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How To Glaze Salt Dough Ornaments Christmas
How To Glaze Salt Dough Ornaments Christmas

how to glaze salt dough ornaments christmas


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How To Glaze Salt Dough Ornaments Christmas


We sell a lot of bakeware so I thought it would be really cute to have pretty sugar cookie snowflakes hanging in the window.I wanted them to look as real as possible, so I used real royal icing and sprinkles to decorate them. Slowly stream in the water while stirring until it comes together. Dont move the cookie shapes. That might help. Rolling back and forth can create the large flat air pockets. reply to this comment Christine Peterson Storer via FB December 14, 2013 at 8:13 PM ok, guess its time to start experimenting&Ill keep you posted! reply to this comment Martha December 15, 2013 at 5:56 AM Love this, it will be a great project for school break the couple days before Christmas! reply to this comment Tiffany Spalding via FB December 15, 2013 at 8:59 AM we havent painted our yet, but plan on doing that this week.


Once the spray paint is dry, I paint using acrylic paints and brushes (puffy paints would also work wonderfully). Allow icing to dry completely, for at least 4 hours. What kind of paint do you get after they are cooled? Please email me Thanks. Great post! LikeLiked by 1 person Reply Tux of Brooklyn Homemaker says: 11/03/2014 at 5:00 pm Thank you! LikeLike Reply sandrine says: 12/05/2014 at 7:33 am I love this, thank you for sharing. No spam. LikeLike Reply Tux Brooklyn Homemaker says: 12/06/2016 at 8:39 pm All such lovely ideas! I might just have to try a few myself! LikeLike Reply anita stynes says: 12/10/2016 at 6:19 pm Thank you so much sharing your story and recipe. Too thick, and the ornaments tend to split or break easily because of air pockets that get trapped in the middle.


reply to this comment Mommypotamus via FB December 13, 2013 at 3:14 PM Sasha Smith Fernandez So cute! reply to this comment Niki Gee via FB December 13, 2013 at 3:26 PM Just came home from my last day at work and made these with my son to start the holidays thank you! reply to this comment Danielle Shunk via FB December 13, 2013 at 4:05 PM Jeff Lynn reply to this comment Lori Matheson-Smith via FB December 13, 2013 at 4:28 PM Back in 1985 I made dozens of salt dough ornaments to give as gifts as we were broke. I used 1 part red, 2 part yellow and 1 part brown, which creates a life-like gingerbread colouring. They are really done if they start to brown (no worries, thats something we can fix later!). reply to this comment Lunapie December 13, 2013 at 11:14 PM Thank you for posting this. In the 90s you couldnt walk down the street without tripping over a tube of puff paint, but in 2013 it seems like its impossible to find. reply to this comment Amy d. LikeLike Reply Brenda Loerzel says: 12/05/2013 at 9:51 pm These really do bring back memories. This helps cover up any irregularities in color (like when some got too brown from baking), and I think helps the ornaments looks more like clay than hard bread. Put it down and use your hands to get in there and mix it well.


If you purchase a product after clicking an affiliate link, I receive a small percentage of the sale for referring you, at no extra cost to you. We used stamps and stamp ink to color them. I cant find a babies first Christmas ornament ANYWHERE! At any stores reply to this comment Kristin Fisher Lawler via FB December 13, 2013 at 12:19 PM Does the handprint bake up well? We just had our 3rd two days ago, and I would love to do handprints of all 3 kids. reply to this comment Heather Mommypotamus November 12, 2014 at 8:32 AM Hi Christina, it sounds like maybe your flour was self-rising (containing yeast). So, when I made my second batch I baked them with the side I wanted to decorate facing down. 3.3.3077 I hope you have an absolutely wonderful holiday, my friends! Im taking the next week off from the blog to enjoy time (and eggnog and chocolate and all the Christmas movies) with my loved ones. The entire reath was done in white I believe he is still at and very high gloss .


Your ornaments are beautiful and Im so impressed by all the effort you put into making them! Its such a lovely tradition. Pinterest is using cookies to help give you the best experience we can. At the time I didnt know the name of it, or even what was in it, but I knew we werent supposed to eat it. Place another large piece of parchment on top, and roll out the dough until 1/83 thick. I think it is a great option for older children and families to do together, and a great great option. English is my second language and I didnt understand what you meant by self rising flour, as it is really bubble up from me every time?? I need to make flat shapes. cf4ac695ea

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