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Fortune Cookie Printable: Free Valentines Day Fortunes!

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Paper Fortune cookies are a ton of fun! They are easy, can be adjusted for any holiday or topic and are great to give! Plus, they are pretty much craft novice proof.

I created a super simple Valentines Day Fortune Cookie printable, complete with 14 circles in varying “love” patterns with 6 fortunes and 6 blank fortunes so you can write your own love notes! All you need to do is print on high quality paper with “best printing” and “fit to page”, then follow the instructions below to fold.

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Fortune Cookie Printable

Need

  • printable
  • scissors
  • glue dots or hot glue
  • marker

step1Now if you have ever folded a wonton, its kinda like that…but with paper. There are some tricks to it, so Ill see if I can explain. First things first- print the 3 sheets provided in a PDF here.

Download PRINTABLE FORTUNE COOKIES (FREE!)

 

Printable Fortune Cookies, Free for Valentines Day cooking, www.momdot.com

 

step2Once you have printed everything, cut out all your circles and fortunes. You can also take the time to fill out the blank fortunes as well.  If you prefer to use the pre-made ones, just print the 3rd page of the printable twice.

 

Printable Fortune Cookies, Free for Valentines Day cooking, www.momdot.com

 

step3Now onto the folding.First fold the circle in half loosely and pinch just the middle of the circle.

 

Printable Fortune Cookies, Free for Valentines Day cooking, www.momdot.com

Printable Fortune Cookies, Free for Valentines Day cooking, www.momdot.com

step4Let go and now open the circle up and fold your circle loosely in the opposite direction, adding your fortune. (note the stripe changing direction)

 

Printable Fortune Cookies, Free for Valentines Day cooking, www.momdot.com

 

step5Usually I fold with my right hand by taking my middle finger and thumb on either side of the fur tune, while using my pointer finger to impress in the middle where you created the first crease. Unfortunately I also take pictures with my right hand, so I can only demonstrate how the fold takes place.

In this picture imagine that you use a loose finger to indent in the middle and push it up. Take a glue dot or hot glue to secure.

Printable Fortune Cookies, Free for Valentines Day cooking, www.momdot.com

Printable Fortune Cookies, Free for Valentines Day cooking, www.momdot.com

 

Printable Fortune Cookies, Free for Valentines Day cooking, www.momdot.com

 

Do not be discouraged if you fold a few uneven ones. Part of it really depends on where you put that initial pinch. I got better as it as I went along. Also if your fortune is longer one side, just pull evenly on the other side. It should slip right into place.

Printable Fortune Cookies, Free for Valentines Day cooking, www.momdot.com

 

Did you make this craft and still have questions? Just ask me! Also, if you missed out on this Hugs and Kisses printable, head there now.

Love this? Share it! You can add to your pinterest board, share on facebook and tweet out by the easy buttons on the top and bottom of my post.

 

~Trisha

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Comments

  1. It’s “you’re.” “You’re sweet.” Not “your.” Oh wait. I see. It’s “You R Sweet.” It looks like “your.” Maybe it should say “You Are Sweet.” Sigh. Cute idea though.

  2. these printables are so cute!!

  3. How cute would these be in a bowl during a party?!

  4. I LOVE THESE! You could probably use them all year long, just use different colors. Stick a bunch with happy quotes, encouragement, or you know, just anything like that(even activities that you can choose for family night – the possibilities are really endless), into a jar and keep it around all year long. I’m going to do make some of these for our Friday Night Fun Nights!

  5. These are so cute! I’m gonna head out and get some high quality paper so I can print and give!

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