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Dough ornaments

Get creative this holiday season and make your own dough ornaments. Discover step-by-step instructions and ideas to create stunning decorations for your tree and home.
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How to Make Salt Dough Christmas Tree Ornaments Dana Ruth made these adorable salt dough Christmas tree ornaments using her 2 sons little fingerprints to make the Christmas lights! Then she used a black sharpie

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Sara Schoedel
Salt Dough Christmas Ornaments, White Christmas Ornaments, Food Ornaments, Homemade Christmas Decorations, Christmas Clay, Diy Christmas Ornaments, Christmas Projects, Holiday Crafts, Christmas Holidays

Looking for a beautiful, white, smooth, non-edible dough for making ornaments and garland to celebrate the holidays? This homemade baking soda dough is so much better than traditional salt dough. You're going to have so much fun making ornaments and garlands to decorate your home. Have fun and get creative!

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Isreal Harris
Salt Dough Christmas Ornaments, Cinnamon Ornaments, Homemade Ornaments, Christmas Ornament Crafts, Christmas Crafts For Kids, Diy Christmas Gifts, Holiday Crafts, Christmas Fun, Diy Ornaments

Over the years, I have made more salt dough ornaments than I can count. I have collections that go back to when our oldest kids were very small. Salt dough is a wonderful inexpensive way to make ornaments, and you can use the salt dough in so many ways, from shaping and sculpting, to rustic cookie cutter gingerbread type ornaments. The kids have always enjoyed making them, and I have too. I tweaked the dough a little, this time around, by adding ground cinnamon and essential oils to it, it…

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D. Mill