blessings ornament

Sooo…the big question this time of year is always… “Are you ready for Christmas?”.  Umm…No. We finally got our tree up Sunday night. I still have baking and shopping to do. But on Christmas Eve, I hope I can say “Yes, I’m ready.” ha.

I was playing around, though, with some salt dough ornaments using my Poinsettias & Candles stamp set and one of my Christmas cookie stamps.

salt dough ornament 4 diane zechman

salt dough ornament 3 diane zechman

I mixed my dough and rolled it out on freezer paper, then cut the hearts by hand.  I used 1/2 cup flour, 1/4 cup salt and 1/4 cup warm water but my mixture was sticky and needed more flour. Next time I’ll add more salt or less water. Use a toothpick or straw to make a hole.

salt dough ornament 1 diane zechman

The hearts were stamped with Versafine ink.

salt dough ornament 2 diane zechman

I baked them in a toaster oven at 200 degrees and flipped them a few times (not sure how long) but my toaster oven runs hot so next time I’ll use the regular oven.  The toaster oven browned them a bit…so I sponged some Distress Vintage Photo on to “age” them.

This might be my last post before the holiday so I hope you all have a blessed Christmas!

2 Responses to blessings ornament

  1. I totally love this idea! Might have to try this next year! Merry Christmas Diane and I hope you enjoy the Holidays with your family and your beautiful Grand Daughter! All the best in 2017!

  2. You are soooo clever! Those look fantastic, Diane, and I love how you aged them. Have a wonderful holiday, a Merry Christmas, and much shared love with family and friends…and be careful out there:)

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