Monday, September 15, 2008

Salt dough bowl fillers


This batch came out SO awesome! I am so very proud of how they turned out.
They baked in my oven for close to 8 hours, then I let them sit overnight to cool. They are actually quite thick. They have been triple dipped in Home For The Holidays scented wax and grubbied up with spices. They are extremely prim and smell SO YUMMY!! I actually thought about keeping them for myself, ha! I will be adding them to my etsy shop later this week if anyone at all is interested....anyone? anyone? anyone? You will get 1 or 2 dozen in cello bags tied with homespun and a grubby tag.

PS - Merrie, I grab mine from the wax with a pair of tongs and hold them up until they dry before I lay them on wax paper - no feet:)










11 comments:

belladella said...

Love these. They turned out great.

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Hi Jenn,
Did I tell you I love your header on the blog? So prim!
Love those salt dough prims too they look great how they are displayed:)
We are located about 30 miles east of Pittsburgh.
Rondell

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

Jenn, they look amazing and I bet they smell great! I will keep checking your etsy for prices, unless you want to send me a PM on the board. :)
Have a great day!

nikkicrumpet said...

Those are really cool. I don't have a lot of prim stuff in my home...just a few things scattered here and there. I live in a Colonial in New England so I like to have some touches of that heritage. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love having new visitors so I can follow them home...but not in a creepy stalker sort of way lol. Have a great day!

LINDA said...

I think these are great. How do you make them colors?

basketsnprims said...

Jenn, those turned out fantastic! I love them & I bet your kitchen smells out of this world.

Pam

Tammy said...

Jenn those look great. Very primitive. I know they smell yummy too.

Cathy said...

Im definantly watching your etsy for these!!!! They look awesome!

Jacquelynne said...

Very prim, really great idea...

Merrie. said...

Hey girl; thanks for the tip!!! Those look great ; I made some out of that dough on Sandy's blog and just dipped them; I have never made any salt dough, but those look great!! I hope you are feeling good? The weather has been so sucky! I hate grey days and rain; I know we should be grateful that we didn't get hit like Texas; and I am sure grateful; hope Texas recovers soon! I love Texas! But grey days just kill me! :) I am going stir crazy; how 'bout you?

Shari Kraft said...

Jenn! These look so great! LOVE them. I'll have to make some myself!