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  • Charlotte Brown

    DIY Star ornaments- cookie cutter and a stamp onto clay.

  • Obama

    A simple salt dough, a cookie cutter, a rubber stamp and a little paint. Such pretty ornaments or gift tie-ons. Christmas ornaments for kids

  • Jennifer 'Cross' Stine

    A simple salt dough, a cookie cutter, a rubber stamp and a little paint. Such pretty ornaments or gift tie-ons. Although many of us have already made clay ornaments as kids (or adults) but I love the design on these.

  • Sarah de Orlando

    DIY Ornament: A simple salt dough, a cookie cutter, a rubber stamp and a little paint. Such pretty ornaments or gift tie-ons.

  • Rosie Lightly

    Salt Dough Ornaments A simple salt dough, a cookie cutter, a rubber stamp and a little paint. Such pretty ornaments or gift tie-ons.

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