Fabulous Felt Features

Because the Thanksgiving Treats and Fall Fun Linky Party will be open one more week, I’ve chosen to feature projects from my Felt Food Roundup.  This post is long overdue!  I’m so sorry for neglecting all of the fantastic crafters that have linked to the party so far.  (My felt food roundup party is always open, and includes food and non-food felt projects.)

If you are interested in hand-made gifts for Christmas this year, the Felt Roundup is a great place to start.  The felt food is always a hit with kids at Christmastime.  (At least it is at my house!)

Felt Sweet Treats and Desserts

Swiss Rolls are one of my favorite treats (have you ever tried them frozen?), and Toastie Studio managed to make these Swiss Mini Rolls look just like the real thing!  I’m glad I don’t have to worry about the chocolate peeling off of these and melting all over the kids and the house!

Aren’t these Felt Sugar Cookies by Make it Cozee adorable?  I love the sprinkles and the peek-a-boo hearts.

Felt Breakfast Foods

I’m the only entry so far in this category, so if you have any fun felt breakfast foods, be sure to link them up.  Check out my Felt Pancakes and French Toast Tutorial (with free pattern).

Felt Pancakes and French Toast Tutorial with Free Pattern (New to felt food? Give the pancakes a try. They are so simple!)

Felt Food French Toast from OneCreativeMommy.com

Felt Fruits and Vegetables

While Wearing Heels contributed so many great projects that I couldn’t only choose one.

Visit her site for tons of great felt tutorials, free patterns, and ideas.  I’m linking you to her I Heart Fake Food page.

Bear Rabbit Bear shared this adorable Felt Burlap Sack with Potatoes.  Don’t those potatoes look soft?

(Depending on their size, they could also double as chicken nuggets in a pinch.  My kids turn everything into chicken nuggets!)

Naptime Creations linked to a page full of great felt projects.  My favorite has to be the banana that comes out of it’s peel.  So fun!

(Her projects are all created from purchased patterns.  They’ll give you a good idea of some of the great patterns available on Etsy.)

Felt Main Dishes and Meals

I love this Felt Farfalle and Felted Ravioli by One Inch World. Doesn’t it look just like the real thing?

In the mood for Pizza?  Try this felt tutorial from Toastie Studio.  I bet you could make slices with all sorts of different toppings for a fun Pizzeria Play set.

(Hmmm.  Maybe I just got an idea for Christmas!)

Non-Food Felt Projects

Finger puppets  and hair bows seem to be my favorite theme today for this category.

Felt Headbands by Make it Cozee

Felt Headbands by Glamorous, Affordable Life

 Handmade Felt Finger Puppets by Small Things With Love

Princess Finger Puppets by Being Inspired

(I’m actually linking you to the newer version of this project so that you can how she creatively packaged her creations as a gift.  Promise.  You’ll love it!)

If you were featured, be sure to grab this featured button and post it proudly!  You deserve it!

I was featured at the Felt Food Roundup at OneCreativeMommy.com

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Do you have felt ideas to share?  Be sure to link them up.  The felt party is meant to be a tutorial resource, and is always open!  I’ll share new features periodically.

Are you feeling inspired yet?  You can find the rest of my felt creations by clicking on the images below.

Felt Popsicles Felt Ice Cream
Felt Sandwiches

Comments

  1. May Suchan Jerzak on Facebook says:

    like it :) pinned it <3

  2. Thanks so much for featuring my princess finger puppets!! :) You’ve made my day.

  3. Thank you so much for the feature!!

    { Fotini }

  4. So many great felt tutorials!! Thank you for featuring two of mine along with the others.

  5. EVERYTHING on this page is adorable :) I love felt!

    Shannon @ Sewing Barefoot

  6. I LOVE these colors you put together on the furniture. I am sending a link to all four of my married daughters!!!! Love your website!

  7. It is really amazing to surf on your site. But this page is extra ordinary. The way you showed the use of felt is really amusing. I really loved it.

  8. I love the colors, the patterns, infact everything looks so adorable !! Not to mention the tutorials! Everytime i open your site, I’ll have a wide smile:)

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