Friday, May 7, 2010

Felt Food

Here are just a few examples of some of the felt food I've recently made. I'm having a hard time for some reason uploading the other pictures, so these will have to do for now. I love the way these chocolate chip cookies turned out. They're so much cuter than the very first ones I made Mia for Christmas. I'm a big fan of stuffing them so they look more plump. I decided to make my chocolate chips round this time and hand embroider each one on instead of using a glue gun.
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I LOVE the frosted donuts. They look good enough to eat! All the hand beading takes forever, but the final product is well worth it. I got the pattern from Skip to My Lou. I wish I could remember her link. It could be a dot com but I can't remember. I hope you all have a wonderful Mother's Day weekend! I hope to get busy on a few things this weekend so I have some new things to post. I lost my watermark brush when my computer crashed so this one is temporary.

7 comments:

karen said...

Mmmmm... frosted donuts. I love the packaging!

jen said...

So cute! Wish I had time for these things.
And BTW--LOVE the headband and flower I got from winning on your mom's blog. My 10-year-old fights me for it (my baby wears it a lot). Sometimes it looks red, sometimes pink.
Thanks!

Sue said...

The chocolate chippers are cute, but the frosted donuts are unbelievable! I bet somebody would buy THOSE at the craft show! (I was amazed that people passed on the felt food the last time.) It's all SO warm and fuzzy-looking. And I think kids would love it much more than cold, hard plastic.

=)

alissa said...

oh my gosh - these are adorable!!! Love those cookies!

Ronna said...

So Cute, Lexi would love the felt food. Love the packaging too. How much do you charge for the cookies?

Ronna said...

I said HOW MUCH DO YOU CHARGE FOR THE COOKIES?

Katie said...

LOL, sorry Ronna, I forgot to get back to you, hahaa! I charge $15 for the bag of cookies.