If you finished that sentence with anything other than “you will win the $500 million Powerball” you are not my friend. But if you did finish it with something other than that, you could have been a fortune teller. Clearly I did not win the $500 Powerball. Why is that clear you might ask? Because I’m here, blogging. Don’t get me wrong, if I won the lottery, I would still blog. But I might take a few days off for celebratory purposes. That, and my blog would change to something along the lines of, “What I am doing with my $500 Powerball winnings.”So if you’re as good of a fortune teller as I am, then this Valentine’s treat is right up your alley. I saw these a long time ago on Pinterest (I would give credit to the original, if I knew who the original was). They are super easy, and really appreciated by the receiver. In my book that’s a win/win.You’ll just need felt, pipe cleaners, and these printed fortunes. Use about 3″ circles, cut a pipe cleaner to hot glue along the middle. Fold the circle in half, and hot glue along the top (do not enclose the whole half circle, you’ll need an opening for candy and fortunes. Once it’s dry, fold the pipe cleaner in half, and you’ll have a fortune cookie shape! I used Valentine candy corn to fill, and put my fortunes inside.Now that I’ve made all my Valentine’s, I’ll keep a look out for all of yours in my mailbox. And don’t worry, if they’re too big for the mailbox, I will be home to accept the large packages.