Felt Food Part 2

by - Tuesday, February 12, 2013


In the first felt food post, I showed you the the pasta, spaghetti, eggs and bacon that I had made for my daughters kitchen, well today I am back with the second part and I have some felt tea bags, donuts and biscuits to show you.



For the tea bags, I just created a rectangle and cut off the corners to make a tag shape, sewed them and filled them with stuffing and then created the string with bakers twine and a little square of felt at the top.  Most of the tea bags have stuffing in but a few haven't and they still look good.






To store the tea bags, I grabbed a small tin that was in a set of three from Ikea which are the same as these. The tin was the perfect size and will keep them all together. 


Next, I made some felt donuts. To make these I used a cd to draw around and created a pattern for the top and sewed on some beads to the pink and white ones. They were then simply sewn and stuffed. 


Last, I have made some little biscuits which look like party rings. These are similar to the donuts but just created wavy strips to put on top instead of sprinkles. 



They were fairly easy to make and were well received.
Hollie has really enjoyed using the tea bags in her little cups and using the cakes on her little play cake stand.


Have you made anything or considering making anything from felt? Leave me a comment and let me know. 



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17 Comments

  1. oh my. Your blog is adorable! I have yet to attempt something with felt, but this just might be my first project!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. Good luck if you attempt a project with felt.

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  2. Those are adorable! Love your blog, I became a new follower. Erin

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and following.

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  3. Love the doughnuts. They look good enough to eat.

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  4. My goodness Louise, those doughnuts look good enough to eat!! x

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  5. Those doughnuts look yummy! I'm not really good at sewing but I might give it a try. Can I ask where do you buy your felt? The very few places where I've seen them didn't have nice colours like the ones you used! :o)

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    1. Thanks. I buy the felt from Hobbycraft.

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  6. These are so nice looking, would love to make a set for my daughter. Thanks for sharing at Artsy Corner :)

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  7. Oh my goodness. So cute! The tea bags are my favorite!!

    I love your idea of the scrolling linky parties in your lower-wrapper below. I might steal this idea!!

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  8. These turned out so sweet! I can remember play food being one of my kids favorite toys when they were young. Love the tea bags - so cute!
    Thanks for sharing,
    Suzanne

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  9. I love these, they are sweet !!
    Lovely idea !!

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  10. These are so cute! I am going to attempt something similar for my daughters birthday. Love these!

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