Monday, August 3, 2009

For her birthday...

Rachel's birthday is around the corner, I have been busy

Producing...



Cooking...



Making sushi... (I was trying to figure out how to make this, so when the kids saw these and shouted "Sushi!!", it got me so excited. The the boys start playing with them as sushi bombs and sushi grenades. They were throwing them at each other!)



and baking...



I always wanted to make felt food and I had lots of felt (again, I rediscoverd them when I was cleaning the closet...) so, I started with a simple cookie. It was so fun that I ended up making more and more.

The last bit of summer vacation is left and we have so much going on, so we are not having her birthday party on her actual birthday, but she can start playing with these felt foods soon.

22 comments:

  1. They look great! I tried to make a felt cake but it didn't turn out as good as yours, especially like the vegetables. Hope they are enjoyed.

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  2. Aww~ those felt foods are darling! I was making felt foods day and night myself for a project. Our entire livingroom was full of felt and scraps. :D

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  3. These are amazingly cute! Great job--these things can be addicting, can't they?

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  4. So cute:) I need some of these for my daughter!

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  5. WOW! That is so amazing! They all look so awesome! My girls would love that! I hope it was a fun birthday!!!

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  6. you are amazing! it all turned out beautifully. i am going to have to try some.

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  7. Sachiko,
    Your felt food looks incredible!! I love the detail you put into them!

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  8. Beyond cute! You never cease to amaze me. You should sell some on etsy!

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  9. she's going to love all her play food!

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  10. Stop it, stop it right now! You're killing me with the cute things that I feel compelled to copy and know that mine will never compare to yours so why bother? They are so cute! Rachel is a lucky girl to have such a talented mom.

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  11. Those are amazing! She will love them, you should make more and add them to your etsy shop, I bet they'd sell. So fun for Rachel!

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  12. That is so cute, I'm just amazed by all of your projects! Seaside rose is one of my favorite all time fabrics too. I have a whole tub of it waiting to be made into stuff for my daughter's room. I just discovered your blog a week or so ago and I'm LOVING it!!We have very similar taste. Plus, a friend just told me that you're related to a friend in my ward (Jodi A.) Isn't that funny!
    Take care,
    Elisabeth

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  13. Those are AMAZING! I don't work with felt- but if you made a set I'd be sure to buy it! :o)

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  14. You are so talented! I just admire you.

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  15. Wow, these look so real. You are very clever to make them look so Yummy!!!!

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  16. Those look amazing! You are very talented to have come up with all of those. Jackie

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  17. oh these are so fun!!! I wish my daughter was young enough to think that this was cool....I miss that! :) hehe

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  18. So cute! I started this project and never finished...you've motivated me!

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  19. I love felt food. No calories!!

    Those are so cute. And I bet they will get worn out with play.

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  20. Sachiko- PLEASE make felt food patterns. I just bought a TON of wool and when I brought it home I got too overhwhelmed to do anything with it. I can even test patterns if you want? ;o)

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