Monday, March 2, 2009

Kind Over Matter Fortune Cookies

Kind Over Matter Printables
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Kind Over Matter Printable Fortune Cookies PDF
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What You Need:
- PDF file
- Color printer
- Cardstock
- Scissors
- A glue stick or strong double-sided tape
- Paperclips or mini-clothespins
Kind Over Matter Printable Fortune Cookies

1. Print your fortune cookies & fortunes, cut them out like shown
2. Fold your cookie in half, but do not make a crease
2a. (not shown) Place fortune in the bend
3. Begin folding like so
4. Finishing folding
5. Apply glue liberally or use a strong double-sided tape
6. If you use glue make sure you leave a few hours for the cookies to dry. they will have to be held together by mini-clothespins (like shown), or a paperclip would work just as well
Let your cookies dry!
If you want to use your own patterned paper, instead of printing out the PDF, a 3-4 inch circle works best. you can most definitely type, print or write out your own fortunes too!
I had posted some Printable Valentine Fortune Cookies on my personal blog, those are still available if you'd prefer those.
Make these, leave them behind for someone to find & smile, take photos, send them to us!
Happy Spring!


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20 comments:

Kimberley said...

Thank you for sharing this...what a fantastic idea! I can't wait to print these out. By the way, I think your site is brilliant. Making a daily commitment to kindness is one of those simple yet essential concepts that can be so easily lost in the stress of daily minutiae. I love that your site gently reminds me. Thanks again, and keep 'em comin'!

Cynthia said...

Cool, smart idea!

Christopher said...

These are so cool - thank you!

craftwithme said...

Thank you so much for sharing these! I was able to use them to help deliver a message to a few young women!

Angela said...

Beautiful! I picked this as an editor's pick on kirtsy. :)

amanda said...

Angela, awesome! Thank you sooooo much!

Melissa [IS•LY] said...

I love this idea, it's genius! It would be so great to use as party invitations or something. I'm definitely adding this to delicious.

Anonymous said...

This is awesome, I am officially addicted...

by JOS I Simple Blueprint said...

I love this idea! Now I want to plan a dinner party with lots of fortune cookies! thank you!

joanna
http://simpleblueprint.typepad.com/

marcia said...

I want to thank u 4 sharing with us this great idea.

Rose said...

cuteness!

Anonymous said...

I just found your website and missed being able to get the Valentine fortune cookies that you mentioned. Will they be re-posted for this Valentine's Day?

Rebecca Kelsey said...

LOVE this!

Kindness is the best accessory,
Rebecca

Caramelcherry said...

Thanks so much for this idea! You are so innovative!

Anonymous said...

This is such a great idea. I'd rather need it that someone else would do this atm, but doing it myself could help too. And after folding all these I can still take one for myself, because I won't know which quote it is

Emmablake said...

wow awesome !!! I did it in less than a minute! it's super fun and easy te pictures help alot tanks so much!!!

Ja208 said...

What a great idea!! I'm going to do one for each of my wedding guests. I think it will be a nice little extra touch to put on the tables :)

Bluemontie said...

Very cool

Gmalovebug said...

Going to use this for my 30th anniversary and use "I'm fortunate..." 30 times.  Put them all in a chinese food takeout box.  Thanks for the template

Ginger Anderson said...

Tried to go to your link "Printable Valentine Fortune Cookies" and was denied permission. Not a public link, or at least not anymore... :(

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