I made these felt Valentine's Day cookies for O and my niece. They were quick and easy to make. I hope the girls like them!
Since a couple of people have asked for directions for the cookies, I thought I'd post directions here instead of in the comments section. So here you go...
1) cut 2 hearts out of the tan felt using a cookie cutter as a pattern
2) cut a slightly smaller heart out of red or pink felt
3) sew the colored heart to one of the tan hearts using a running stitch
4) sew sprinkles onto the cookies using embroidery floss
5) sew the 2 tan hearts together using a running stitch. leave a small hole and fill with stuffing before completely sewing the hearts together
So cute! I've been wanting to make some felt food but am terrible at sewing...ReplyDelete
These are adorable!ReplyDelete
I echo Professional Mommy...I've been wanting to try to make some felt food...but I'm afraid to take the leap! Any suggestions?
How funny! My word verification box wants me to type in 'feltus' Maybe it's a sign? ;)
I love those! Good job!ReplyDelete
Super cute! O is so luck to have a felt addict for a mama!ReplyDelete
Those are way cute! Good job!ReplyDelete
Did you find the pattern for these online somewhere? If not can you show us how you did it?ReplyDelete
The girls are going to have so much fun pretending with those! I bet the cookies would go well with O's tea set.ReplyDelete
You did a wonderful job on the cookies!
Those are adorable! I am sure they will be quite a hit!ReplyDelete
Very Cute!!! Look so real! I bet O will love them...more felt!ReplyDelete
Wow, these look delicious. I really have to make some too ... And what a nice thing to give O something for valentines! Would have never even thought about giving my daughter something for valentines. (In Germany it's not so big.) But now I think I will make something for her too ...ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing
Sirena- I didn't use a pattern, but I'll add directions to the post either tonight after O goes to bed or tomorrow after work :)
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Thank you so much for all the great inspirations and ideas! And I think it is really nice that you answer to all the questions and suggestions ...it must take up so much time! Thanks,
These are adorable and perfect for Valentine's Day, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I made these, and I was so happy with how they turned out! You can see them here. My daughter LOVED them!! :-)ReplyDelete
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These are DARLING! I'm a huge fan of felt food, I'll be linking!ReplyDelete
Adorable! I think I'll whip up a few to give to my littles along with their Valentine's Day books.ReplyDelete
hmmmm. i wonder if i can pull off 33 of these for my preschoolers?ReplyDelete
ey're really cute. and easy to do.ReplyDelete
thanks for this idea.
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These are so cute. I hope to make them with my 4 y.o. daughter. I think she'll really enjoy stuffing them. Thanks for the instructions.ReplyDelete
How cute these are going to link them from my blog.ReplyDelete
Have a fun fill day.
Thank you so much for sharing this idea.
I am so excited to make some of these! I hope you don't mind me linking to you from ThisLittleProject. Thanks for the inspiration-so yummy!ReplyDelete
We can't wait to try making these adorable cookies...my sister has been making felt doughnuts and cake. they are super sweet!ReplyDelete
I finally took the time to make some felt cookies for valentines. If you want to check them out you can find them hereReplyDelete
Thanks again for sharing yours. Really inspired me!
These were so fun to make and my little ones love them! Thanks for sharing how you made them! You can see mine (in chocolate :)) here: http://www.littlesisterhandmade.com/2009/02/felt-valentine-cookies/ReplyDelete
I've just finished up a plate of these and wanted to thank you for your great idea. So simple and fast and yet such great results! My daughter is in transports about them.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the fabulous idea! I just made them and my daughter LOVES them!ReplyDelete
Thanks for posting this- I enjoy your blog : )
Thanks for this fantastic tutorial! I'd love for you to link this (and any other felt projects you'd like to share) up at my Felt Food Roundup on OneCreativeMommy.com. I hope to see you there!ReplyDelete