Free Printable Valentine Paper Fortune Cookies

Free Printable Fortune Cookie|

These paper fortune cookies are perfect to give away on Valentine’s Day if you’re on a time-crunch or a budget. Not only do they stand out from standard Valentine’s cards, they’re free to download! You also don’t have to worry about food allergies or preferences with this super-cute Valentine gift.

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We’ve included the printable in 7 colors, should you want to mix in a few non-red fortune cookies.

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What you need:

  • Printer
  • Scissors
  • Pen (if you want to write down custom messages!)

Step 1: Print and cut out the the fortune cookies and message strips from our free printable here. You can write a customized message on the back of the colored strips, or use the ones we provided

Free Printable Fortune Cookie|

Step 2: Fold one side over the other and pinch the center. This creates a crease that will help the paper take on the fortune cookie shape.

Free Printable Fortune Cookie|

Step 3: Unfold the circle and turn it 90° so the crease is horizontal. Bring the sides together again.

Free Printable Fortune Cookie|

Step 4: Hold the fortune cookie in place and gently push on the center crease with your pointer finger. Still holding the fortune cookie in place, take a message strip and tuck it in the fortune cookie so it rests in the middle.

Step 5: With the fortune inside, slowly guide the top and bottom edges together until they meet. This is the trickiest step, so don’t be discouraged if it takes a few extra tries!

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Step 4: Seal the deal! Glue the inside of the fortune cookie. A standard glue stick should work if you’re working with plain printer paper. Pinch the point where you placed the glue until it stays put.

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Josephine Guicciardi is the nom de plume of our creative Evermine blogger. With romantic connections to Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Immortal Beloved” love letters, it is in keeping with the blog’s themes of love and joy. The great composer writes the famous words “ever thine, ever mine, ever ours” to a woman who remains a mystery to this day. Two of the most likely objects of his adoration are Josephine Brunsvik and Guilietta Guicciardi, and it’s from these two women that Josephine Guicciardi draws her persona.


  1. Oh dear! It seems we have a kind of technical problem. I’ll get our IT department on it.
    In the meantime, I sent you an email with the PDF. I apologize again for the inconvenience!

  2. Hi! I love this! These are really amazing!
    I’m doing a round-up of Valentine’s Printables and was wondering if I could use an image from your post for both the post and a combined marketing (Pinterest, etc) image?
    I already linked you, but wanted permission before using an image!
    Thanks either way.

  3. Hi Megan!

    I love your blog, I have some great content. I have featured your Valentine’s Day fortune cookies printable on my blog : 20+ creative valentines for kids. It’s getting a lot of traffic about 500 views per day. I was wondering if you would like to feature it on your blog as it has your tutorial on it? Or share on your social networks, Here is the link:)
    Have a great day I hope you get lots of traffic from this post, it says you’ve gotten a few hits today already!

    Best Andrea

    Sent from my iPhone

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