I am obsessed with my felt food. I am not sure why I find this so addicting. At the end of the day, after worrying about research trials, unhappy staff, mistakes and the constant pressure to be #1 in the country, I need something that takes my mind far away. This does it for me . I have added a few new items to my felt food collection and also a play grill for my felt cookout food. I found this on pinterest and have added the link here:
It is so easy and pretty inexpensive. I think I spent about $20 for all of the supplies. These are just plastic bowls that I found at Bowmans grocery store in Kaysville, but I have seen them everywhere. I think mine was $2. I decided to spray paint mine the metallic silver I used a hammered silver spray paint and it looks very authentic. I also added some charcoals at the bottom. I just used some spare floral foam that I had. I carved them to look like charcoals and then spray painted them black and then added some silver to look as if they were burning. I don’t think I would spray paint the bowls if I made this again, as the paint scratches off easily when applied to the plastic. The bright colors would be fun for kids. I also used a foil pie plate for my drip pan and I don’t like the look of that. I am going to replace it with a small metal one to look a little more real.
I think it turned out so cute and will be perfect for the grandsons to come!!!
This is my latest Felt Food Dinner. I love this one. I am not sure that kids will even know what all of this is, but I think it is awesome!!!!