Inspired by the knitted tea cosy pattern (Mollie Makes 42 cover star) we’ve put together a list of biscuity bites that’ll sweeten your crafternoon tea. No matter how tempted we are, we must remind ourselves that although delectable, these goodies are not edible. We’ve found everything from biscuit cushions, wrapping paper, jewellery and a Jammie Dodger crochet biscuit tutorial – fresh from the internet oven.
Take a peek at our tasty roundup and we’ll put on the kettle. one lump or two?
Present your gifts in biscuit print wrapping paper by Nikki McWilliams. We spot party rings!
Take time out with a cuppa and your felt stash to whip up this classic biccy assortment with Mollie Makes issue 4. Sign up to our newsletter by 10 July 2014 to receive a free felt Jammie Dodger pattern or download it now from Apple Newsstand or Zinio.
This set of four vintage-style fancy button cookie stamps is a great gift for anyone who loves to bake. Get it from Emma Jane’s Bakery
Never forget about the awesome power of tea (and a chocolate biscuit) with this original digital print by Nikki McWilliams.
Sunday mornings are always best when we’re joining in on the pretend tea party our little ones host. Serve up a feast of wooden biscuits – thy double up as a counting game too!
Add a cute and quirky finishing touch to your biscuits with these cookie cutters and stamps from Lisa Angel Homewares and Gifts.
The Biscuit Bandit is on the loose, best you hide your biscuits.
Wait, hang on. There’s actually a device that’ll keep your tea warm if you forget about it? Cart!
Sterling silver, biccy stud earring from Izzie Tale. Want a bite?
Look at those fill-me-with-biscuits eyes! Adorable British-made artisan kitty storage jar from Camila Prada Ceramics.
Be no yellow belly with this military style custard cream brooch. Made from vintage medal ribbon, a satin rose and vintage peal drop.
Jammie Dodger biscuit necklace from Laura Wathen of Claytime Designs
Giant caramel wrapper cushion that’s super quirky, comfy and good enough to munch!
A fun embroidered biscuit purse kit available from Build a Bag.
Crochet a batch of these biscuits as party decorations, plushies or wedding favours – either way, they’re sweet. For the full free crochet pattern visit According to Matt.
Biscuit illustration painted using watercolours and pen by Alexandra Rolfe.
Feel like wearing something different, perhaps a biscuit and a mug of milk ring will do? Find more biscuit jewellery at Allarts Kitchen
One lump, milk, and a selection of your finest biscuits please! Mixed biscuit mug from Above the Railway.