Felt Good

This is the last holiday post for a while, I promise. I just have to share the felt food I made for my nieces with you, though.

Christmas Florida 6 dI made each niece a sandwich with fixin’s,

Christmas Sandwich 2 Christmas Sandwich 1strawberries and carrots,

Christmas Strawberriea can of peas (complete with green pompom “peas”),

Christmas Peas PleaseChristmas cookies (with bead “sprinkles”),

Christmas Cookiesfried eggs (that fold up and fit inside plastic Easter eggs),

Christmas Eggersand drumsticks.

Christmas Drumstick

I also made bowtie pasta and milk cartons, but don’t have photos of those to share.  We put everything into a small metal shopping basket so the girls could go “grocery shopping.”

Christmas Florida 6I had so much fun sewing food for them! I used plain craft store felt (at $0.25 a sheet) and embroidery floss. I got my inspiration from Pinterest (most came from here). Everything was hand sewn using a blanket stitch and I started in late October. I sewed on most of my lunch breaks and finished the last bit of food on the plane to Indiana.

The girls loved their food and have (according to our sisters) been playing with it nonstop. I keep seeing new ideas on Pinterst though, so I doubt this will be the last of my felt toy adventures.




  1. Rebecca says:

    I am so jealous of these (for my nieces not me, ok me too)! My mom bought them a play kitchen and I joined in on the gift by buying them food for it. I got wood Melissa and Doug accessories but these are so much cooler and personal.

  2. Marie Lester says:

    ohmygoodness!! that is SO cute!!! When I was a little girl I was ALL about the play food! I am definitely going to have to do something like this for my daughter I’ll have to find some idiot proof instructions first lol!

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