Gingerbread Horse Treats Gift in a Jar
In this class you will learn how to make a jar baking mix gift and a keychain for your favorite horse or horse lover.
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In this one time class we will make a jar gift set for our favorite horse(s) or horse lover. This gift is perfect for any horse lover who likes to bake. We will put all the dry ingredients in the jar, write down the recipe for the person receiving the gift and finalize the gift by tying on the cookie cutter and recipe. We will make one gift jar during class, but students will easily be able to make more after class by themselves. I will post the instructions to the classroom after class...
Ribbon or string of choice for tying cookie cutter and recipe to jar Paper for writing the recipe 1 quart size mason jar (with lid- screw on lid is fine) cookie cutter (western themed or holiday cookie cutters are super cute, but any work) flour ground ginger ground cinnamon ground cloves a large mouth funnel is helpful in putting the ingredients in the jar, but not mandatory measuring spoons for measuring out the ingredients into your jar scissors for cutting your ribbon ribbon, chord or elastic for making the keychain keyring 20 light brown, yellow or tan pony beads 4 black pony beads 2 dark brown pony beads 1 white pony bead (optional, if you don't have white, you will need one extra of the light brown, yellow or tan)
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be using scissors during this class
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487 total reviews
648 completed classes
Hello. I teach a lot of classes about animals and I also teach some reading classes. All of my animal classes are taught about animals that I own. I love to educate people about animals, animal abuse and neglect. Almost all of my animals come...