Sugar Ornaments

By Libbie Summers
Assisted by David Dempsey
Production Assistant: Anthony Lunsmann
Photography by Teresa Earnest Photography

Sugar, like snow, is beautiful. I’ve made a sugar angel out of my weight in sugar, baked up more sugar cookies than I could ever remember and this holiday, I made sugar ornaments!

Simple really, but stunning on the tree or in my case just in a clear mixing bowl for a holiday decoration in the kitchen. Do this one with the littles! It will be messy and fun and fun and messy!

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Sugar Ornaments

What You Need: 
Clear glass ball ornaments
Small piece of paper for a funnel
Small spoon
Dark brown sugar
Light brown sugar
White sugar
Strips of colored leather or yarn to hang on the tree (I used strips of pink metallic leather)

What to do: 
Fashion a funnel out of the paper and use the spoon to layer in the sugars. It’s like sand art you used to make as a kid! Just have fun. No two sugar ornaments are the same! Tie the leather or yarn on the top and hang on the tree or just pile in a glass bowl!
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