Monday, March 15, 2010

Can I Take Your Order?

Welcome to Mari-Ann's Felt Food Cafe!

Would you like a sandwich with ham, swiss and cheddar cheeses, tomatoes, lettuce and pickles?
The bread is freshly made!


Would you like a simple, yet tasty peanut butter and jelly sandwich?

In the mood for Italian?How about a delicious pizza with sauce, mozzarella and cheddar cheeses, pepperoni, green peppers, and mushrooms?


Perhaps you'd like some fresh bowtie pasta with butter.

Feeling spicy? We have a zesty taco filled with meat, lettuce, tomato and cheddar cheese. Oh, you noticed the taco shell looks a lot like the pizza crust? Yes, well, we're all about reduce, reuse and recycle around here!

For dessert there are some yummy chocolate chip cookies!

Or if you're interested in something lighter...
We have some lovely eggs with oranges and strawberries on the side.

Bon Appetit!

I went on a felt food craze last month and whipped up a bunch of goodies in preparation for James' birthday. Can't believe my baby is going to be 3 in less than a month!! Check our Polly's blog for more felt food creations.


DB said...

Sweetest email EVER, I'll reply ASAP.
Gaaaah, i have missed so much of my beloved Bloggy friends' lives it is overwhelming.
How popular are you now?!!!!!
Just a wee bit jealous, hee hee.
Finally finally just done my first post in 3 months, though it's a bit of a rant & whine again! ;)
Your creations are so adorable, when I saw the title of your post i thought 'yes, she has finally done it, started her own Etsy store'!!!!!
Talk soon. xxxxx

The Activity Mom said...

All of those are awesome! great job!

Mommy Moment said...

WOW what a great birthday gift! You are one very talented Mama!
Thanks for sharing these pictures with us!


Anonymous said...

look at all of that yummy food!! What a great gift to give.. I might have to make a few things for Sammy for his birthday!

Jen said...

What a lucky boy James is! Can I come over and play with this food? What fun things... the taco is perfect and the pizza looks so real! Great job, Mari-Ann!

Theresa Mezo said...

Your felt food is DIVINE!
James is going to have so much fun with all of it, heck, I would too! :)

carine said...

Well done! I guess that he will love it!

Cara said...

Your felt food is SO adorable! Like one of the other bloggers, I also thought you had started selling it, and I was ready to buy buy buy! It's so cute! I especially like the bowtie pasta (is that REALLY felt?!) and the pizza.

Kylie said...

I so want to play with these, they are perfect.

Deborah Stewart said...

I love them! So well done and realistic looking.

Domestic CEO said...

I LOVE this so much!!! Would you please consider posting a how to on these for those of us who are not as crafty as you? I would love to have these in my preschool classroom!

Counting Coconuts said...

Thank you all so much for your sweet and encouraging feedback!
Domestic CEO - I would be happy to offer a tutorial, email me and let me know which felt food you'd like to know how to make. :)

Susan-Chasing Marcus said...

Mari-Ann those ROCK! I love how the taco shell and the pizza are the same thing. I totally did not understand that in the other tutorial and would love to see how you made yours. Those really are great. I am procrastinating on the yellow squash and zucchini sitting on the craft table waiting to be done right now.

Evelyn / 2 Pequenos Traviesos said...

Mari-Ann! How lovely! I'm really sooo impressed. They are so beautiful. I'd love to make this some day.

Jenn @ Delicious Ambiguity said...

Thanks for linking up. I hope you'll join me again next week for another Tot Tuesday!

Alison @ Oopsey Daisy said...

WOW! All of your felt food looks so realistic. I can't even believe the bowtie pasta! So cool.


Anonymous said...

I'm on a felting kick right now and this is right up my alley today! Thanks for more great ideas!


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