On the 10th Day of Christmas
On the 10th day of Christmas, Momentum gave to me… 3 craft ideas! The holiday season is about spending time with family and celebrating our Savior. One great way to bond and spend time with the kids in your life is fun crafts!
Salt Dough Ornament
1 cup of salt, 1 cup of flour, ½ cup of water, once you’re done, bake at 200 degrees for 3 hours at least.
As promised, here is the salt dough ornament recipe! The designs are endless! You can paint it with acrylic paint when you are done or you can add food coloring when you’re mixing it it together!
Decorated Glass Ornament
Glass ornament, crayons, hair dryer
You will take the crayons and place them (preferably broken pieces) in the class ornament. Once you have that inside the ornament you will turn your hair dryer on high and spin the bulb around until the crayons are melted and you have the look you are going for! Bonus! You can add glitter!
Canvas, green/red paint, any other color you want to use to decorate, cute little feet
Take your canvas and a pair of cute feet. You will paint the feet green and place them going down. Then you will decorate accordingly! This is a timeless decoration that will hold its special meaning forever.