DIY Christmas Ornaments Using Three Ingredients that are Probably in Your Cabinets Right Now
There's more snow headed toward the Treasure Valley. If by chance there's a snow day and you've got the kids cooped up in the house, this is a fun and easy Christmas craft for them to do!
I'll be honest, I ended up making a batch of these ornaments myself this weekend after feeling inspired by the cork ornaments we made at Ste. Chapelle. They're not quite as extravagant, but they sure do smell amazing! In fact, the ones that I made in kindergarten that have survived over the years STILL smell like cinnamon! You only need a few supplies to whip them up and if you don't have the ingredients in your pantry already, they're super cheap to make!
Ingredients and Supplies
- (2) 2.37 oz containers of ground cinnamon ($.84 at Winco)
- 3/4 Cup Sugar Free Apple Sauce
- (2) tablespoons Elmers white school glue
- Rolling Pin
- Cookie Cutters
- Skewer or Drinking Straw
- Cookie Sheet
- Puffy paint, glitter, etc
In a medium bowl mix together the cinnamon and applesauce.