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These deliciously scented ornaments are perfect for the holidays, whether you use them to hang on your tree, display them on packages, or give them as gifts. They are not costly, take little time, simple enough for the kids to make, and your house will emit a seasonal aroma.


Mixing bowl

Mixing spoon

Rolling pin

Cookie sheet

Cookie Cutters


Plastic bags


3/4 c. ground cinnamon
1 tbsp. ground allspice
2 tbsp. ground cloves
1 tbsp. ground nutmeg
1 c. applesauce
Copper wire (opt.)
1/8" or 1/4" satin ribbon (opt.)


Combine first 4 ingredients, blending well. Stir in applesauce; mix well. (Mixture will be stiff.) Roll out to 1/4" thickness on an ungreased cookie sheet. Using cookie cutters, cut dough into the desired shapes. Peel away the excess dough and re-roll as necessary. Cut wire into 2" lengths as needed. Bend lengths of wire into horse shoe shapes and insert ends into tops, leaving half circles of wire exposed. Let dry, uncovered for 4 to 5 days. To hang, cut ribbon into 10" lengths as needed. Fold ribbon in half, knot ends together and pull tight. Push loop of ribbon under wire and pull knotted ends of ribbon through loop. Use additional ribbon to tie a bow at top of wire, if desired. After ornaments have dried, store in sealed plastic bags until ready to use. Yield: 25 small ornaments or 18 medium size ornaments.

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