These ornaments have a special place in my heart as I grew up making them with my mom. I’ve taken them to a new level though, and I’m going to tell you how to make these cute ornaments that leave your house smelling like Christmas time. Below you’ll find the directions and recipe for how to make these ornaments.
If you want to do this craft in a classroom or without using electricity you can leave the ornaments out to dry for 2-3 days. They will dry faster if you flip them once a day until dry. Once the cookies are dry you can thread the ribbon through the hole and tie them off.
Decorating the ornaments. There are two options for making these ornaments look even cuter. You can either mix silver or gold glitter into the dough or decorate with puffy paint after they are dry to make them look like iced gingerbread cookies. Never fear, they are equally adorable if you don’t decorate them at all!
Royally Cheap Tip: Buy your cinnamon at Costco. I bought a 3 cup container of cinnamon for $2.74! Enough cinnamon to make 3 batches of ornaments! 🙂
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