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Cootie Catcher Menu Template

Here’s an awesome idea for menus…Cootie Catchers! They also look darling on the tables as part of a table setting decor.

Download the fortune teller (or cootie catcher) template by clicking here.

Use nice script fonts, monograms or dingbats to decorate the outer flaps of your fortune teller menu.

cootie catcher wedding template

I created this cootie catcher template with no lines in Power Point, so you can get a clean look.

Download cootie catcher wedding template.ppt or if you’re familiar with Photoshop, here’s a layered PSD file.

Have a good weekend!

*photos from Martha Stewart

32 Comments on Cootie Catcher Menu Template

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  • 1

    Could you tell me what font (the pretty script) that you used for your fortune teller? We are preparing for my daughter’s wedding and she wants to use these on the reception tables.

    Thanks,
    Sheila Garner

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  • 2

    I would also LOVE to know the name of the font you used? Its beautiful.

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  • 3

    I saw this cootie catcher in my Martha Stewart Weddings mag a few months ago. If I remember correctly, it said they used a calligrapher to do the script.

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  • 4

    I made some invites for my friend’s wedding and used a font called freebooter script that would look nice and formal like the one shown.

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  • 5

    Just wanted to say a big thank you for the layered psd file!!! Glad I don’t have to re-create the wheel.

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  • 6

    what size paper is this printed on?

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  • 7

    Thanks so much for this template!

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  • 8

    I know this is a beautiful wedding accessory, however I have used your wonderful template to teach my children how to make a fortune teller. We made these by hand as children many years ago, now I teach computers to children- this was a fabulous lesson teaching something old with a new twist.
    I wish you long and happy marriage.
    Thank you
    Mary

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  • 9

    Really great template! I’m using for my 20th wedding anniversary party. I’m putting trivia about my husband and myself in them and put a few on every table.

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  • 10

    thanks so much – this is very cool!

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  • 11

    I found this wonderful site and was so hoping to get a blank cootie catcher so that I could create some fun table action at my daughter’s wedding. I cannot seem to download the template (from above). Can someone help me by providing it again or point me in the direction of where I could find a blank one. You all seem so helpful and creative and I seem to be exhausted and over budget at this point!! Thanks for any help~~much appreciated.

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  • 12

    Check out dafont.com for tons of fonts and they r free!

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  • 13

    Can this be sent in any other format other than power point?

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  • 14

    Hi… I made the fortune teller but every time I print it, it prints out with lines around it because it is in PowerPoint. It comes out as not completely square and therefore does not fold perfectly. Does anyone know how to fix this?? Thanks!!

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