I am very, very, very behind in making this years Christmas cards. Because I have been too busy making batches of these!! Let me backtrack.
Last year I did a post for Thanksgiving where I made some Rustic Thank You Cards and featured some homemade baking soda dough ornaments as part of the card craft. This craft I honestly whipped up last minute and it has since become one of the most shared posts and card crafts I have done to date.
Now of course if I tried to work for hours on some cards and couldn’t wait to get them up on here, they’d get 3 re-pins (this has totally happened).
But isn’t that how it always works in blogging? The craft that you slave over and love to death, no one bites on. Then the one that you’re like “Hey this is kind of interesting, let’s see if this even works” winds up on the cover of a magazine (this has totally not happened yet).
Now ever since I made those cards I’ve had a lot of requests for step by step instructions of my own photos on how to make them. So I finally decided to write a post on how to do them. Only I did a bit of an experiment with them at the same time and decided to see if I could add a scent to them for a little something extra.
What you’ll need:
2 cups Baking Soda
1 cup Corn Starch
1 and a 1/4 cups of water
Several drops of Cinnamon Oil Flavour