Fortune Cookie Pins

February 12th, 2013 posted by Terri Bose

You can easily make these adorable fortune cookie pins with a special message inside for Valentine’s Day. These make a great gift for teachers, friends and family as well!

What You Need

Pink and Red Craft Foam or Circle Foamies

Jewelry Craft Pin

Low Temp Glue Gun



Package in a Chinese Food Container

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What you do

Cut a 2-3/4″ circle out of craft foam. Fold in half and put a dab of hot glue to hold it together. Put your thumb in one end and your middle finger in the other end. Pinch together, using your index finger to push in the center. Put a dab of hot glue where the foam comes together so the cookie keeps its shape. Make up tags or fortunes and glue one end inside the cookie. Hot glue on a pin.

Terri Bose (22 Posts)

Terri Bose is the owner of, a website dedicated to kid's crafts. Terri has been online since the late 90's and her site not only offers free craft projects, many which are for scouts, but she also sells many of the supplies that you need in everyday crafting!

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