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Brooke Anna @ Mommy Does... says
I really love this idea!
Have you thought about joining a handmade ornament exchange? You should!
PS- I’ve been meaning to do this- so it’s inevitable now that I’ve seen this tutorial!
I love it when bloggers show the real steps!LOL…they turned out really well though..and it does look pretty simple..I’m going to try this sometime this week! Thanks Amy!
Carrie @ My Favorite Finds says
I’m SOOOO glad I didn’t make salt dough ornaments this weekend, like I was going to. Thanks sooo much for sharing your mess ups. I probably would’ve just dumped the water in, too. Thanks! This will be my Thanksgiving break project….my list is getting longer!
Beautiful!! I was thinking of doing some of these with Hazel or maybe the applesauce cinnamon ones I have seen on pinterest. Yours look great!!
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I’m so glad you shared this! I think mabye I should have made add water slowly part of the tutroial in bold 🙂 Yours came out great and I love your little penguin!
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just made the dough! Thanks for posting this and reminding me what fun these are to do! I’m thinking my girl and I are in for a fun filled day with this craft!
Amanda Joy says
You crack me up! I LOVE that picture of LC, the look of “Really” is too funny. I love how these turned out, I need to make something like this my kids soon:)
Well I guess you are the resident expert now on these little babies. Fortunately they turned out so nice in the end. It would have been heartbreaking to go through all of that without a nice end result. Love the rosemary – good thinking for staging your shot, lol.
VERY cute! I just saw another post about these kind of adorbz ornaments. Maybe I should try them…
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Rose @ Walnut Acre says
Every year I tell myself we are going to make these. Hopefully this year we actually do it. Yours turned out very cute.
The mum of all trades says
We love salt dough here! You are really in the festive spirit, these are so pretty and your little one looks like he is having so much fun.
Crafty Mischief says
These turned out so cute! I found you through The Girl Creative. Thanks for sharing!
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Amy, thank you for sharing them at Crafty Moms Share. Yours came out much nicer than ours, but I am happy with what Hazel did and they are now on the tree.
Lori @ La-La's Home Daycare says
Those came out great! Love the idea of painting then and using the stamps!
Thanks for sharing,
Laura @Art For Little Hands says
Despite the problems these came out super cute. I made salt dough stuff the other day too and we had read you can dry them by leaving them out overnight. Ours just fell apart so I guess we did something wrong too! I love your paint work on all of them, but especially the featured penguin. Thanks for sharing on Monday Madness.
Melanie @ bear rabbit bear says
Ha! Love this- the end result was great. 🙂 Thanks for linking to Things I’ve Done Thursday- featuring this tomorrow!
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Mindie Hilton says
Featuring on Thursday at Bacon Time. 🙂
Aimee from Classified: Mom says
They did turn out beautiful- and you learned from your mistake! Thank you for sharing your ideas with us on The Sunday Showcase
The Nortons says
Thanks for the tutorial, it looks fun! I found you on Red Tricycle.
Four Marrs and One Venus says
Oh LC got this one DOWN! He is so stinkin’ cute! Thanks for hooking up all your goods over at the No Rules Christmas Party girl!!
Our Pinteresting Family says
They are such a great idea for a kids project. Thank you so much for sharing your tips. Megan
ELIZABETH O'BRIEN says
Thank you for the insight into the real salt dough adventures. This will be my first year making them and I couldnt get over the fact is just seemed too easy! Glad to know nothing goes as planned but it all turns out great in the end. Thank you and merry Christmas
What happens if they get wet?
Hopefully a little water wouldn’t hurt them because they’re protected by the sealant. I can’t say what would happen if they got totally soaked though.
D. Celio says
Can you please help? A older dough ornament has gotten soft. Any way to save it??? It’s from the 80’s! Has beads on it and maybe thin coat of sealant. Thank you!
Hmm…I’m not sure, I’ve never had one go soft on me. Our problem has been that any that had air bubbles in them are kind of fragile and can break after years of use.
Crystal young says
I’m going to make some salt dough ortaments.But I don’t know what kind of sealer do I need.Please help
Any kind of clear acrylic sealer should work!
Mariel Button says
This was a super cute tutorial visually and especially tutorially. Your son is so very handsome and seems like a beautiful soul like his Mama. Thank you for sharing this with us!
Aww, thanks so much!
Beryl cooper says
Been making salt dough with the grandchildren and we make pom-poms we tie one Pom Pom to sting or ribbon leave a space then add slat dough stars balls bells hats gingerbread men etc to the sting /ribbon keep going as long as you want then hung up on a fireplace /wall in fact any where you like it looks great for Christmas xxx
Great idea! So festive!
Sara Elizabeth McPhail says
How many ornaments did you get from the recipe??
It’s actually been years since we made these, but from what I remember we got quite a few! The smaller cookie cutters you use, the more ornaments you’ll get!
Billie Van Guilder says
Making 2 types of clay dough. One with baking soda, cornstarch and water. The other flour, salt, paint and water. Gotta say the cornstarch ones are white and dough is much silkier.