Salt dough ornaments- 1 c flour 1/2 c salt 1/2 c warm water. "If you want your ornaments to last years and years, coat them with 3-4 very thin coats of polyurethane gloss varnish. Make sure to cover every exposed surface. This seals them and helps prevent moisture from getting in. Once they are sealed, you can deck them out with glitter" Salts Dough Ornaments, Crafts Ideas, Diy Crafts, Stamps Salts, Saltdough, Salt Dough, Sophisticated Salts, Christmas Ornaments, Gifts Tags
How to make Salt Dough Ornaments- 1/2 cup salt 1/2 cup water 1 cup flour Mix together until dough forms and then knead for 7 - 10 minutes Use cookie cutters or whatever else you want to make your shapes. Make sure you use a straw or pencil to poke a hole in the dough before you bake. Bake the ornaments on an ungreased cookie sheet at 250 degree for 2 hours.
Salt Dough + Stamps = Perfect Favor Tags If you go the air dry method, they’ll dry faster if you put them on a screen and lift them off the table. Yes, a window screen is perfect. Just pop it out of the window and add your dough.
salt dough & stamp away! Great for gifts or gift tags (I know which friends this starfish is for!) - ornaments (and sets), - or just a little decor or token... stamp or design or make impression for every trip and/or milestone.
Step by step with photos~ Here is what you need to make these salt dough tags: 2 cups of flour 1 cup of salt 1 cup of water heart cookie cutters stamps (Amazon has a great selection of stamps, but the ones I used for this tutorial came from Michael’s) ink pad bamboo skewer or straw to make hole in tags ribbon sand paper Preheat oven to 200 degrees
Salt dough ornaments ... we have two of these that have been in our decoration box my whole life!