Wednesday, October 22

Sweet-Smelling Crafts...



I found instructions for Cinnamon Ornaments in my issue of Martha Stewart Holiday Crafts magazine so my little girlfriend and I decided to try them out this afternoon. They were surprisingly easy to put together (I've had issues with making homemade salt dough ornaments before) though the process takes a long time (between waiting an hour for the dough to sit after its made, making the ornaments, and then baking them for two hours). Our little girl lost interest after they went in the oven, but I expect that she'll be excited when she sees them hanging from the cabinet doors in the morning! The smell is absolutely wonderful! Even the oven smells good hours later!

9 comments:

Bethany Hudson said...

Oh, thank you for posting this! I wanted to make these with my daughter this year.

~Bethany

Bluecanopy said...

Ooh, I needed a homemade gift idea...thanks! :)

Kelly said...

Those look awesome!

Monica said...

I definitely want to try this!

Michelle M. said...

I love these- I am definitely going to try it out- SOON :)

RoseAnn said...

I've made these to hang on the Christmas tree before but I love the door knob idea! Thanks.

Angela said...

oh! we made these a few years ago, and i completely forgot about them! thanks for reminding me about a great craft! the grandmas and aunties loved hanging these in their cars. i'll tack on to our "to do" list. thanks!

::Sylvia:: said...

This looks like fun, we usually do the cookie clay ornaments but the scent of cinnamon is making me want to try these right now! :) Hope you're having a wonderful fall...

Linda said...

I made these too, but you have WAY cuter cookie cutters! ;)

greetings from the netherlands!

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