Paper Fortune Cookies

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pink polka dot and floral paper fortune cookiesThese paper fortune cookies are quick and easy to make and a fun feature of any party or gathering.


Total Time: 1 minute

Paper Fortune Cookies


Paper Fortune Cookies


  1. I used ready cut paper circles intended to cover home made preserve jars. They have a pretty scalloped edge, but a plain edge is fine. You could also cut out circles by drawing around a bowl or saucer. It will take only a minute or so to assemble one paper fortune cookie.
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  3. First take a paper disc and fold it in half with right sides together.
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  5. Crease it at the centre only.
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    Paper Fortune Cookies
  7. Unfold and stick a glue dot at one edge in line with the crease. You can use any glue, but glue dots or double sided sticky tape give instant adhesion.
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  9. Fold your circle in half the other way with wrong sides together and pinch to stick.
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    Paper Fortune Cookies
  11. Choose some witty or encouraging sayings and type them into a word processor and print them, or you could write them out by hand. You will find plenty of sayings using a search engine if you can't think of any yourself.
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  13. Pop a saying inside.
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  15. Place a sticky dot here at one end on the right side.
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    Paper Fortune Cookies
  17. Push against the crease with your thumb and draw the two ends together.
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    Paper Fortune Cookies
  19. Pinch together to stick.
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  21. Paper fortune cookies make a pretty and fun addition to tea parties, dinner parties, wedding breakfasts, or any social gathering.
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    Paper Fortune Cookies

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January 11, 20160 found this helpful

I love this idea! Thanks for posting

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