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Dont eat these!! :P
Inspired by 'Alice In Wonderland'.

I made these for a swap i just did, & loved them so much i had to make lots more for myself!
Theyre SUPER EASY (no sewing technique required). And Really Addictive! XD

(the 30 min. is mainly just paint drying. lol)

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  • How to make a cookie plushie. Felt 'Eat Me' Cookie - Step 1
    Step 1

    Take a piece of light brown felt, lay it on a hard surface.
    Trace around the bottom of a soda can, to get 2 small circles.

    If you want larger cookies, trace larger circles. But small ones are cuter. =)

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Felt 'Eat Me' Cookie - Step 2
    Step 2

    Place 2 circles together, WRONG SIDES OUT.
    Then sew (whipstitch) about 3/4 around, leaving an opening.

    Sewing Does Not have to be straight! Actually, if its kinda sloppy, your cookie will look more real!

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Felt 'Eat Me' Cookie - Step 3
    Step 3

    Carefully turn it inside-out.

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Felt 'Eat Me' Cookie - Step 4
    Step 4

    Stuff it VERY FULL. As much as possible (poke it in with a pen)!
    You want a fat fluffy cookie!

    Use toy stuffing or fabric scraps (like i did).

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Felt 'Eat Me' Cookie - Step 5
    Step 5

    Whip-stitch the opening closed, trying to fold in the edges as you go.
    Once done, you can squish & mold it into a round & lumpy cookie shape.

    <-- This one WAS NOT stuffed enough! Its kinda flat. >.< grrr

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Felt 'Eat Me' Cookie - Step 6
    Step 6

    Get your fabric paint and decorate it!
    First write "EAT ME", then decorate around it with chocolate chips.

    (Fabric paint is real cheap at Walmart, & makes it look shiny. Like icing!)

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Felt 'Eat Me' Cookie - Step 7
    Step 7

    LET FRONT OF COOKIE DRY COMPLETELY
    ...then do the back.

    (If you want to cover up the sewing knot, just dab a chocolate chip on it, & it disappears!) XD

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Felt 'Eat Me' Cookie - Step 8
    Step 8

    And your done!!

    You can make these into keychains, charms, or whatever you'd like.
    I'm trying to make enough of these to fill a jar ...to fool people of course.

    We'Re AlL mAd HeRe! muhaahaha!

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DarkAshHurts
DarkAshHurts · 119 projects
Thanks guys! I'm glad your enjoying them!
And they really are addictive to make. XD
Theyre so cute.
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
awesome, i like this a lot!
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Krafty.Kourtney
Krafty.Kourtney · Blaine, Minnesota, US · 4 projects
i LOVE this
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Kirsten B.
Kirsten B. · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 40 projects
Those are adorableHappy
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squirrel_face
squirrel_face · 11 projects
Lovely. Am always on the look out for Alice crafts.
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