Making these ornaments is a yearly tradition in our house. We always end up making a few batches- some stay to decorate the house, the rest are attached to presents. They smell great and are simple to make. I don't have any pictures of the process but Eva made this batch with her buddy Luke (his mom Kristi is a frequent commenter on the blog and a long time friend of mine- HI KRISTI!!!). They had a blast rolling out the dough (and tasting it) and cutting out Christmas and Hanukkah shapes with cookie cutters. The dough is just a cup of cinnamon and a cup of applesauce. I add the applesauce gradually until the mixture forms a dough-like consistency. I have yet to use the whole cup of applesauce. After the little ones finished cutting out their shapes, I poked a hole in each one using a chopstick and then placed them on a cookie sheet and set them in a 200º oven for about an hour, flipping them once. You can also skip the oven and just leave them out for a few days to dry out on their own. Once they are completely dry, slide some ribbon through the hole and hang them wherever you'd like. Eva put a bunch on her tree and I have one hanging from each of out kitchen cabinet knobs. They make the whole house smell like the holidays!