Beginner | 28 min 43 sec
Taught by Courtney Cerruti
Salt dough ornaments have a rustic elegance and can easily be made with common kitchen ingredients. Courtney Cerruti teaches you her favorite recipe for this perfect holiday home activity. These simple "cookie" ornaments can be hung on the tree, strung together with greens for a mantle display, used on a wreath or placed atop a package. Leave them plain for a homespun look, or decorate with paint for a customized palette.
Learn how to:
  • Make ornaments with salt dough
  • Roll out dough and cut it with templates and/or cookie cutters
  • Bake or air dry the ornaments thoroughly
  • Use a paper clip to make a loop hanger
  • Decorate the ornaments with watercolor and acrylic paint

Chapters
Salt Dough Ornaments
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03:43
11:36
10:32
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Salt Dough Recipe: 2 cups flour plus extra for dusting, 1 cup fine salt, 1/2- 3/4 warm water - for tan dough add 3 tbsp cinnamon
  • Parchment paper
  • Skewer or tooth pick 
  • Sharp knife
  • Rolling pin
  • Large bowl
  • Baking sheets
  • Spatula
  • Templates cut onto cardstock and/or cookie cutters
  • Oven set to 200 Fahrenheit 
  • For decorating: watercolor or acrylic paint, paint brushes, jar of water
  • Chop sticks (optional) 
  • Wire cutter and paper clips to create a hanging loop (optional)
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