We interrupt the 100 Days of Homemade Christmas Gifts to bring you the 12 Days of Christmas!
For the next 12 days I’m teaming up with some of my favorite bloggers to share with you 12 days of homeschool, Christmas decor, healthy holiday tips, money saving ideas, travel tips, recipes and more. I’ll still be sharing some of the best homemade Christmas gifts from around the web so don’t miss it!
Homemade Christmas Gift #75: Salt Dough Ornaments
Do you know someone who celebrating their first Christmas on their own? These salt dough ornaments are a great homemade Christmas gift to help them decorate the tree.
My kids and I made these last year and used them as gift tags for our Christmas gifts! You can find the salt dough recipe and step-by-step photo tutorial here.
Don’t forget to visit some of my favorite bloggers for great Christmas ideas!
Christmas Homeschool Fun: 1+1+1=1
Christmas Decorations: Songbird
Tips for a Healthy Holiday: The Thrifty Mama
Saving Money: Surviving the Stores
Travel Tips: Mom’s Travel Tales
Christmas Recipes: Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures
Christmas Family Fun: Life as Mom
SnoWhite @ Finding Joy in My Kitchen says
We did these with my mom when my sister & I were little! A fun Christmas tradition.
Just found this site & am about to make these with my little ones right now :)!
Katie Saint says
Thanks for the post. My family is making them tonight!
Great salt dough article!! I live and breath salt dough, it’s my passion!!! =)
grammy juju says
great idea for ornoment–but-how do i finish the back to look pretty????
The Twelve Days of Christmas start December 25 and end January 6, which is Epiphany. Last week I passed a Christian bookstore with a sign advertising a Twelve Days of Christmas sale. I thought that was sad that the Christian bookstore didn’t even seem to know when the Twelve Days are or that they were doing it just to make sales.