9 Old-fashioned Salt Dough Ornament Ideas

Classic Salt Dough Ornaments

Salt dough is great for fun and easy to make ornaments using cookie cutters, and a little bedazzling with glitter and paint. Checkout the tutorial for these classic salt dough ornaments at Wholefully.

Gingerbreat Salt Dough Ornaments

A great classic is the gingerbread ornament. Looks so good you just might want to take a bite! See the tutorial at Sprinkle Bakes.

No-Bake Salt Dough Ornaments

These ornaments have an unmistacable old-fashion vintage look with a little modern flare to them. Just air dry these ornaments, then use holiday stamps or paint pens. Of course, feel free to imporvize with other paints or glitter. Full tutorial at Tag & Tibby.

Salt Dough Star Ornaments

Classy stars with a fun jingle to them that both the adults and kids can appreciate. See the tutorial at The Best Ideas For Kids.

Rainbow Marbled Salt Dough Ornaments

Want a little more splash of color? You'll love these cute Rainbow Marbled ornaments. Tutorial available at Twodaloo. http://www.two-daloo.com/rainbow-marbled-salt-dough-ornaments/  

Stamped Salt Dough Ornaments

Want your salt dough ornament to look professionally made, check out these classy looking stamped salt dough ornaments. Tutorial available at Oleander and Palm.

Paw Print Salt Dough Ornaments

For those dog lovers out there, these adorable pink print salt dough ornaments are for you and your furry friend. Of course, you can color it whatever color you prefer, apply paw, and you have a personalized paw print ornament. One Little Project.

Candy Cane Salt Dough Ornaments

Easy to make with a little food coloring magic, classic candy cane design is gauranteed to be a hit with the kids. See the tutorial at Fun at Home With Kids.

Cinnamon-Scented Ornaments

Saving the best for last, these cinnamon-scented salt dough ornaments are making it smell a lot like Christmas. Just get your favorite Christmas shape cookie cutters, some paint, glitter, and of course cinnamon fragrance oil, and you’re in business. See the full tutorial at She Knows.