DIY Salt Dough Ornaments
It’s been a great week and we have a few more winners to announce. Congrats to Kristen, the winner of a 16×20 photo canvas form Canvas Press. If you didn’t win, the company is generously offering up a 10% discount to MPMK readers. Just use the code MPMK10 at checkout.
Congrats also to Sally, the winner of the Kids’ Crafternoon books.
I’m over at momtastic today sharing one of the best Christmas crafts ever. It takes only 3 ingredients which I can practically guarantee are already in your pantry (salt, flour, and water), it’s appealing to kids of all ages, and it can be extended into an activity that lasts practically all day. Plus the end product is a perfect grandparent gift.
Salt dough ornaments are essentially three favorite kid activities rolled into one. First there’s cooking, the little ones get to pour and stir to their hearts content. Next comes the kneading, rolling, and cookie cutters – basically play doh play. Finally, once the kids have napped and the ornaments have dried out in the oven, it’s time to paint!
Check out the full post
for the simple directions and bookmark it for upcoming school vacations!