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Today I mixed up a batch of cinnamon dough to make a Give Thanks garland. To make the cinnamon dough, mix 1 bottle (4.25 ounces) of cinnamon with about 3/4 to 1 cup applesauce. I rolled the dough out about 1/4 inch thick between sheets of plastic wrap. The plastic wrap really makes it easy! I used 3 1/2 ” alphabet cookie cutters to cut out the letters and a straw to poke holes in the tops of each letter. Now I was in a hurry so I placed the cut-outs in a very low oven (150 degrees) for about 1 hour on each side. I then strung the letters on a thin ribbon.
They really weren’t completely dry—–so I had a couple break when I hung the garland. I simply hot glued them back onto the ribbon. If I was going to do this again I might just forgo the holes and hot glue the letters to the ribbon. Either way I am sure it would work better if the letters were completely dry. This garland does make my kitchen smell delicious!