Tuesday, March 16, 2010

It's that time again... time for Easter Salt Dough



I feel like you all probably get tired of hearing me talk about salt dough ornaments. But I get so many e-mails (which I loooooove hearing from you all) about how to make them. So as usual, I haven't got to make any for myself yet - this is a picture from last year. But I'm just reminding you to give you some ideas while you are preparing for the upcoming season.
Now, since I don't have enough smarts to "link-up" to the post from last year with all the instructions - I'll give you the long way around - go to the history section in the side bar and click on March of 2009 and it'll be there. Maybe one of my super smart computer friends out there can tell me how to link to it without re posting it. I am not computer savvy.
Some spring Salt Dough ideas: eggs, nest, birds, chicks, baskets, flowers, carrots, bunnies and the list goes on.
Happy Creating!
Cathy



15 comments:

Country Dreaming said...

Ooooooooooo! How cute are they!

Melinda

Kerin said...

What a cute bunch of salt dough ornaments!
I guess it is time to start thinking of Easter :)
Thanks for posting such cute pictures!
Have a wonderful day.

Kim~HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs said...

Ver cute!

RosyRose said...

I love them!!!:) they are sweet as cotton candy!!! I may try them...but wow how do you paint them so beautifully???

Dolly said...

Awww those are all so cute.
Especially the bunnies {they tug at my heart strings}

hugz, Dolly

come visit

Liz Revit said...

These are so adorable. Thanks for sharing!

Farmchick said...

Cute ornaments. I am so glad spring is here and now Easter right around the corner. LOVE the sign I bought at your place last week. Have it on the wall in my kitchen area.

Look beyond the picket fence said...

Still lovin' the salt dough ornaments! Still haven't made them yet!
denise

Beverly said...

They are so cute. Never tire of seeing your Salt Dough art.

Jenn said...

In your dashboard where you type in your posts there should be the option you usually use to put a link in-typically you highlight the phrase that you want to be a link (for example "salt dough ornaments") Then you click the button to link it-a box should appear where you put the URL (ie what shows in your browser bar) of the article you want to link to. Open a different window, search and find your salt dough article, then copy the URL from the browser bar and paste it into the right spot in the box.

Ok, here is a tutorial I found. Ignore the HTML stuff-scroll down till they show you using the blogger dashboard. Good luck. http://bit.ly/9AD7sf

Cathy Cobblestone said...

Thanks Jen for the "how-to" - I'm gonna have to give it a try! Have a great day and thanks for taking the time to explain.

Carol............. said...

I LOVE your creations...what fun!

Heather said...

I love your salt dough creations I keep meaning to make some for us but time seems to get away from me.....can you please post how to squeeze in another few hours in the day so I cam make some of these cuties??

Snappy Di said...

Oh Cathy! Those bunnies are ooooo sweet!

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

Deb said...

I love your ornaments...