Paper Clay Ornaments Part 1

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6 Responses

  1. Turtle says:

    they look so fun, love the pinecone!!! Bummer, wish i lived closer, been a while since i participated in an ornament swap but have almost all handmade on the tree!

  2. I just finally got to read the paper clay ornament article you mentioned last week, great stuff, you chose gorgeous molds! Reminder though, if you used a craft mold release as they instructed for the paperclay ornaments then I shouldn’t think the same molds could be used for food! (Unless the mold release was edible like PAM cooking spray, etc.)

  3. Good point, Shelley. I used vegetable oil instead of a mold release. The article didn’t address this very important issue, which is unfortunate.

  4. Hi,

    I live near House on the Hill and discovered their company several years ago. I’ve used their cookie molds for paper clay ornaments, gingerbread, wax ornaments and much more. They are wonderful, especially for Springerle cookies. But it does take some practice to get the image nice and crisp. But it is worth it! So glad to see that Martha is promoting this really cool company!

  1. December 11, 2008

    […] the tradition of making my ornaments out of fabric or yarn and went with paper clay. These are the ornaments Martha inspired me to make. Here’s a look at how they turned […]

  2. July 3, 2012

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