These homemade cinnamon ornaments are definitely a favorite to make and they turn out so gorgeous. My family had so much fun making these cinnamon ornaments and we can’t wait to tell you how you can make them too. They smell amazing and the ingredients are quite simple.
Check out this video to see how easy it is to make these cinnamon ornaments!
These ornaments are so fun to make and your house smells amazing as they bake. You are going to have so much fun making these, I bet it becomes an annual family tradition.
If you like making Christmas ornaments as much as we do, you will have a blast creating different shapes and hanging them on your Christmas tree.
These are so much fun to make! This recipe is very simple to put together and the dough smells amazing.
Once you see how easy these are to make, you will love making them. It is the perfect way to gain more ornaments without spending a ton of money.
Not only will your Christmas tree look nice and full but it will smell so wonderful!
Let’s learn how to make these Easy DIY cinnamon applesauce ornaments!
Ingredients for cinnamon applesauce ornaments:
- 3/4 cup store bought applesauce
- 1 cup cinnamon + more for dusting
- about an 1/8 – cup tacky glue (I used Elmer’s and I just eye balled it)
- Christmas cookie cutters
- a straw to poke a hole
- ribbon to hang
That is really all you need. These are so easy and fun to make!
How to make cinnamon ornaments:
1. Thoroughly mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl.
If the cinnamon “dough” is too dry, add more applesauce. However, if it is too wet, add more cinnamon.
2. Roll out the dough with a rolling pin to about 1/8 inch thick (I like to cut them more on the thicker side, so they will last for years but you can do 1/4 inch thickness if you prefer). Cut out shapes by using your favorite cookie cutters.
3. Poke holes in the ornaments with a straw and place on a foil lined baking sheet. Bake in a 170 degrees oven for 30 minutes. (Oven temps vary so you may need 200 degrees.)
4. Remove and let air dry for 24 – 48 hours. I flipped mine over after 24 hours and let it to continue to dry.
5. Add decorations (or leave them beautifully plain like we did). Add ribbon and enjoy it on your Christmas tree.
It is so fun and easy to make applesauce and cinnamon ornaments!
The kids can help and the entire family will have a blast. Lots of precious memories will be made.
We have ornaments from years ago and it is so fun looking at them each year when it is time to put up the tree. Each ornament is like a walk down memory lane and so very special.
Try this cinnamon ornament recipe today!
Start making memories today and you will be so glad you did!
Tips to make diy Christmas cinnamon ornaments:
- Sometimes the dough can shift when you place your masterpiece on the baking sheet. I like to cut the hole in the ornament after I have already moved it onto the baking sheet.
- This prevents the hole from becoming skewed if the dough does shift slightly.
- It also helps if you have a really good baking sheet. I actually just had to replace several of mine.
What can you use to decorate cinnamon ornaments?
I think they are gorgeous just like they are and a simple ribbon to hang them. However, you decorate them if you would like.
Try using some of these fun ideas:
- Acrylic Paint
- Paint Brush
- Puffy Paint
- Ribbon for Hanging
- Clear Spray Paint to seal ornaments
- food coloring
- glitter glue
- make gingerbread men
Didn’t these homemade cinnamon spice ornaments turn out so beautifully?
My kids had a blast making these cinnamon Christmas ornaments and they are so proud of them. They were all so shocked that you could make these ornaments with applesauce. Oh and the smell…. they simply just smell amazing and the recipe worked great.
Amazing is the perfect for word them. They have that amazing Christmas smell. 😉
There is just something about the delicious cinnamon and apple smell that makes the entire house smell amazing. Once you smell it, you will say it smells like Christmas too!
How long do cinnamon ornaments last?
They will last for years and years with a few helpful tips. You do not want to roll the dough too thin because they will be more likely to break.
The thinner they are, the more fragile the ornament. Just keep that in mind.
Also, you can coat each ornament with clear spray to seal it. Be sure to seal the front and back of the ornaments.
Everyone will love these cinnamon applesauce ornaments!
This weekend try these ornaments with your family. Make sure you come back and let me know how they turned out.
You will have such special memories with the entire family. There is something so special about spending time together making a fun craft like these ornaments.
The memories made will be cherished for a life time. Another idea is to make some of these Cinnamon Ornaments to hand out as gifts. A few ideas include: grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, friends and more!
The kids made a few for the neighbors too. It is an inexpensive way to spread a lot of holiday cheer. 🙂
Make a list and start making Cinnamon ornaments today.
Let us know what fun ideas you have for your ornaments and how they turn out. We love making homemade gifts and everyone seems to love them. These gifts are fun and practical plus budget friendly.
Whether you decide to make these fun cinnamon ornaments or some of our other DIY ideas like this Homemade Peppermint Sugar Scrub during Christmas, they are sure to be a hit.
You could even make a gift basket and combine several of these items. Try making a few new things this year and you will be surprised just how easy it is. Plus, you will have new gift ideas too!
People will love these gifts and get lots of use out of them. Plus, they are so fun to make!
Just make some of these frugal and homemade gifts sure to make everyone feel loved and cared for.
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Ohhh… don’t forget to check out all our other Homemade Christmas ornaments here.
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