Making Christmas Ornaments!

Making Christmas Ornaments! After opening our Advent calendars, we make salt dough ornaments (recipe: 2 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, 1 cup of water. Bake at 250 levels for two hours). This is an excellent straightforward & cheap recipe and it will additionally make a very candy reward! I extremely suggest it, for any age! All of our videos are closed captioned and all the time household pleasant.

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34 thoughts on “Making Christmas Ornaments!

  1. Kathryn Ward says:

    I know I am super late to these vlogs but I just discovered your channel. I watch how you interact with each of your children and I find your entire family so inspiring. I hope one day I can be as good of a mother as Jessica is and my husband is as good of a father as Christopher. You all are amazing. Thank you for being so inspiring and loving and providing a positive place for us to feel apart of your amazing family. Merry Christmas Ballingers!

  2. Antoinette Niesthoven says:

    Jacob is right. The advent Bailey had is a shoe. In Holland we use it as a stocking. Half November untill 5 december its Sinterklaas. It's a joyfull party for kids. He arrives with a boat from Spain. Kids put their "shoe" at the fireplace and Sinterklaas (their parents) buy a present in it at night. Please look it up.

  3. Kat pinksherry says:

    I made saltdough with my dogs a few years ago- I made little hearts then pushed their paws in to make prints (obviously washed their paws well afterwards), then carved their initial into it and baked it. Once dry I used glitter to cover the imprinted paw and initial and also went around the edge with it. Covered with a layer of mod Podge and they’re still perfect 3 years on! They hand on our wall all year round. They’re lovely.

  4. One Blended Bunch says:

    LOVE THIS! I have been enjoying doing arts/crafts, and Christmas treats with the kiddos! Tonight, we will be doing the home made Christmas ornaments using this recipe! I will try to get it posted tomorrow, assuming my paint set is ready at Target when I get there 🙂 Thanks for another great video 🙂

  5. Jasmin Naas says:

    Jacob was right it is a shoe. Here in Germany we put a boot outside the front door on the eve of the fifth. The sixth of December is Nikolaus Tag which in English just means Saint Nicolas day. In the night from the fifth to the sixth the Nikolaus puts candy and fruits and nuts and other stuff into the shoes that the children put outside.

  6. Szandra Szőke says:

    In Hungary on December 5th evening children put their cleaned boots in the window, and Santa brings them a bag of goodies at night (mostly chocolate and other candies), so it's in their boots when they wake up on December 6. It is a tradition in the surrounding countries as well. Probably that's why there was a boot behind the 6th door. 🙂

  7. Barbara Belghuit says:

    In France we put one shoe (or one slipper) under the tree to tell Santa who's in the house (and also to know where to put the presents for that person : the younger children also know that their presents are near their shoe). We don't put presents inside though.

  8. Juliana Chaparro says:

    Im convinced if more people having children were as inloved and passionate as you guys are about being parents, the world would be a better place. I enjoy watching you two enjoy parenthood as much as you do. You're are such wise, loving and kind parents, it's no wonder why your kids are so lovely

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