Wednesday, April 7, 2010

i'm getting hungry . . .

Thinking about all the different felt foods I'm going to be making this month for my ninth craft till Christmas is making me hungry.  I'm expecting to gain at least five pounds this month.  Maybe I should have went with a felt board instead of felt food.  Too late now . . . I'm already hooked.  I know that there are A LOT of great tutorials out there for felt foods.  I've been super inspired by One Pretty Thing's Felt Food Round-up, but I'm going to experiment a bit with my own ideas before I revert to using these fabulous tutorials.  If you are looking for one great site for felt food, I recommend checking out Polly's Helping Little Hands and her felt food cook-along.  Polly also gives step-by-step instructions for making this delicious looking pizza pictured below.  Are you getting hungry yet? 
Eat up and . . .
craft on!

6 comments:

Kelley said...

Yes! I'm getting hunger (as one of my little ones once said). Bring on the chow!

Papgena Made It said...

yes, i'm getting the picture! :)
I found your blog today, in craft gossip, and I have been look around. Your blog is fun!
:D

Polly said...

Awww...thanks for linking. I'm glad you like my felt food. I'd love to see what you come up with. You're right...you really don't need tutorials. I figured most of mine out as I went. Good luck!

Mara said...

Is this made from felted wool or from felt that you bought?

elizabeth @ twelvecrafts said...

Thanks for reading ladies!

Polly, I started making bread last night. Ugh! It think I will end up wandering over to Helping Little Hands to figure out a better way.

Mara, see the deal is I don't know very much about crafting and sewing, so I have no idea what the difference is between felted wool and felt. I'm sure I could google it and found out, but why don't you tell me instead :)! I can tell you that I bought the stuff I used and it is felt from recycled plastice bottles.

elizabeth @ twelvecrafts said...

Oh Mara, sorry I didn't read your comment very well. I didn't make that pizza up above. That's from Polly at Helping Little Hands. If you click on the blue letters above that will take you to her site.

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