3/4 cup applesauce
1 bottle (4.12 oz) cinnamon

  • Preheat oven to 200 degrees
  • Mix applesauce & cinnamon in large bowl, use hands to combine well
  • Using half the dough, roll out to 1/3 inch thick, use cookie cutters for desired shapes and a straw to punch a hole in top for hanging on tree
  • Carefully place on baking sheet and bake for 2 1/2 hours and then cool 
  •  on wire rack. Alternatively, you may place the ornaments on a wire rack                                                                                                and let them dry for 2-3 days.
  • Tie ribbon on ornaments after they are dry and tuck on gifts!
Where do you live? Is it a SIDEWALK or FOOTPATH? No matter what it is you can still draw or paint on it!

3 Tablespoons of Cornflour or Corn Starch
3 Tablespoons of Water
A few drops of Food Colouring 

Mix together
Grab some brushes and head outside xo
Ps Wear old clothes or an art shirt xo

amazing creations
yellow, pink and blue

oodles of fun
unleashes their imaginaton
gets kids in the kitchen


Everyone loves play dough and now you can make it, jar it, wrap it and give it - or just play with it...

Add some essential oils for a little calm therapeutic play or some glitter to make Glam-dough... The silly season can be cold, hot or simply CRAZY and everyone needs a little down time xoxo

Let's Make Play Dough

4 tbsp cream of tartar- A MUST HAVE FOR ANY KID's PANTRY
3 tbsp of cooking oil (I use olive oil for extra softness)
1 cup of salt
1/2 tsp of food colouring
2 cups of boiling water
2-3 cups of flour
Add a little extra special - glitter, essential oils or little beads

Combine all the ingredients (and 2 cups of the flour)into a bowl -I use my kitchen aid with dough mixer attachment.
Mix on a medium speed.

Add the spare cup of flour in 4 parts, until the dough isn't sticky ( Go slow and be careful as you don't want dry play dough - you may only need 1/2 cup but generally 3/4 of cup)

Place on a board and [if using] knead in the 'little extra special' xoxo