Cinnamon Spice Ornament mix in a jar

Cinnamon Spice Ornament Mix In A Jar

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Stormy Stewart


This recipe uses a 1/2 pint wide mouth canning jar. You can add a cookie cutter if desired as part of the decorating.

This is a great gift in a jar for a Christmas/ Yule gift for making family heirlooms ornaments.

A wonderful baby shower gift or even a babies first christmas gift to make a hand or foot mold

Also a great teacher's give away gift for the summer months ahead to keep those kids of trouble and remind them of you in the years to come.

You can even add glitter in a small baggy for use in decorating a snowflake to a icicle ornament.

Note: spices are cheapest at big lots or the dollar store and even walmart.


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How to Make Cinnamon Spice Ornament mix in a jar


  1. layer in a 1/2 pint jar and decorate as the season fits. A Christmas cookie cutter or baby toy is a nice touch. Or even directions on makind a spider for halloween.

    Note I sometimes add a ornament stand with the jar and a silver or gold string/cord for hanging.

    Attach a tag saying:
  2. Cinnamon spice ornament

    Pour into a bowl and mix well. add 5 tablespoons water and mix well. knead with your hands for a few minutes until smooth.

    Roll out to 1/2 inch thick andcut out a pattern or press a babies foot or hand into it. If for a baby you can write the name weight and date of birth. of a ornament you can add your name and year.

    using a tooth pick put a hole through the ornament to put on tree or hand from a ornament holder.

    Place in cookie sheet and bake at 250 degrees for 1 1/2 hours or until dry. take from oven and cool completely before removing. You can then paint or varnish it to keep as a heirloom for next year.

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About Cinnamon Spice Ornament mix in a jar

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids

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