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    Default Salt dough Hand ornaments

    I'm not sure if anyone has already posted this on here but I just had to share.
    I made these with my two kids on the weekend and they turned out great!!!!

    They are going to make a fantastic gift for nanna and poppy this year!!!

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    I love this idea - will have to try some this weekend.

    What did you use to seal it?

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    I haven't sealed them as of yet, I sent my hubby out yesterday in search of some acrylic sealer but he couldn't find anything appropriate. I'm going to have a look myself over the next couple of days, we re in the middle of a heat wave so not keen to leave the house. I'll post when I find something.

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    I've got one baking but not sure how to seal it!

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    Default Salt dough Hand ornaments

    You can buy acrylic sealant sprays online but I'm not entirely sure where to buy offline. I'm guessing the best bet would be places like spotlight. Anywhere that sells arts and crafts stuff should sell a good sealant spray

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    That looks so cute! I think i will give it a try, my dd loves doing crafts.

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    I made some with DS on Monday. We haven't painted yet because I have to air dry them (we don't have an oven).

    Did you use acrylic paint? I

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    Default Re: Salt dough Hand ornaments

    I dried mine in the oven for hours but the bottoms are still not dry. Ideas?

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    I dried mine in the oven for hours but the bottoms are still not dry. Ideas?

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    Don't put them back in the oven because they will crack (I've heard from people who have done this) if you leave them out they will dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    No cracking from mine or the other friends I have that did them last week. We just turned them over and baked a little longer
    Sorry, I meant if they have been out for awhile. If the oven just finished and then you turned it over there would be no difference to cooking for a longer time.

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