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DIY Christmas Ornaments Of Salt Dough

Salt dough has always been a great craft material because it’s easy to make and you can create thousands of things of it. For Christmas snowflakes you’ll need some salt dough, parchment paper, a blue pen, acrylic paint, acrylic spray, sliver embroidery floss. First, make some dough mixing 2 cups of all-purpose flour and 1 cup salt, one tablespoon of lemon juice and a cup with warm water. Stir the dough and knead it until smooth. Scoop the dough and using a daisy cookie cutter and a star cookie cutter to cut out the ornaments. Bake them in the oven, let dry and paint with acrylic paint. Draw your designs with a blue pen, spray two coats of acrylic paint, add sliver embroidery floss and you’re done!

 

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2 Comments

  1. Vladka Says:

    Great idea! Thank you.

  2. test Says:

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts about christmas ornaments.
    Regards

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