|Kids love felt food!|
If you think you might like to make some felt food for children in your life for Christmas, birthdays, or just for fun, now is a great time to get started. Felt food is easy, small, and portable, making it an ideal craft to work on during a road trip, at the beach, etc.
So let the linkage begin!
I think that these Felt Cheez-It® Crackers were the first felt food I attempted. Very, very easy.
|You can see the cheese crackers toward the right back of the table. We recycled a cracker box to present them in.|
|Bacon and Eggs|
|Grape, lime, and orange popsicles|
|Orange, cherry and lime popsicles|
|Pop-tarts® in packaging|
This pattern for Felt sandwiches and bags of chips has directions for potato chips, bags, and two kinds of sandwiches.
|Sandwiches -- ham, cheese, lettuce and tomatoes on burger buns|
|Peanut butter and jelly sandwich|
|Bags of chips|
|Another look at the potato chips|
|A basket of strawberries|
|Chocolate cream pie|
|Pumpkin, lemon and chocolate pie|
|Pancakes with butter pat|
|Christmas cookies in their packaging|
|Frosted sugar cookies with sprinkles|
|More Valentine cookies|
|Fabric bow tie pasta|
|A package of pasta|
|Crocheted chocolate sandwich cookies|
|A pink-frosted doughnut|
|A packaged chocolate donut|
and click on the "Categories" tab, then scroll down on the pop-up menu to "Felt Food Roundup". From the list that appears on the right, choose a date and look at the felt-food roundup for that day. And so on. If you're interested in making felt food, I can pretty much guarantee you'll find something here that you want to make.
|My grandkids are always happy to get more felt food!|