Christmas, Relish Style, Special Occasions, Winter
By Kate Wilke on December 17, 2014
This Christmas, turn your favorite scents, spices and seasonal flavors into holiday ornaments. Recruit little hands and make the kitchen craft-project into a family affair. By the end, the tree will smell lovely and you’ll have a new yearly tradition to mark on the holiday calendar.
Homemade Cinnamon Ornaments
Made with just three ingredients, these
Cinnamon Ornaments from Completely Delicious will fill your house with the scent of the season. Use Christmas cookie cutters to create your favorite holiday shapes.
Cinnamon Applesauce Ornaments
Lovely Little Kitchen
Lovely Little Kitchen uses a similar method as the ornament above, but offers original ideas on how to easily decorate these Cinnamon Applesauce Ornaments.
Salt Shaker Ornaments
Mason Jar Crafts Love
Turn mini salt shakers into ornaments filled with festive dyed Christmas trees. These
Salt Shaker Ornaments from Mason Jar Crafts Love look like mini canning jars and will make your tree truly kitchen-chic.
Salt Dough Ornaments
With minimal ingredients
Freutcake shows how to create Salt Dough Ornaments that look like beautifully decorated sugar cookies.
Dried Orange Slice Ornaments
Cook Quilt Make and Bake
Dress your Christmas tree with
Cook Quilt Make and Bake‘s Dried Orange Slice Ornaments. The dried citrus fruit adds a pop of bright color and will omit a warm natural scent in the room.
Peppermint Candy Christmas Ornaments
Peppermint Candy Christmas Ornaments from Hello Homebody for a wintry tree that displays the festive colors of the holiday.
The Burlap Bag
Keep those Christmas cookie sprinkles out!
The Burlap Bag‘s Sprinkle Ornaments are a creative and colorful way to add some sweetness to a tree.
Rainbow Marbled Salt Dough Ornaments
Twodaloo’s colorful Rainbow Marbled Salt Dough Ornaments are sure to spread holiday cheer. This DIY ornament is a perfect craft for the little ones.
Rosemary Filled Ornaments
The Cheese Thief
Keep your Christmas tree earthy with these
Rosemary Filled Ornaments from The Cheese Thief. The sprigs of rosemary will look like delicate bundles of pine.
Mason Jar Chalkboard Lid Ornaments
Recycle extra mason jar lids then use chalkboard paint to personalize these
Mason Jar Chalkboard Lid Ornaments from City Farmhouse.
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