Thursday, 14 February 2008

Fuzzy cookies

Do you want romance? I will give you romance, well, for a couple that has been together for more than 10 years! Cuddling on the sofa, we ate popcorn and watched Access Hollywood. Do you feel the love right there? Ok, we don't celebrate Valentine's Day but just for fun, I made cute felt fortune cookies for my husband. Martha has such good ideas! And to my great surprise, my wonderful husband tackled a craft project of his own...with glue and scissor!!! He gave me a tiny little heart made out of recycled felt (promotional junk). I know that some craft goddess might find that little present insignificant but for me it's a real token of love. Happy Valentine's day!

8 comments:

Jade said...

Oh I wanted to make those fortune cookies but read a review that said that they didn't turn out. And with my abilities (lack of) I was afraid to try them. How were they???

Di said...

I like it! The felt fortune cookies are great and I like your love hear!

jackie said...

Your husband's felt heart is the best. My sweetheart paid off my library fine and wrote Happy Valentine's Day on the receipt. I thought it was sweet and funny.

jenny said...

ha! that's so cute that your husband gave you that! also, i love the message you put inside your felt fortune cookie. those are so cute! joe and i had mexican food and margaritas on the couch while watching a dvd for our valentine's day!

Bridget B. said...

Hello! My sweetie made me a turkey meatloaf, and I was delighted! When you feel the love, it can be a felt heart (very cute, by the way!) or a hunk of homemade meatloaf!

And I have been admiring the felt fortune cookies . . . even downloaded a pattern from a different place - I want to say it was the Craft Sanity blog? - but haven't tried it yet . . . but now I'm feeling inspired!

Chickpea said...

You husband did great!
although the library fine idea is not bad either.

Mine came home with nothing, but told me in a very serious tone that he had no intention of leaving me for a younger model...ever! So I shall be satisfied that I will be able to count on his support for many more years when paying of my library fines!
Juliette

erica-knits said...

That fortune cookie is great! I also really like your husband's return craftiness, very sweet.

Stephanie said...

What a little sweetheart your hubby is, that is so cute and your little note is adorable.