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Category: Cookie Crafts

How to Make a Chocolate Chip Cookie Costume for Halloween

Published October 26, 2015        by Nicole

cookie cushion21 150x150 How to Make a Chocolate Chip Cookie Costume for HalloweenAre you one of those parents who can instantly whip up a creative, professional-looking costume every Halloween without fail? Are you full of good ideas and crafty know-how? Or are you like the rest of us, who may be short on time, sewing skills, or the capacity to make this year’s must-have costume? Don’t worry; you can make an adorable chocolate chip cookie costume for your child that will make you want to just eat him up.  We absolutely adore this costume from Make-Baby-Stuff.com so go there for all the detailed instructions. For this costume, you need minimal sewing skills and a few craft supplies. Gather: Light brown or tan felt Dark brown felt Fabric glue or Elmer’s all-purpose glue Some cotton batting or pillow stuffing Cut out four large circles from the Read more

Make an Oreo Cookie Halloween Costume

Published October 05, 2015        by Nicole

costume oreo1 150x150 Make an Oreo Cookie Halloween CostumeOreo cookies are a classic American treat; these chocolate sandwich cookies are a favorite of kids and adults alike. If you are looking for a creative Halloween costume idea for your child, what could be better than combining our favorite snack and our favorite holiday? It is easy to make an Oreo halloween cookie costume for your child, and you don’t need a lot of time, money, or artsy crafty skills. By following these directions, you’ll have a costume that will look so cute you’ll want to eat it right up.  You can get even more ideas like the one shown in the photo at Coolest-Homemade-Costumes.com It will take you about two hours to make an Oreo cookie costume, and it requires no sewing at all. You can size it just as easily for a toddler as you can for a teenager, and you need only Read more

Cookies - The Perfect Gift For Any Occasion

Published May 06, 2013        by Sarah

CB2 BKT SPR FLOWER CUTOT1 150x150 Cookies   The Perfect Gift For Any OccasionWhat do you get for the one who has everything?  How do you congratulate someone on a promotion or new baby?  What’s the best way to express condolences or other feelings that are hard to speak with words?  How do you say “Thanks for being a friend,” or “I’m sorry,” or anything else?  The answer: cookies. They are the perfect gift for any occasion, even giving thinking of you cookies when there is no special occasion is a great idea. Why are cookies so great?  They are versatile: you can bake hundreds of varieties or make up your own. You can decorate them or leave them plain. You can drop them or cut them.  You can make bouquets or put them on a plate and try to resist them until they cool down.  There are cookies for low-fat diets, organic diets, vegan diets, and chocolate-is-good-occasionally Read more

How to Make a Banjo from a Cookie Tin

Published November 11, 2011        by Nicole

tin hole1 150x150 How to Make a Banjo from a Cookie Tin Now granted, you may not be able to hit the Grand Ole Opry with your instrument, but it will be fun for grown-ups and kids alike. You’ll need to gather some materials. First, you’ll need a cookie tin of a medium or large size. The teeniest of cookie tins are good as toys, but if you want to try to play it, use a bigger one. Most metal cookie tins that you’ve saved from butter cookies are perfect. You can also find these tins by the truckload at the Goodwill or Salvation Army. Next, you’ll need some sort of wood for the neck. If you’ve got a workshop full of scrap wood, great. If not, ask around and see if anyone you know has a piece of wood that can be used to make the neck of a banjo. It should be about 25-30 inches long, depending on your tin size. Now, if you are a handy Read more