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Felt Cookie Assortment


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C is for Cookie! Are you looking for a fun and easy craft to work on? This PDF booklet will guide you step by step so you can make a cute set of food for your toddler or for a gift. DIY pretend play food made from felt is a great choice for eco-conscious families. No worries about lead paint... and they won't ding up your walls and coffee table like the wooden food sets do! This item is a full-color 12 page PDF booklet of step-by-step instructions and full-scale templates to make a yummy looking set of eight different cookies perfect for your little one to play tea party with! The set includes: Chocolate Sandwich Cookies Fudge Striped Cookies Sugar Wafers Rainbow Cookies Frosted Sugar Cookies Gingersnaps Vanilla Wafers Bonus for Valentine's Day: Heart Shaped Sugar Cookies! This is not a listing for the finished items. No raw materials are included, but I do tell you what materials you will need, including the specific colors of felt that were used so you can easily recreate the set as pictured. Skill level easy/beginner. All hand sewing - no machine required. Recommended for children 3 years old and up. Note these patterns are copyright protected and are not to be resold, copied or redistributed. These patterns are for personal use only. You may not sell items made from these patterns. All you need is a computer with a PDF viewer and a means to print on 8 1/2 x 11 (letter) size paper. You may download the Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF viewer) for free at SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS approx. 3/4 life size

Supplies Needed

  • wool blend felt, stiffened felt, embroidery floss, poly fill
  • tacky glue, embroidery needle, brown puffy paint

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sweet emma jean
sweet emma jean
felt addict; maker of fine babies (and the things they wear and play with)