Wooden Gingerbread Ornaments


  • wooden shapes
  • decorative snow
  • real candy sprinkles
  • ice cream stick to apply snow
  • drill and small drill bit to make hole for hanger (if you can't find any wooden shapes with holes already in it)
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  • brown paint (if you want to paint the shapes to look like gingerbread)


  1. Drill hole first if you need to do that.
  2. Paint shapes if you want, let dry.
  3. Take ice cream stick and apply snow to look like cookie frosting.
  4. Apply sprinkles if you like, be sure to do that before snow dries. It usually takes 12 to 24 hours for snow to dry, I let mine sit overnight.

By Sandy from Bluff City, TN


December 13, 20070 found this helpful

And for those who are Christian, they could add a Cross shape, painted RED, and have a CREATION

Christmas= the real meaning of Christmas. God bless you. : )

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