Valentine’s Day is such a fun holiday full of love and candy – two of my favorite things! I LOVE crafting with the kiddos, so this year for Valentine’s Day we have created these quick and easy DIY Felt Fortune Cookies for their friends and classmates – full of funny fortunes and chocolate kisses! I have included a FREE Printable of Fortune Cookie Valentine Sayings, or you can write out your own. What’s not to love?!?!
Valentine's Day Fortune Cookies made in Four Easy Steps
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Here's what you need to make Fortune Cookies from Felt:
- Kunin™ Classic Felt 9” x 12” craft cuts in Candy Pink (2), Baby Pink (2), Fuchsia (2)
- Kunin™ Glitter Felt 9” x 12” craft cuts in Red (2)
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
- MONOTWIN Permanent Marker from Tombow
- Circle Template – 4″ Wide
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Craft Wire – 20 Gauge
- Wire Cutters
- Ribbon – in colors to coordinate with your felt
- Wrapped Candy, small
- Take Out Box
- Paper – to make or print fortunes
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens – to write out your fortunes
- FORTUNE COOKIE VALENTINE SAYINGS – download below ⇓
Here's how to make DIY Fortune Cookies for Valentine's Day:
To begin the DIY Felt Fortune Cookies, gather all supplies. Trace four-inch diameter circles from Red, Light Pink, Candy Pink, Bright Lilac, Shocking Pink, and Fuchsia Kunin Classic Felt, with MONOTWIN Permanent Marker. I love to use my Fiskar's Circle Shape Template to make this a quick and easy task. Cut circles out with scissors, making sure to cut inside the traced lines for a clean, finished project. I love these fun shades of Purple, Pink, and Red.
Measure and cut pieces of craft wire slightly shorter than the four-inch diameter of the felt circles, using wire cutters. Cut lengths of matching satin ribbons approximately four inches long. Using a glue gun, affix the wires to the middle of the felt circles. Attach ribbons on top, covering up the wires. TIP: If crafting with younger kids, I recommend using color-coordinated chenille stems instead of wire and ribbon.
Measure and cut strips of white paper 1/2″ wide using a paper trimmer. With fun, bright colors of Tombow Dual Brush Pens, hand-letter punny fortune cookie sayings on the strips of paper. I use the bullet tip of the Dual Brush Pens to make this a quick task. If you prefer, I collected 20 of my favorite Valentine's Day Fortune Cookie Sayings in a FREE Printable file available for download below ⇓
Place a paper fortune in the center of each Felt Fortune Cookie along the ribbon line. Fold the felt circle in half, using the wire as a guide, so the ribbon is inside the cookie. Next, angle the sides toward each other, bending the wire at its halfway point and forming a fortune-cookie shape, as shown. The wire allows you to open and close these DIY Felt Fortune Cookies over and over again.
DIY Felt Fortune Cookies with FREE Printable Sayings
Change up the colors of Felt and create Fortune Cookies for any special occasion or holiday. I'm thinking shades of white and cream for a Wedding Reception or maybe red, white, and blue for the Fourth of July. The possibilities are endless!
I hope you have enjoyed my DIY Felt Fortune Cookies for Valentine's Day and you will use this project as a jumping-off point to showcase YOUR creativity. Felt is an easy, versatile, and forgiving medium that allows you to create affordable but trendy projects whether you are a beginner or an expert crafter!
I have a bunch of fun Valentine's Day projects on my blog. Free Printable Love is in the Air Coloring Page is perfect for holiday home decor. Check out this cute as can be Bee Mine Wooden Plaque with Cricut EasyPress it is quick and easy, going together in about 15 minutes. Cute as can be Kawaii Inspired Valentine's Day Cards are FREE to download, print, and color.
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Too busy to make my Valentine’s Day Gnome Stuffies right now? Pin it for later! I’d love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
Thanks for stopping by! -Beth