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STAINED GLASS ORNAMENTS
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Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Line the bottom and interior sides of the cookie cutters with
aluminum foil and brush foil lightly with oil  -- this is VERY important or you'll never get the
tin foil off!  Set foil lined cutters on baking sheet.


Arrange any hard candies (Jolly Ranchers or LifeSavers) in a single layer on the foil bottom
of the cookie cutter.  Bake until the candies melt -- about 10 minutes.
Remove from the oven.  Let cool for one minute, then poke a hole in the top with 
a wooden skewer.
Cool, then pop out the stained glass shapes from the cookie cutter and peel off 
the aluminum foil.  Thread a ribbon or string through the hole.  Hang in a sunny window, 
on your Christmas tree, or better yet, just eat the thing.

I was feeling heavy on Jolly Ranchers one day so went ahead and did this so I could
take pictures of the process  At first I was going to do a chili pepper but then decided 
it was  too hard to get the foil into the little stem part so I settled on a heart and a mitten.  

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 I was glad my finger nails are nothing to write home about because it took a little pushing to get the foil lined up around the cutters. I used cooking spray to oil the cutters. Notice that the Jolly Ranchers aren't jammed together and I didn't 
crush them.

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The candy did take 10 minutes to melt.
  It took about 5 minutes of cooling before the hole would stay.  I used the narrow end of a chopstick to make it.

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After about 10 minutes I was easily able to peel away the foil.  I noticed that the candy cooled more quickly when I moved them off the cookie sheet and put them on my counter.

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