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Wow, I will have to try these out! As long as I keep my kids from trying to eat them!

FANTASTIC!!! Your cinnamon ornaments are beautiful. And the shine on the gingerbread man is great!The embellishments are perfect, too. I really need to make these with the grandsons some day! I DO love the smell of cinnamon and cloves...YUM! :D

So cute! It's been years since I made these--you brought back some memories! *hug*

Anna, these ornaments are wonderful and doesn't the smell of apples and cinnamon just make everything more cozy!? They are my favorite scents to burn in the potpourri pots. Do tell more about how you made the ginger bread man, did you use glossy accents glue? did you put another layer of glue over the top? He just looks so perfect, like a manufactured piece. Thank You, ~Happy Holidays~

Ohhh
Anna you are certainaly all about the holiday goodies! These are fabulous. I made the ornaments as a child, only with out the glue. I love the gingerbread pin, so cute. We must rename yo MAster Elf or something :) Hugs...

How on earth do you think of these things?! I love this idea - I'll give it a whirl!
Hugs!!

MMMMMMMM ... I can smell them from here!!!

I can imagine that those smell just as good as they look! I was thinking of you when I visited the grounds of a castle in the midlands here and their gift shop was full of primitive-style ornaments. I even bought a couple ;-). I need to take a couple of photos for the SCS photo challenge next week.

These are so cute. What kind of glue do you use on the gingerbread man?

Well, I should have said 'emboss the chipboard ornaments'.

These are darling, Anna. You can also mix cinnamon with clear or brown embossing powder and emboss the ornaments.

Super cute!

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