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Volume II
January 31, 2004

More on Cinnamon Ornaments

Referring to last month's instructions on
Cinnamon Ornaments
these readers offer these tips:
  • My stepdaughter makes these ornaments too. She adds a little white glue to make them last longer. When the scent begins to fade, she smoothes on a little cinnamon oil and lets them air dry again.
    --Merle and Jane M.

  • You can bake the ornaments at 250 F. (or less) for 20 minutes, then put on a rack to cool, instead of air-drying them. The ornaments won't be completely hard yet but they will continue to harden after cooling. Your house will smell wonderful!

    Do you have something to share with other Cook'n readers? Email your thoughts to us. Tell us about you and your family, and send us a picture. We'd love to hear from you...and who knows...perhaps you will be the star of the next newsletter!

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