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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    You are so so talented. I'd love one of these for DS.

    I think chips because you need chips in a burger. Not really, but I want to play and everyone's thought of everything ������
    You could make them! You're pretty clever. I could even send you all detailed instructions
    Haha I considered chips but I was trying hard to stick to reasonably healthy foods… Because once I start on unhealthy foods there's so many amazing looking cakes and biscuits I'd have to make!
    (also, thank you!)

    Here is tonight's chilli as suggested by Elijah's mum. I'll keep working through the rest of the suggestions tomorrow night!
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    Please a land of felt! Please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deku View Post
    You could make them! You're pretty clever. I could even send you all detailed instructions
    Haha I considered chips but I was trying hard to stick to reasonably healthy foods… Because once I start on unhealthy foods there's so many amazing looking cakes and biscuits I'd have to make!
    (also, thank you!)

    Here is tonight's chilli as suggested by Elijah's mum. I'll keep working through the rest of the suggestions tomorrow night!
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    I would love to be able to do something like this, where do you buy your felt? I have tried looking in Spotlight and Lincraft but it is so flimsy.

    You have done an incredible job! That chilli is too cute!!

    Can't remember what other things you had on your list already or what the others have suggested but here are my suggestions anyway, an egg or pineapple ring?

    Edit: just looked back and saw you already had pineapple ring and egg 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
    I would love to be able to do something like this, where do you buy your felt? I have tried looking in Spotlight and Lincraft but it is so flimsy.

    😀
    Butting in here. I'd recommend buying felt with a high wool content and low acrylic content. It feels much nicer, is heavier and the edges don't crumble like 100% acrylic felt does.

    There are a few suppliers on EBay and I've bought some 70% wool felt I liked from BumbleBee Designs. Unfortunately, most of the felt at Spotlight and craft stores is acrylic. (Fine for short-term stick-on crafts, not so good for longer-lasting sewing projects).

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    You can't have a burger without something to wrap it in. 'Butcher's paper' and a 'brown paper bag'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
    I would love to be able to do something like this, where do you buy your felt? I have tried looking in Spotlight and Lincraft but it is so flimsy.
    I've used a mix of cheap acrylic and proper wool felt. Some things are fine with the cheaper stuff, I bought a big mixed colour pack from eBay. The wool felt I get from Tomni Designs (online store), it's an awesome shop for every kind of baby or toddler related craft project you can think of. And at $3/sheet it's not cheap, but it's less than half what it costs to buy from the local sewing crafts shop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Please a land of felt! Please?
    Sorry, I'm not sure what you mean!

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    Your creations look fantastic!

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    Just for funsies, I finished the sushi set
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    Quote Originally Posted by deku View Post
    Just for funsies, I finished the sushi set
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    That is AMAZING!!!

    Making me hungry though ha ha!!

    Love them!!

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