Monday, Feb 26, 2024

Salt Dough Ornaments

You and your family can make salt dough ornaments with just three pantry ingredients for any occasion or season. It's fun to measure out ingredients, form the dough and incorporate tactile elements for all ages, but it is especially enjoyable for young children. This relaxing activity combines science, cooking and artistic creativity. What could be better than that?

Decorating...or food...is the first thing to come to mind when the holidays arrive. Both food and decoration can make a festive occasion even more memorable and magical. Although this DIY clay recipe technically is edible, we do not recommend trying it. It would be too much salt!

Create an Art Camp at Home for Kids if you have kids at home that are easily bored (or the weather is not cooperating). It's the perfect opportunity for kids (or adults!) This is the perfect time for children (or adults!) to let their creativity flow. Mixing up salt dough is a great sensory activity. Decorate the ornaments with joy after they are finished.

Let's get started!

Table of Contents

  • Clay Tips for DIY
  • Ideas for Holiday Ornament Shapes
  • How to Decorate Salt Dough Ornaments
  • Ornaments scented with salt dough
  • How to hang your salt dough ornaments
    • Placement of the hole is important
    • Hang to your heart's content
    • Bring out the Bunting
  • Handprint Clay Creations
  • Step-By-Step Tutorial
  • Question and Answer about Salt Dough Ornaments
  • Here are more arts & crafts ideas and vegan recipes for kids

DIY Clay Tips

It's easier than you might think to make your own clay! This project is worth the mess, even though it may be a bit messy. Salt dough ornaments are elegant and sophisticated or super cool and cheezy. These ornaments can be adorable and cuddly. They can also be classic or contemporary. You could even make them silly or frightening. Once the dough is made, there are no rules.

Here are some tips to help you keep your clutter under control:

  • Cover your Space- Choose an area of your house (perhaps the kitchen) to add newspaper or easy-to-clean towels. Spread them over your work surface. You could also cover your clothes. You could use an old shirt or aprons.
  • Collect creative tools Fill small cardboard or plastic containers with art supplies like paints and paintbrushes. Also, add small items such as rocks, seashells and bells. The glue and the hanging materials such as twine, ribbons, lace etc. can be used to keep things organized. It will help you to organize and keep your things in order.
  • Cleaning Materials – Even the neatest of people will appreciate some wet wipes, reusable paper towel, cloths or a dustpan and brush to reduce the mess. Hand washing is essential before and after the project. You should wash your hands before and after making these lovely ornaments.

Ideas for Holiday Ornament Shapes

This recipe for homemade clay is not just for the holidays. You can customize this dough in a variety of ways to create ornaments that are any size, color, or shape. You can find a list of shapes for each season or holiday. Your ideas are also welcome! Add them in the comments section below.

  • Celebrate Seasons- Get inspired by the colors of each season. Make leaf shapes using red, yellow and brown for Fall. Spring: Cut out and paint umbrellas, flowers and birds with soft pastel colors. Summer can be represented by swimsuits, sun, and flip-flops painted in jewel tones. Winter is a collection of symbols such as snowflakes, candles, snowmen and yellow and white.
  • The Best Birthday Ever- Choose shapes that are appropriate for the birthday person. When creating ornaments, consider their hobbies, favorite colors, and favorite foods. You can give them as small paperweights, hang them in a line as buntings in their favorite spot, or have friends and family write a loving note in paint or markers on the back as a birthday gift.
  • Make Festive Day Extra Fancy These adorable ornaments are perfect for any holiday. You can make ornaments for Valentine's Day, Easter, New Year's and Halloween. There are so many ideas!

How to Decorate Salt Dough Ornaments

The most exciting part is yet to come! Your brainpower will help you come up with the most brilliant and creative ideas. You can do it! You can do it! There are endless possibilities!

Consult our Vegan Art Supplies Guide to double-check whether your art supplies are vegan friendly!

  • Glitter or Eco Glitter?
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Dried flowers or herbs (bay leaves, lavender buds, dried flowers, cloves etc.).
  • Sprinkles
  • Markers
  • Edible Spray Paint
  • Add a Print Photo
  • Lace, yarn or ribbons
  • Sea Glass
  • Googly eyes
  • Beads
  • Stamps and stencils
  • Embossing letters
  • Little Bells
  • Natural Items (small needles and leaves, sticks etc.

Hints: To make your ornaments last longer than a year you can spray them with a clear sealer acrylic or paint on a few layers of Mod Podge. Keep in mind to let the ornaments dry completely before storing.

Salt dough ornaments with a scent

Why not add something special to your ornaments before baking them? Add a few drops (or a sprinkle) of natural scent to unbaked salt dough to make these decorations more impressive. Here are a few recipes for scents to get you going:

  • Lavender & Rosemary – 9 drops lavender essential oil and 6 drops rosemary essential oil. Fantastically herbal!
  • Orange & cinnamon – 15 drops orange essential oil or extract + 1/2-1 teaspoon ground cinnamon. This will give you ornament a spicy, delicious scent as well as a light, warm brown color.
  • Peppermint & Vanilla – 5 drops peppermint essential oil + 10 drops vanilla essential extract or oil. Like a candycane, this is sweet and cool!

Note Be sure to thoroughly mix the oils, spices, and extracts into the dough prior to cutting it out and baking. You can use a paintbrush if the scent isn't strong enough. Let it dry.

How to hang your salt dough ornaments

It should be enjoyable to hang an ornament for any occasion, and not frustrating or fiddly. Follow these tips and you'll look forward to this task every year. There's no need to be worried!

Use strong, reliable materials

Friends, don't use old, ratty ribbon or cheap string. Put it out to the birds or in the compost if it is worn or falling apart. Choose quality materials such as kitchen cotton string (not the thin kind), hemp twine or linen cord, satin, ribbons, metal ornament hooks, rubber bands, etc.

Place the hole carefully

If you add the hole, be sure to not place it too close to top. The hole will either close or become too weak to support the weight of the ornament once it comes out of the oven if you place it too close. Place the hole between 1/4 and 1/2 inch below the top of the ornament.

Hang to Your Heart's Concontent

You can use a tree, a wooden expandable hatrack, or any other place in your house that is able to hold some weight. Some other unique ideas are doorknobs, chair arms and banana trees. You can also use chandeliers, mug holders, car rearview mirrors or even chair armrests. Find a special spot and add the item there every year.

Bring out the Bunting

You can attach the ornaments to a cord or a length of fabric binding instead of placing them individually on a stand, tree, or hook. Attach each end to a doorway edge, a fireplace mantle, or a window curtain rod. Bunting adds a festive touch to any event!

Handprint Clay Creations

Create your own clay handprints at home! Switch cookie cutters with fingers, hands or paws. They make thoughtful and lovely gifts for friends and family, or to celebrate important life events.

  • New Baby
  • Pets
  • First Day of School
  • Anniversaries
  • Birthdays

Make the salt dough as you normally would to create these beautiful, personalized clay pieces. Instead of cutting small shapes out, roll the dough out into a large shape. Place the dough on parchment paper. Keep the dough at a thickness of about 1/2". Dry and clean the hand, finger or thumb (or other item). Press the selected part into the dough, so there is a distinct depression but not to the bottom. Remove the dough very gently.

Place the parchment paper on a baking tray. Bake the ornaments as you would salt dough. If you want to turn the piece during baking, choose instead of. You can turn the baking sheet 180 degrees if you are worried that your creation will crack or break. You don't have to flip it over. Let cool and then decorate.

Step-By-Step Tutorial

All you need to make these simple clay ornaments is three ingredients: all-purpose wheat flour, water, and salt! That's it!

Step 2:

Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees F, or the lowest temperature that your oven can reach.

Add the flour, water, and salt to a large or medium mixing bowl and stir thoroughly with a wooden spoon. Once the dough has formed, continue kneading for a few more minutes. If it becomes sticky, add a little flour.

Step 2.

Allow the dough to rest in a bowl for 20-30 mins once it has reached a soft and mostly dry texture.

Step 4:

Sprinkle a little flour onto the counter or cutting board, and then roll the dough out to a thickness of 1/4 inch.

Step 4.

Press the cookie cutters into your dough, ensuring that you use as much surface area as possible. Peel off excess dough, then transfer the shapes onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Continue to cut out ornaments, reforming the dough as needed and rolling it out again when there are only scraps remaining. Place them on the parchment-lined baking sheet.

Step 5

Make a hole with a large wooden skewer or straw near the top edge of the shapes.

You can also use your stamps and embossing letter if you own them.

Step 6

Place the roasted vegetables on the middle rack and bake them for 30 minutes.

Use a spatula to carefully flip over the ornaments and bake them for 30 more minutes, or until they feel firm. It may take longer or shorter than 30 minutes depending on the oven. Check the ornaments every 5 to 10 minutes. Keep an eye on the ornaments.

Step 7

Remove the baking sheet from the oven. Let the ornaments cool down completely before removing them.

Step 8

Decorate however you want (add paint, glitter, or accessories). Thread a ribbon or piece of string through the hole at the top of the ornament. Enjoy!

Question and Answer about Salt Dough Ornaments

What do I do if my ornaments are puffy? What should I do?

Good question! The dough expands a bit more at higher temperatures. Use the lowest temperature setting in your oven to bake your ornaments. Place them as far as possible from the heating element. This usually means at the bottom of your oven.

Flip them gently after baking them for 30 minutes at the lowest temperature of your oven. Check them about every 5 minutes. Some ovens cook faster than others.

How to make salt dough ornaments without baking?

If you don't have an oven, you can let your ornaments air dry in an area with low humidity. You can use wax or parchment paper.

It may take a few days or a week for them to dry and harden. Flip the ornaments at least once a day. This is also a great way to reduce your electricity bill if you have extra space and time.

Here are more arts & crafts ideas and vegan recipes for kids

Here is some additional inspiration on how to inspire your kids with vegan snacks and art supplies. After you've filled their minds with incredible art, make sure to fill their bellies with delicious, healthy vegan snacks. Give these Peanut Butter & Jelly Thumbprint Cookies a try. They're both an art project as well as a fun recipe.

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Salt Dough Ornaments

These nostalgic salt dough ornaments are perfect for celebrating extra special occasions! Easy to make, fun to decorate and simple ingredients. They make great keepsakes and are a wonderful tradition to start in your family.
Craft Course
American Cuisine
Keyword Holidays, Christmas, Easter
Prep Time: 40 minutes
Cook Time 1 Hour
Total Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes and 30 seconds
Servings 15, 3" ornaments
Gina House Author

Equipment

  • Baking Sheet
  • Parchment Paper
  • Spatula for flipping ornaments
  • Cookie Cutters (in any shapes and sizes that you desire)

Ingredients

  • 2 cups All-purpose flour (plus a 1/2 cup extra for rolling out the dough)
  • 1 cup Table Salt (not Kosher salt or other chunkier salts)
  • 1 a cup warm water
  • String or twine to hang the ornaments

Instructions

  • Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees F, or the lowest temperature that your oven can reach.
  • Add 1 cup flour, water, and salt to a large or medium mixing bowl. Use a wooden or plastic spoon to mix thoroughly. Continue to knead the dough for a few more minutes in the bowl. If the dough is sticky, add a little extra flour.
  • Let the dough rest in the bowl until it has a soft texture.
  • Sprinkle some flour on your counter or cutting board, and roll the dough out to a thickness of 1/4".
  • Make sure you arrange the cookie cutters so they take up as little space as possible. Remove excess dough, and add the shapes cut to a baking sheet lined with parchment. Continue to cut out ornaments, reforming the dough as needed and re-rolling it when there are only scraps. Place them on a parchment lined baking sheet.
  • Use the straw to create a hole at the top of each cut shape.
  • Bake for 30 minutes on the middle rack in your oven.
  • Use the spatula to carefully flip over the ornaments and bake them for 30 more minutes, or until they feel firm. It may take longer or shorter than 30 minutes depending on the oven. Check the ornaments every 5 to 10 minutes. Keep an eye on the ornaments.
  • Remove the baking tray from the oven, and let the ornaments cool completely on the baking pan.
  • Decorate however you want (add paint, glitter, or accessories). Thread a ribbon or piece of string through the hole at the top of the ornament. Enjoy!

Notes

You can use any material you want to hang the ornament securely, including cotton kitchen string, twine or yarn, metal ornament hooks.

Rachel Lessenden edited and developed this salt dough ornament. Gina House wrote the recipe. All rights reserved. Photos by Amanda McGillicuddy, World of Vegan.

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Can I eat meat on a plant-based diet?

Plant-based diets do not allow you to eat meat, fish, or poultry. However, certain foods can still be made from plant-based ingredients. Some people who follow a plant-based diet can still eat dairy and eggs, but only in moderation. There are many options for those who want to make the switch to a plant diet. Plant-based diets rely on fresh fruits, vegetables, legumes like beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, and fortified foods, such as coconut milk and non-dairy almond milk.

You can find vegan products at most grocery stores, in addition to vegan restaurants that specialize in vegan food. Soy-based meats like tofu (wheat gluten), seitan (wheat protein), tempeh, fermented soybeans, and mock duck made of mushrooms can all be replicated in the taste and texture. A variety of vegetarian burgers using black beans and/or quinoa are available that can be very close to beef burgers.

Many plant-based options are available for those who don't want to eat meat, but still want something other than a meal replacement. Tofu mayo, coconut bacon strips, eggplant bacon bits, and veggie hot dogs made from seasoned textured soybean protein are some vegan alternatives. All of these delicious options can also be used to make faux chicken strips with wheat gluten. Furthermore, while some processed forms of fermented fungi, like mushrooms, taste like something similar to steak or pork when cooked properly, they can have similar sensory properties as meat but with significantly less environmental impact due to their far lower water use when compared with livestock production. These alternative options can replace any meat one may have consumed in the past, making the transition to a plant based diet easier.


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All the nutrients that children require to grow and develop can be found in plant-based diets. However, children need to be able to get sufficient iron, calcium (vitamin D), vitamin B12, and protein. It is important to have adequate protein for growth and development. Tofu, beans, lentils, nuts, and tofu are all good sources of plant-based proteins. Iron is necessary for healthy blood cells and can be found in leafy greens, beans, and fortified cereals. Fortified plant milk, calciumset tofu and leafy leaves contain sufficient calcium for healthy bones. Vitamin D is critical for bone health. It can also be obtained from sunlight exposure and fortified cow milk. Vitamin B12, which is essential for healthy nerves, blood cells and other body functions, can only be found in animal products. Children who eat a plant-based diet might need to take a vitamin B12 supplement.

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Many restaurants now offer vegan-friendly options on their menus. Many vegan restaurants have opened in major cities and communities and offer delicious, healthy options. Many mainstream restaurants offer vegetarian-friendly options, so you can still enjoy the best of traditional restaurant cuisine while following a plant-based diet. You can find recipes with vegetables or legumes, such as seitan, tempeh, and seitan. Vinegar and healthy oils can be substituted for mayonnaise or dressings that are high in saturated oil. Ask your server if you can make certain items vegan, or if there are dairy alternatives such as coconut milk or almond milk.

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Statistics

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These Chipotle black bean burgers are my new favorite vegan burger. They are a meatless burger made with black beans, diced onions, carrots, celery, and

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If you are new to plant based eating or looking for a new recipe to try out, give this vegan walnut taco meat for your next dinner. This walnut taco meat is

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Hint: Your energy levels, gut microbiome, and environmental impact all win big.



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