Salt Dough Magnets and Ornaments
By Kelli Martinelli on November 19, 2013
Salt Dough Recipe
(I see you're skipping dinner ...)
2 cups flour (go cheap, save the Bob's Red Mill for eating)
1 cup table salt (not kosher, not sea salt, you want fine grain)
3/4 cup water
Mix it up (I just use my hands). Roll it out with a rolling pin on a floured surface and cut with cookie cutters for ornaments. Punch a hole with a straw for stringing. Put on a parchment lined baking sheet at 200 degrees for about 20 minutes, flipping over halfway through. Test with your fingertips for firmness. OR sculpt into any not-too-heavy shape you like. Embed a disc-magnet into the back and poof! magnet. Paint with acrylic. Or a little mod modge and glitter if you're into that kind of thing (which I AM). Or keep em naked and see who's the first to try to eat one.
Now ... PHOTOS!
|pumpkin and ghost Christmas ornaments|
|pink ghost ornament with silver sparkles|
|in mommy's "race" shirts|
|ninjabread gone sour|
|put the magnet in as flat as possible before baking, no need to glue|
|In particular I love the simple pink dot by the artist, Magnolia.|
|Though I'm also a fan of the simple pink M on the artist's self-portrait.|