Today’s pretend play sugar cookie craft tutorial is a fun and sweet idea that is not only calorie free but fun for all ages and super simple to put together on the fly. Not to mention, they are also simply perfect for fun imaginative play and even photo props!
With just some colorful felt, simple wood circle pieces, glue and a little puffy paint – you too can make this completely customizable pretend play cookie craft with ease! Then use them in a play kitchen, with a tea set or even as a party photo prop. Whatever you do, we hope YOU have fun with it!!!
KID’S SUGAR COOKIE CRAFT SUPPLIES:
- Darice Unfinished 3.25 inch Wood Circles
- Darice Kid Craft Scissors
- Tulip Puffy Paint
- Darice Felties Felt Glue
- Darice Felt Sheets (We used blue, green and purple)
At this point in time, if desired, go ahead and paint your wood circle pieces a light shade of brown.
I personally felt like the natural look of our wood pieces looked more like sugar cookies, so I left ours bare but you are more than welcome to change this step up. Once done, set aside your wood pieces.
Step 2. Next grab your craft felt. Using scissors, cut out “frosting” blobs for each wood cookie you are making. If you like, you can use circular objects to trace for this step but I went ahead and free-styled our pieces.
Step 3. Glue your craft felt “frosting” to the center of your wood pieces.
Step 4. Now grab your puffy paint. Add dots all over the glued-on felt pieces to create “sprinkles” on the cookies. You can also add squiggles, lines, words (etc.) for a custom look. If desired, you can also add glitter, rhinestones, buttons etc on top of the wet paint.