DIY Salt Dough Puppy Paw Print Christmas Ornaments #Recipe | CraftyMorning.com

Salt Dough Puppy Paw Print Christmas Ornament

DIY Salt Dough Puppy Paw Print Christmas Ornaments #Recipe | CraftyMorning.com

Homemade Falafel with tahini sauce. This is a nice recipe. Falafel is one of my favorite dishes to make at home. :)

Homemade Falafel with Tahini Sauce

Homemade Falafel with tahini sauce. This is a nice recipe. Falafel is one of my favorite dishes to make at home. :)

Snowman Bowl a Cute simple idea you can find the bowls at most Dollar stores or the Christmas tree shops or places similar like that you can do a variation of the idea with a Coastal theme or Christmas village or North Pole Santa shop theme a Terrarium with white flowers ( Irish Moss Sagina Subulata ) for the snow and small herbs or plants to resemble the trees and fairy houses - Daw

Snowman Bowl a Cute simple idea you can find the bowls at most Dollar stores or the Christmas tree shops or places similar like that you can do a variation of the idea with a Coastal theme or Christmas village or North Pole Santa shop theme a Terrarium with white flowers ( Irish Moss Sagina Subulata ) for the snow and small herbs or plants to resemble the trees and fairy houses - Daw

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Make a DIY paw print ornament to celebrate the holiday season with your cat or dog. Here’s your how-to guide, including a recipe for dough that is safe for pets: Mix together 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, and 1 ½ cups of water, and knead until dough is well combined. Roll out dough and cut into desired shapes. Press your pet’s paw into the dough and then bake in a 350-degree F oven for 12 minutes. Let the ornaments cool completely before sprucing them up as you like! #PetLifeHack

Make a DIY paw print ornament to celebrate the holiday season with your cat or dog. Here’s your how-to guide, including a recipe for dough that is safe for pets: Mix together 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, and 1 ½ cups of water, and knead until dough is well combined. Roll out dough and cut into desired shapes. Press your pet’s paw into the dough and then bake in a 350-degree F oven for 12 minutes. Let the ornaments cool completely before sprucing them up as you like! #PetLifeHack

Simple is often the best way to go!  Love this idea.  Could spiff this up with a different container for the candles...

Simple is often the best way to go! Love this idea. Could spiff this up with a different container for the candles...

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