X-mas Tree Ornaments

Bought white polymer clay with sparkles and pressed it flat.
Cut out stars and hearts with cookie cutters. 
Pressed them on a cookie decorating mat.
Punched a little hole in them.
Put them in the oven for half an hour. 
That was all it took.


Comments

  1. So easy, charming and beautiful! I just love projects like this that are quick to whip up yet deliver such spectacular results.

    ♥ Jessica

    *PS* Huge thanks for your wonderfully nice comment on my post today about being crowed a Queen of Vintage.

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    1. Thanks, Jessica! Projects that don't take much time but still look nice are the best, haha!

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  2. Really pretty!!! Pinning. I have a white and pink tree this year! Merry Christmas

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  3. These are beautiful! Merry Christmas to you.

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  4. I love these ornaments. I'll have to see if I have some time to make some. :)

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    1. Thanks, Debi! Took me just half an hour to make them!

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  5. They turned out great. I bought some clay a long time ago to try and make some ornaments or tags. Wonder where it is? Wonder if it is still good. :) Best wishes, Tammy

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    1. Thanks, Tammy! Hope you found the clay and still could make something nice from it.

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  6. These tree ornaments are adorable! Never tried using polymer clay before but this makes me want to try it out!

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  7. Heel, heel erg leuk, en slim met die cookie cutters! Ik heb maar liefst twee van je posts gefeatured!!
    Barbara

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    1. Dank je, Barbara! Ben een beetje laat met mijn reacties op alle commentaren van de afgelopen twee maanden, maar ik wens je alle goeds voor het nieuwe jaar!

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