DIY Salt Dough Cornbread Sticks

I love working with salt dough.
It’s such an easy mixture and there are tons of things you can make with it.
(Click here for my salt dough recipe)
Here is my most recent salt dough creation:

SALT DOUGH CORNBREAD STICKS
 

  • Just mix up some salt dough in a bowl
  • (CLICK HERE to view my SALT DOUGH RECIPE)
  • (I added some black craft paint to these sticks AFTER they were made) 
  • lightly spray a cast iron cornbread stick pan with Pam
  • press the salt dough into the cornbread pan
  • bake at 300* for approximately 45 minutes
That’s it!
Let them cool and flip it over and pop them out.
Here’s how they came out:

 The bottoms are smooth because I had pressed them in.

Most of mine came out easy. But there were one or two that I had to help along.

Overall, I love how they came out:

Just a neat idea to make if you like having some fake food sitting around
in those cute dishes you’ve collected.
And the primitive themed homes really look awesome with these cute, little simple touches!

Hope ya’ll liked this idea and happy crafting until next time ya’ll,
~Lisa

Salt Dough Buttons

This is my first try with making salt dough anything. So I thought I’d try to make some old looking buttons. Then I thought, hum, bet these would look cute on my primitive tree as little ornaments, or “ornies” as we call them around here. They really add a primitive touch, that’s for sure.

Salt Dough Button Ornaments | Recipe

This is my first try with making salt dough anything. So I thought I’d try to make some old looking buttons. Then I thought, hum, bet these would look cute on my primitive tree as little ornaments, or “ornies” as we call them around here. They really add a primitive touch, that’s for sure.

Here’s a few more pics of my go at it:

If you need my recipe to make Salt Dough, here’s a link to my Cinnamon Salt Dough Stars.

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