Celebrate National Cookie Day with Cookie Crafts

I don’t know about you, but my calendar has been cleared in anticipation of Dec. 4, 2016. Why is that? Well, it just happens to be National Cookie Day! While there’s no official ruling on how the day should be celebrated, you can make a safe bet that we should be baking a favorite cookie and enjoying them as snacks all day long. If your family loves a good cookie, this week’s cookie craft roundup is dedicated to this important holiday coming up.

Mosaic Gingerbread Man

Get into the holiday spirit in your craft room. The Pinterest Parent shows how to make a “faux” mosaic gingerbread man.

Cardboard Cookie Shop

Don’t be fooled – this cookie looks good enough to eat, but that’s shaving cream, not frosting. Inner Child Fun shows you how to set up your very own pretend cookie shop.

Sticky Cookie Craft

Practice sorting skills by identifying different types of stickers for this cookie craft. Simple Play Ideas offers up this charming DIY.

DIY Cookie Cutter Bird Feeders

Don’t forget about the birds! Freebie Finding Mom shows you how to turn your old cookie cutters into snack-making molds the birds will love.

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