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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Play With Your (Felt) Food

I recently tried out a new craft, making felt food.  My “niece” was going to be getting a play kitchen for Christmas, so I thought it would be cute to make her some felt food to go along with it. 

There are tons of tutorials on the web, and I got a lot of ideas from Etsy and Flickr, too.  Keeper of the Cheerios has a great list of tutorials as well.  Click on each photo to the see the tutorial that I used, if applicable.  IMG_3821

I spray painted a little natural wood basket to hold everything.

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Strawberries and Oranges:

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 Sugar Cookies and Chocolate Chip Cookies:IMG_3825 IMG_3826 IMG_3827 IMG_3828I have to say, I got pretty hooked on making all this little food! I tried to pick ones that could be made using my sewing machine, the hand stitching was much more time-consuming.  I have lots of felt left over and plan on making more in the future.

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22 comments:

  1. Very cute! I might just have to make some for my little princess!

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  2. Sooo cute! I've been dying to make some for my youngest and for my grandbabies. I should get on that. Looks like so much fun!

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  3. You did a great job! I love all of the different food items you made. I was looking for play food for my niece for a gift . . . she is really attracted to Coke cans, and I wanted to find her play ones . . . wonder if I could just make one?

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  4. Cute, makes me hungry. I bet your niece was very happy with her food.

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  5. oh my gosh, so cute, my fav are the popsicles! YUM

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  6. SOOOOO Cute!!!! I love these. I wish I still had little ones to play with it.
    Cha Cha

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  7. I made some felt candy corns for Halloween decorations and got hooked! I love making felt food - I just wish I had more time!

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  8. I heart felt food! It is all adorable! Thanks for all the links - I think our play kitchen needs some stocking!! Great job!

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  9. Fabulous!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I have seen the tutorials too. Makes me wish my girls were still little. You did a great job on yours!

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  11. These are super cute, I love felt foods!!

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  12. I love it! You did a great job! I've made a few felt things for my kids' play kitchen, and it's always there favorite foods to play with. Thanks for all of the links too. I'm off to add to my tutorial collection. :D

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  13. So cute! I think felt food is just too adorable. Yours turned out so well. I have never tried to make it, but I have wanted to for a long time. My girls would love playing with that!

    XOXO
    Jen

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  14. Those Popsicle are the best!!!! What a fun collection!

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  15. Holy Cuteness! I think that popsicle is my favorite,wlthough it is ALL adoreable! I have made some fruit and cookies for gifts... I may have to try the popsicles! : )

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  16. Nice job!

    Come share on Thursday Treasures!
    http://treasuresfortots.blogspot.com/2010/01/thursdays-treasures-week-5.html

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  17. Thank you so much for this post. I am not all that great at sewing but I am going to try to make my niece a breakfast set of food for her new kitchen santa brought her. Since I am terrified of my sewing machine I am going to try to handsew....crossing my finger!

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  18. Wow--what a cute project. they came out really good.

    Cheri

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  19. I featured this post on today's Thursday's Treasures!!

    Come share more of your ideas, tutorials, crafting projects, or recipes you've been working on this week!

    http://treasuresfortots.blogspot.com/

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  20. Those all turned out so cute.

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