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Sunday, December 13, 2015

Whimsy Stamps "12 Days of Christmas" event....salt dough ornaments or tags!!

Hello everyone!! I have a super fun post to share today! It is for the.....


For all the details and how to win prizes please visit the Whimsy Blog

I have seen this on Pinterest for many years and finally have decided to make some.....Salt dough ornaments!! They are so pretty and so easy to make. Warning I have a lot of pictures.....:)




My daughters birthday is the 17th so I had to make a few for her. I will list all the products I used at the end of my post.

  


After you bake them I painted some with Distress inks. I also stamped the image before baking with Vintage Photo. 





These I embellished with some flowers.








Now these I used some Whimsy dies. I treated it like a stamp and used some Distress ink and lightly pressed it into the dough. The one on the upper left I painted with Distress inks after I baked them.



After you are done baking, stamping and painting I sprayed them with a sealer. You don't have to but I wanted the painted ink to stay in place. 

Here is a list of all the products I used. There is a lot.....:) 

Whimsy products:

Holiday Circle Postmarks....oops...they don't have this set anymore but this one would look wonderful too.....Snowflake mini letter seals
Winter's Jewel 1 die....GORGEOUS die

A lot I know!! 
Here is the recipe I used to make the dough.

2 cups flour
1 cup salt
1 cup water

Bake at 200 degrees for awhile. Some of mine took hours. You can also let them air dry overnight or for a few days.

I hope you will give these a try they are so versatile and fun to make!!

I also made these super cute teacher gifts in my previous post. If you would like to learn more about them click here!!


Thanks for visiting my blog!!
Cindy









36 comments:

  1. wonderful creations!
    love it!
    my favorite is this kitty!
    so cute!
    Bad Kitty's Craftroom
    >^.^<

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  2. OMGoodness, Cindy, these are so adorable! I made some of these ornaments 2 years ago but mine were not nearly as cute as yours! Love them! I'm your newest follower! I would be so happy if you would hop over and follow me too:
    http://ktdesigns2013.blogspot.ca/

    I'm heading to your teacher gift post to check them out...

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  3. They look fabulous Cindy, I made a lot with that salty dough many many years ago...........completely forgotten how much fun it is!!

    xx Irene

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  4. I have never worked with salt dough, from your nice creations I may have to give it a go..

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  5. These are adorable! All the ornaments on my tree are homemade and this gives me some new ideas for all the new Whimsy stamps that came in the mail last week!

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  6. That's such a sweet idea! You can make ornaments and all kinds of different stuff. Thanks so much for the idea. Looking fabulous

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  7. All of your tags are just stunning. It really makes a package so personal. Beautiful work!

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  8. Lovely creations Cindy and thank you for the recipe. Looks like so much fun:)

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  9. These are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I've made flowers with salt dough once.
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  10. Wow, these are all Fabulous! I would love to make these fun salt dough ornaments and thanks to your recipe I can :) Wonderful job, thank you so much for the Inspiration!

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  11. ohhh so have to try these.. so awesome and fun!!
    Hugs

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  12. That sound easyvenough for me to try with my kids. Beautiful!

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  13. That sound easyvenough for me to try with my kids. Beautiful!

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  14. Lovely and I didn't
    know you could stamp
    on the dough!
    Carla from Utah

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  15. what a great new way to use stamps, they look amazing

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  16. Whoa how cool! I had no idea you could stamp on salt dough! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. This is such an awesome idea!

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  18. Adorable projects. I love the kraft paper wrapping. Another great way to use your stamps. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  19. What a great idea! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  20. Oh they are great, I love Silver Fairy xx

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  21. Oh they are great, I love Silver Fairy xx

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  22. Great idea on getting more out of my multitude of stamps.

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  23. Great idea on getting more out of my multitude of stamps.

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  24. What a super industrious project, Cindy - these are fabulous and I love your teacher gifts also!

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  25. Fabulous idea to use salt dough.

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  26. Think I like the stars the best, Thanks for sharing.

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  27. These look amazing. Thanks for the recipe.

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  28. These look wonderful we use to make these when we where kids I like the idea of Stamping in them to really make them keepsakes

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  29. They are amazing! I want to try to make them now. Thank you for the recipe.

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