There were variations of a version where fortune cookie originates from. Some said the Chinese, some said the American while it is invented in Japan. Shock! Hence, apparently it wasn’t well spread in Japan locally, therefore, it has been a pop culture in both America and Asia.
While you find it troublesome to make fortune cookies at home, grab some papers and you could easily bring some love and fortune around! It definitely a very easy craft to do it yourself or even the younger audience.
Whether you’re a long-time lover, a secret admirer or celebrating the day with your friends, Valentine’s Day (aka Frientine’s Day!) is for sweet nothings and love (friendship) notes. If you’ve got a case of besottedness, it’s time to embrace the mushy, and show your sweetheart/best friends how you feel!
These little paper fortune cookies are the perfect bearers of your soppiest messages – and they’re a cinch to make. It could be also an interesting party popper for you to have in any parties. Well, instead of cracking them, pull it and find what is the wisdom message beneath it.
- Paper (roughly 4 inches for ours)
- Compass (or circle cutter)
- Super Glue
- Scissors (optional when you have a circle cutter)
- Printed/handwritten fortune phase
Use a compass to draw a perfect circle; cut out with scissors. Photocopy or hand write a fortune on a slip of paper and place fortune onto the circle paper. Fold paper in half loosely to form a semi-circle. With overlapping edge facing up, bend tube ends down until they meet. Affix with super glue or double-sided tape.
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