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RAZ Chocolate Moose Christmas Trees

RAZ Chocolate Moose Christmas Trees

raz-2013-chocolate-moose-table-top-tree RAZ Chocolate Moose Christmas Tree. This is a tabletop tree and it's covered with gingerbread goodies! The potted tree looks great and there is enough room underneath it for a tabletop display. Items used on this tree: ITEMS USED FOR THIS TREE: 3216112 Ribbon Candy Tree Ornament 3302404 Strawberry Cluster Ornament 3316079 Gingerbread Ornament 3316414 Snowman Cupcake Ornament 3319301 Cupcake House Ornament 3319303 Gingerbread House Ornament 3320014 Gingerbread Ornament F3116187 Mini Gumdrop Spray F3311946 Beaded Ball Spray G3316082 Gingerbread Garland M3300260 5’ Pre-lit Tree in Urn Stand R3304216 Glittered Dot Wired Ribbon On Table: Lighted Gingerbread Cone 3319304 Gingerbread House Ornament 3319303 Gingerbread House 3316096 Ribbon Candy Tree Ornament 3216112 Gingerbread House 3316420 Peppermint Cones 3116231 and 3216259 The items that have links will be products that will be arriving to Trendy Tree this summer. This would be a great tree to add in some of those sweet cookie ornaments made by kids. Here's a Salt Dough Recipe that we've used at our house and some images. Kids love rolling out the cookie dough, cutting shapes with assorted cookie cutters and then adding the final touch of decorating! It’s a messy, but fun project that can be quite time consuming, so its best to create the cookies one day or weekend……then decorate the next. Be sure to have your camera handy for those great keepsake photos.

Ornament Dough

3 cups all-purpose (plain) flour 3/4 cup salt 3/4 teaspoon powdered alum 1 1/4 cups water

mixing cookie dough for ornaments

In large mixing bowl, combine flour, salt and alum. mix well. Add water.Mix well and shape dough into ball.

Knead dough on lightly floured surface for about 5 min or until smooth. If dough is too stiff, sprinkle with water; if too moist, add flour. Work with small portions at a time. Store excess dough in airtight container.

Roll dough on lightly floured surface to about 1/4″ thickness.

rolling dough

Dip edges of cutters into vegetable oil and cut into desired shapes. Use a drinking straw to make a hole about 1/4 from the top edge of the cutouts for hanging.

rolled out cookie dough

Yields about 40 2 1/2″ to 3″ ornaments or 24 3 1/2″ to 4″ ornaments. To connect pieces of dough, moisten with a water dipped paintbrush.

brushing off dough

Spray a 10 pie plate with vegetable cooking spray. Place ornaments in a prepared pan.

Microwave at 30% or medium low for about 5-10 min or until the tops feel dry, rotating plate and checking ornament every 2 min. (Sometimes I place an identical size pie plate on top of the cookies to help keep them flat during baking.)

Remove ornament to cooling rack, set aside for 24 hrs to complete drying. Paint with water colors or acrylic paints. Glitter paints in tubes work well. You can also coat your ornaments with a coat of clear spray paint once you’re done decorating to give more shine.

Takes lots of pictures of your treasures being made))

maggie cutting out cookies

Decorating Cookies

Brush off any excess or loose crumbs. Since the shapes we had on this occasion were only gingerbread men, I took a brown acrylic pain and painted both sides of the cookies. Then using glitter paint in small bottles, the kids decorated the cookies. We did them outside and protected the table with cardboard. We used pieces of red ribbon for ties.

Here's another tree from the RAZ Chocolate Moose Collection.



3222814 Glittered and Beaded Ornament 3253410 Reindeer on Stick 3300704 Glittered Ball Ornament 3306010 Candy Train Ornament 3316108 Moose Ornament 3316417 Peppermint Ball Ornament 3316645 Gumdrop Ornament 3329127 Sitting Moose 3329128 Skating Moose 3338001 Candy Train F3206761 Glittered Spray F3300066 Snowy Berry Branch F3300071 Iced Berry Spray F3306154 Glittered Pine with Ball Spray F3315031 Candy Spray F3316573 Gumdrop Spray G3306237 Snowball Ribbon Garland G3306959 Candy Garland

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