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pressed flower ornaments - Dough is made from 1 cup baking soda, 1/2 cup corn starch, 3/4 cup of warm water. Roll flat, cut out circles, punch hanging holes, and bake at 200 degrees F for an hour. Mod podge pressed flowers onto bases and hang.

Salt Dough 1 cup salt 2 cups flour 1cup water Mix all ingredients in a mixer until a smooth dough forms. To dry the dough, bake in a 120ºC oven for at least 3 hours.

DIY Cold Porcelain Clay, no cook. Corn Starch: 1 and half cup, School glue: 1 cup, White vinegar: 1 Tblspoon, Cooking oil (olive oil) or baby oil: 1 Tblspoon, Body Lotion: 1 teaspoon

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

My Owl Barn: DIY: Clay Owl - would make the cutest little magnets. Maybe. Fun with salt dough as a present add on too

1 tsp elmers glue, 3 drops food coloring, and 1.5 tsp of water. painted onto clear glass jars will turn them whatever color you'd like (:

COLD PORCELAIN 2 C corn starch 2 C of Elmer’s Glue 1 T of lemon juice 2 t baby oil 1 T of white acrylic paint 1 T cold cream

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Salt Dough Handprints

Christmas salt dough ornaments

Christmas Money Tree-- GREAT twist for gifts of cash.-- Rated: Very cool! She had a different version posted along with this one... money pinned to a styrofoam cone base. So cute. Have a niece and 2 nephews, so also picked up a wreath and star form. Pinned $ to them, wrapped with ribbon. They really seemed to like them. Wouldn't take the cash off for a while!

I will be trying this soon!

Make snowmen out of glue. Decorate with paper, glitter etc. Then let dry on wax paper- use them as gift tags! I wanna do it!!

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Too much AWESOME to handle (26 photos)

possible diy mugs