Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Rosey Tea Cookies....

 Last week, I made up a batch of these fake tea cookies for my little grand-daughter, who will be turning 3 years old at the end of the month...she can use these for her pretend play in her stove or with her tea set....


 I haven't had the chance to give them to her yet....I hope she likes them! 


I don't believe I'll be stocking any of these cookies in my Etsy shop, but I'll tell you how I made these in case you'd like to make up a batch for the special little girl in your life or for the girl at heart "little girl" in you. They are not difficult to make. 

Quick Tutorial: 
These are made from felt material.  I purchased felt squares for this project, found in the craft section of  Wal-mart.  I cut the felt material into 10 circles (to make 5 cookies). I used a ball jar lid to trace my circles, and I traced around the lid using a pen, then I cut out my circles, (you need two circles for each cookie). I placed a little bit of poly-fill (or you can use cotton), in between each circle to puff the cookies up a little bit, then I used a blanket stitch to hand sew the edges closed, (you can find tutorials for how to do this type of stitch online), I added ribbon roses to the top of the cookies, you can hand sew the roses, but I just used hot glue to secure them on top....and that's it!

There are so many variations to making these, different colored felt, maybe pretty trim around the edges to cover up the sewn edges, and different types of embellishments for the tops can change these up too. 

If you decide to make any of these, I hope you have as much fun making them as I did! 

Have a great day....and thanks for stopping by!


4 comments:

  1. Those are absolutely adorable, Queenie! I know she'll love them :)

    xo,
    rue

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  2. Beautiful creation! Your granddaughter will love the Most!

    Debby
    Debbygoesshabby.blogspot.com

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