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Homemade holiday treats! You'll find so many ways to celebrate in Christmas Pantry.
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Mix salt and flour together, ... varnish to protect ornament from moisture. Hang ... Dough can be shaped into baskets, candle holders, or whatever you like.
Combine all ingredients. Knead 7-10 minutes until smooth and putty-like. Roll out about 1/4 inch thick and cut in shapes or use cookie cutters. Bake ...
Combine flour with salt; add water. ... minutes. To make ornaments, pinch off ... Such as bears, Christmas trees, gingerbread people ... name and the year.
Mix thoroughly all ingredients in large bowl using fingers. Remove clay from bowl and knead by hand 4-5 minutes. Pinch off small balls of dough and ...
Dissolve salt in warm water ... brush dough with a beaten egg before cooking. Spray one side at a time with clear acrylic. Ideal for Christmas decorations.
Mix in large ... for hanging. Bake ornaments on ungreased cookie ... plastic or clear nail polish. This recipe makes about 5 dozen 2 1/2 inch ornaments.
Mix salt and cornstarch together. ... to stir. Remove from pan. Knead. Store in airtight container until time to use. Make ornaments, air dry and paint.
For Cookies: Beat ... cookie sheet. For ornament hole: Cut hole ... on cookies with pastry brush; decorate immediately. About 6 dozen (depending on size).
For cookies: Beat ... cookie sheet. (For ornament hole, cut hole ... cookies with pastry brush; decorate immediately. About 6 dozen (depending on size).
Mix flour and salt together. Add water, ... bake it. Color them when cool. To store them, wrap and put away in a good storage container. Mice do like them.
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