Edit ModuleShow Tags

Nothing cookie-cutter about these sweet ornaments



 

Tired of the same old popcorn garlands? Here’s a fun and crafty way to trim the tree with the kids! Grab some polymer baking clay, string and a few festive cookie cutters to create these clay “cookie” ornaments. Protect a flat surface with parchment paper, and using a rolling pin, flatten the clay into a ⅛-inch-thick sheet. Have those creative kids cut the clay into shapes using the cookie cutters (don’t forget to use a toothpick to add a little hole for the hanging string!) and bake per package instructions. After baking, string up those ornaments and hang them on your tree!

blog.assembleshop.com

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Related Content

150+ Birthday Party Picks for Kids

7 of the Best Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Seattle

Some of the best restaurants in Seattle are also great places to eat with kids - in Ballard, Capitol Hill, downtown Seattle and the International District .

Your Guide to Seattle-Area Indoor Playspaces and Fun

Keep your kids entertained and your sanity intact with this survival guide for all your rainy day indoor needs.

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module

Family Events Calendar

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags