Let me know if it worked for you, Heather! (This first crease will now be perpendicular to your new fold.). These would be cute to do for Valentine’s Day. Read our. How to Generate a Fortune Cookie. #72 | Recipes and Ramblings with the Tumbleweed Contessa. Fold the circle in half again, this time in the opposite direction from the crease you just made. Cut out each circle. Thanks for sharing. Here are a few books that we love to read the kids about Chinese New Year!!

They did such a good job and had so much fun that I decided to make some with my own family. Thanks again! Please leave a comment on the blog or share a photo on Pinterest. If that's the case, you're in luck because we have a database of hundreds and hundreds of them in the Random Fortune Cookie Generator waiting to be discovered. My son would love making these…thanks!

I love this! What an awesome idea! Choose a sign. – 5-6 Pieces Paper, assorted colors and patterns Stick some cute little fortunes inside and watch the fun begin! But I like eating the cookie! Link. Directions Fortune Cookie Fortunes. Required fields are marked*. Thanks, lovely to read more about you today. Fold the circle in half, but DO NOT put a crease in the cookie, it’s more of a bend. Diana panno February 28, 2012, 12:49 pm. There are 1599 fortune cookie paper for sale on Etsy, and they cost $12.50 on average. Maybe I’ll wait until he gets home and let him decorate the paper first. I know she won’t remember a thing, but I did my best to capture as many memories as I possibly could. Pinning for later. Use a clothespin to hold the cookie together until the glue dries. This is cute a cute craft and idea!

This is a fun and easy craft for kids to do. […], […] See how I made them by clicking on this link! Well, these are the cutest paper fortune cookies ever! A perfect idea for your next party favour or as a place setting for a dinner party. Choose one of the cut circles and gently fold it in half. Good luck with the move and the sea change These are so cute! It’s surprisingly simple too! I love an easy DIY and making my house my canvas, my new home has become my greatest project: Yamba Scandi. Like outside of you layout large!

Hit the generate button to have a fortune cookie-generated randomly for you from the fortune cookie database. The variety of ideas is endless! These 3-D snow globe cookies look amazing on any table and will gets kids excited about the upcoming holiday season! seeing what each other gets as their fortune. Our weekly newsletter grants exclusive access to our favorite projects, recipes, free printables, and more! More Learning Resources for Chinese New Year with Kids. Insult Battle - We dare you to insult our AI. How To Make Paper Fortune Cookies. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. It’ll be cute to do in fall colors for Thanksgiving… have family email you what they’re thankful for and make a fun game at dinnertime opening them up and guessing who’s thankful for what. You can also choose to enter in up to 6 lucky numbers.

These easy and adorable paper fortune cookies are fun to make for kids and adults alike. Tiffany was a guest blogger on Somewhat Simple in February of 2010. SIMPLE AND EASY TO MAKE CANNED BISCUIT DONUTS, HOW TO MAKE LIGHT AND BUTTERY LAVENDER SHORTBREAD DROP COOKIES, How to Make the Ultimate Crack White Chicken Chili, How to Make Rich and Hearty Kielbasa Chili, - 5-6 Pieces Paper, assorted colors and patterns. Cut out the circles and fortunes with scissors. Very pretty paper fortune cookies. Circle template (or small lid, 4" circumference), White paper (cut in strips to 2.5" x .25"). © 2020 Somewhat Simple , All Rights Reserved. If you hit enter, you will be able to enter custom text on the 2nd line of the paper as well. These are so neat. I would love to hear about it! Add a fortune slip into one of the side openings before bringing both ends completely together. I’m glad I found your post through the Freedom Fridays link party. These are SO cute! This Paper Fortune Cookie Craft is a really easy craft that the kids can help with too! Great tutorial! Gearing up for a book launch… and waiting, Easy Chocolate Slice – Fabulous Foodie Fridays #40.