Wednesday, November 11, 2009

You Must Be STARVING! (A Tutorial)



My apologies for the delay. Click HERE to download the Let’s Do Lunch Felty Sandwich tutorial.



PS. I’d have a back up lunch plan. This sandwich is a little on the furry, chewy side.

21 comments:

FWOG. A blog. By Fi and Wendy. said...

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It's 12:45 and people 3 metres away can hear my stomach growling. This sarnie is not safe, felt or no felt.

You know how there is ALWAYS someone who is difficult - you going to offer a gluten-free, lactose intolerant alternative?
W

Kylie said...

Love this sandwich. So cool :) K

Clementine's Shoes said...

OOoh thankyou! You are very generous with your time and effort.

Cathy (Tinniegirl) said...

Yep, think I need to make me a felt sandwich. Thanks for the tutorial.

One Flew Over said...

Tan...thank you, thank you, thank you!

Nikki Cardigan said...

Everything about this is beautiful. How is looks, what you've written, the tutorial, the swiss cheese... everything. Oh, except the taste!

Great tute Tania.

Liesl (Hoppo Bumpo) said...

What a great tutorial - thanks for sharing!

(PS. How many Weight Watchers points would this lunch comprise?)

Sandrine said...

Fabulous tuto there Tania!
Well lots of fibres there:)x

Mel said...

If I were at home I'd be downloading that Sanga toot sweet. But having read your second to last post re the heat I feel I should tell you that I am currently reading your blog rugged up sitting sipping a hot cuppa in an outdoor cafe in Stuttgart. I will embrace the cold (and the chill blains that come with) for both of us! X

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

This would be the perfect gift for a little someone for Christmas! Thanks for the inspiration.

Apron Thrift Girl said...

fabulous sandwich. I wished I had made something like that when my children were young and playing with their little wooden kitchen. It is so sweet.

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

I love it ! Food that will last for ever . Economy of both money and shopping time . Pity about the fluff .

heather said...

this is beautifully done. i am hoping to give it a shot soon. thank you for the tutorial! this is my first time to your blog. mmmmmm.

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

Wow, this sandwich is AMAZING! Thanks so much for sharing this, I'll be linking to this post.

Anonymous said...

Gosh! So cute! Thanks for this tutorial. I'm gonna make some for my niece and nephew.....maybe my I'll get extra creative and make some other felty foods:)

Christian

Kym said...

Thank you for tutorialising your fantastic sandwich! It's all about the lettuce actually. I could never find just the right lettuce to finish my daughter's felt sandwich. Yours is perfect!

jen said...

Thanks so much for posting this tutorial! I made one and gave it to my kids for Christmas. They really love it. Thank you for sharing.

Fiona said...

Thank you! Finally made one and it has turned out great!

His and Hernandez said...

Where can I get the foam? Any craft store?

Isabelle said...

THIS SANDWICH is just delightful! I love it, and I made one for my friend and followed your instructions exactly and they were very simple and easy to follow. Thank you so much! You are wonderful!

Heres the pictures of the process and final product!
http://behindbelle.tumblr.com/post/5155152934/my-diy-felt-sandwich

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