acrylic paint (adjusting the water). Makes sense! Of to make some ornaments…no white here today.

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  4. Just be careful, a lot of the evergreens are very poisonous!!

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