Continue mixing until it starts to form a dough. If you find it too sticky to roll out, sprinkle some cinnamon onto the counter or onto the rolling pin. Take a small amount and use your hands to flatten the dough so that it’s soft without bumps or cracks. You'll want the dough to be about 1/4 inch in thickness.
Press a cookie cutter into the dough and remove the remaining dough around it. Continue this method for each ornament you want to make. Taking only a small amount at a time to make one ornament.
Add a hole at the top of the ornament with a straw, so that you can tie twine onto the ornament for hanging. Then let air dry for 2-3 days. First, let dry on a baking tray on wax paper then transfer to a cookie drying rack the next day so the bottoms will dry out.
After drying, if the edges of the ornament are a little rough, take your finger or a cloth and rub around the edge to smooth out the outside.
Once fully dry, you can add the fabric ribbon. Take your cookie cutter and trace around it with a fine point sharpie for the size. Then cut out the fabrice shape and glue onto the ornament with mod podge. For the ornaments that are fully covered, use a hand hole punch on the ribbon to make a hole for where the twine will go through.
For the bow, hot glue this onto the gingerbread man ornament.