I am an crazy huge fan of croissants so of course it only makes sense to celebrate Croissant Day on January 30th! Yes, it is real thing. Yes, you can celebrate it too. I whipped up a darling little felt craft that you can make to add croissants to your kiddo’s play kitchen (or your adult kitchen decor). I am also excited to share a favorite recipe with you that my kids love love love. This post is a part of a bigger celebration of ALL THE THINGS. This croissant day recipe and craft is being shared as a part of Craft Lightning, a series of posts sharing DIYs that are simple and can be done quickly. The theme this time around is obscure holidays and I am pretty sure that Croissant Day fits the category well.
To make the felt croissants, you only need four things.
- Kunin Premium Felt (Color is Copper Canyon)
- Embroidery Floss
Cut the felt into two triangles.
Sew the triangles together along the edges.
Roll the sewn triangle pieces up into a croissant and stitch it closed.
To make slices of butter, stitch two pieces of yellow felt together. This is Kunin Classic Felt in the color YELLOW. I think this is the cutest little addition to a play kitchen for kids. That’s it. It is easy peasy. You can make one in about fifteen minutes or so!
There are tons of crafts with felt on the Kunin Felt Blog. I once made a Hamburger Stuffed Toy!
A while back I shared this recipe for having a Crescent Roll Pizza Lunch Party. I have since updated it to be a healthier version that works for us today.
Updating this on January 30th with a little word search puzzle for the day.
So get ready! January 30th is not only the second to last day of the month but also CROISSANT DAY! Comment and let me know your favorite way to eat a croissant!
Cheer to Celebrating All the Things,