How about a ham, roast beef and Swiss pita with tomato and lettuce and a bag of chips?
This little lunch is for my niece’s birthday. I could easily become addicted to making felt food.
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Oh, and why wouldn’t you be addicted? Those are so incredible, I love them! Lucky niece. How on earth did your little one let you wrap those up and give them away?!
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This is such a great idea. And it all looks so bright and yummie! I bet you make someone happy there!
Looks good enough to eat. I bet she loved them!
These are darling! Ever since I made that cake for Fidget I have been dreaming about making more. It’s sooo fun and easy!!! Love the pita pocket. xo
I am glad that you are experimenting with felt food. Isn’t it the best? They make great gifts and the parents seem to love them as much as the kids. I really LOVE the pita pocket, and the swiss cheese:). SO fun! I might have to borrow this idea.
Okay, there’s pattern #1 right there, my friend!
awww, how cool. love you blog.
how how how did you make it. My son LOVES pretend food and I hate buying the plastic junk (100 plastic hotdogs anyone?)
so cute! i love these… perfect for my nephew.
This is such a cute idea!
What a neat idea! They look so fun. I’m sure your niece will like it.
Now that is seriously cute! My girls would play with that… and I agree with a previous commentor- down with plastic playfood!
Oh my!!!! I *love* these!
So adorable! I wish I sewed!
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