How to Make Scented Salt Dough Tree Decorations

It’s November and you can’t put the Christmas tree up just yet but you feel like you want to get into the Christmas spirit. It’s cold, it’s raining and you have bored kids. Salt dough is simple, quick and you will have all the ingredients already in the cupboard. They make the perfect gifts for grandparents or to give your own Christmas tree some extra sparkle.

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Here’s a quick VLOG of me & Harry making our Gingerbread Men decorations last week ( complete with Christmas music to get you in the mood )

 

 

I hope you enjoy making some salt dough decorations with your kids. Me & Harry had so much fun and it was a great way to fill a couple of hours on a rainy day.Let me know if you do and send me some pictures.

Becci

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18 responses to “How to Make Scented Salt Dough Tree Decorations”

  1. This is always a good recipe to have handy. I like the idea of scenting them with spices too.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I agree – great idea to make them smell nice!! It is seriously rainy here so this will be fun 🙂

  3. I love making salt dough Christmas decorations but I’d never thought about adding spice to it, that’s such a fantastic tip thank you.

  4. Oooo love the scented idea, small girl and I make salt dough decs every year (8 years on our tree is 90% salt dough) but we’ll certainly be trying scented ones!! #fortheloveofBLOG

  5. The Pramshed says:

    These look really fun to make and super easy too. When I first read the title I thought that they were something to eat, and I instantly thought of salted caramel. I hope that they look fab on the Christmas tree. Thanks for linking up at #fortheloveofBLOG this week. Claire x

  6. I remember my kids making these at school and wondered how they did it. Thank you for sharing the recipe #KCACOLS

  7. This is such a fun ideas and so creative!

  8. Oh these are lovely. Will book mark for later! #kcakols

  9. I love making salt dough decorations with the kids but never made scented ones yet. #KCACOLS

  10. These look so fantastic! I am definitely always in the mood for anything festive so might have to give these a go with my two.

  11. These look fantastic. Simple but effective and so good for kids. Thanks for the inspiration.

  12. Becky Cowley says:

    These look fantastic and fairly easy to make! I think I might even have a go at them!

  13. Aww these are great. I made similar with my kids a couple of years ago x #KCACOLS

  14. These look fab, I love them! Alice would love to make these, something fun for us to add to the list. x #KCACOLS

  15. Rebecca says:

    These look so cool! Another crafty item on my To-Do list. Thanks for linking up with #KCACOLS and hope to see you again soon x

  16. These look great. I will share this as several friends will be keen to try. #KCACOLS

  17. Amie says:

    They look so cool 🙂 I’m going to make some this year as gifts with the babies hand and foot prints on them 🙂 #KCACOLS

  18. This brings back memories! I used to make these as a kid!

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