January 11, 2012

Hungry as a bear!

Last CNY, one of my absolute favorite Canadian blogs (Let's Go Fly a Kite) posted a tutorial for making felt Chinese food here and I was completely smitten. Over this past weekend, Josie got busy serving up a few of her favorite dishes.

felt wontons

felt fortune cookies and eggrolls

felt stir-fry veggies

Yarn noodles

The pretend wok came from the
Tuesday Morning store.
It actually sizzles and lights up.
Very cool!

In case you're looking for other felt tutorials,
last year I also made these cupcakes

and these chocolate/strawberry sundaes

Just think...zero calories!!
No stitching either.
All glue gun.

If you're lucky enough to dine at our special restaurant, you might even get a waitress who wears a batman mask as part of her uniform. As you can imagine, she's in high demand .



vivian said...

Im so excited that we have a little baby granddaughter and that I will have a chance to really play like a little girl again soon!!! I've already been eyeing up teasets!
your felt food is adorable.. but the waitress in the batman mask takes the cake! lol!
have a great day!

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Oh!!! what a fun collection of felt food for such a hungry bear. I really love the idea of a wok , our play kitchen is missing that. On my list for Valentine's is to make some cupcakes like yours.

PS that highchair is adorable.

Vicki said...

Thank you for that morning cup of adorable! xoxo

redmaryjanes said...

So cute! Everything is darling!

Michelle @ Dream Home DIY said...

Cute, cute, cute. I always love your felt food creations :) They're so much cooler than the plastic stuff sold in stores.

Lee said...

Great post-it brought a big smile!
Thanks for sharing!

★Carol★ said...

Your daughters are just the luckiest girls in the world, because they've got a Mom who is constantly sparking their creativity and imagination! LOVE these little treats!

Heather said...

How very cute. I just love the felt food! The Batman waitress is the cherry on top!

Cheryl G. said...

I have been tempted to make felt food before. Yours is adorable!
Certainly food would seem more special with a batman mask wearing little super hero.

Janet said...

Your felt food are the cutest I've ever seen! Such a fun idea for Josie and I love the batman mask!

My Vintage Mending said...

I wonder...does she use her special powers in the dining hall...you never know? Super cute. Noodles...perfect...smiles...Renee

Jboo said...

So cute! That food is making me hungry!! :)


Lynn said...

Ah so cute!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I would only want this precious super hero to wait on me! Let's see...a cupcake would be nice with an egg roll on the side! heehee! Very fun post and links! ♥

Courtney said...

That food is cute. I bet she is having the best time playing with it.

GardenOfDaisies said...

What fun food! May I come over and play too?

Marci said...

Those are amazing and adorable! When my daughter was small my favorite thing to play with of hers was her felt dolls with their felt clothes. So simple but fun. Thanks for sharing

Nellie said...

What a wonderful post showing the great memories to be had working together with felt! Love, love, love the "masked waitress.":-) xoxo