It’s Christmas Eve and I’m finally relaxed and in a festive mood.
The other night I decided our house wasn’t Christmasy enough (well, I needed an excuse) and thought up a way to make it even more glittery and beautiful for only two pounds. I do love a bit of house DIY, and when it’s Christmas themed what could go wrong?!
Salt Dough Ornaments are made simply by mixing one cup of plain flour with one cup of salt and water. By mixing these three you create a dough, and with this you can create any ornaments you want. Place in the oven on 100 degrees Celsius for three hours and voila!
I bought some glittery gold spray paint (for only a pound) to cover the ornaments when they were done and I was left with some pretty cute decorations. I didn’t pierce any holes in mine to hang on the tree, as I didn’t feel they were good enough to hang everywhere! However they would look lovely in a bowl or as a centrepiece or even to place on wrapping paper. (Some of my decs were a little wobbly, as I am no artist, but I like to call it “shabby chic”…..)
Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas! <3