Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Pasta Presto

A few little makes for Ta-Dah Tuesday . Especially for you Lakota, 'cause I know how much you LOVE fake food ;-).

Firstly we have tortellini:

It's all gone too far-falle now:

 Eat your heart out Haba:
 (felt sheets from ebay, supporting vegetables from a well-known Swedish furniture retailer)

These tagliatelle (no, they're not chips that decided to stay in Britain for their holidays this year), are just thin strips of felt. There is a toy company that makes something very similar, that costs around £5 in the shops. Mine are a little irregular, but I don't think Baby Bird will be getting his ruler out to check. Said toy company also sells fancy farfalle in THREE different colours (show-offs) for around £7, but nothing I can't do with a sheet of felt, some pinking shears and a glue gun!

Tutorials for the tortellini and farfalle can be found here:




pastcaring said...

Blimey Liz, you have a toddler and a new baby and you can still make things? Other than a mess or a fuss? You are a Superstar! xxxx

Kylie said...

Clever and cute. Love your fake felt pasta Liz.

Helga! said...

Smarty!! So cute,and indeed,why pay stupid money for what you can make for so little! Baby Bird is probably gargling happily on them as I type!!! XXXXXX

Vintage Coconut said...

These are so cute!! I LOVE PASTA!

Vix said...

Well done, I bet little Bird loved playing with your creation and you had money in your purse for treating yourself instead! xxx

Penelope Cat said...

These are so sweet! Much better to save and make your own too.

Felt farfalle for £7? Blimey - how much real pasta would that buy?

Nikki x

Miss Simmonds Says said...

you saved loads of money and they look almost good enough to eat!

Lakota [Faith Hope and Charity Shopping] said...

Haha - I'm sure I've added the disclaimer that it's OK if it's meant as play food! So you get away with it perfectly (and it's very clever)

Young at Heart said...

oh my....quite adorable....and clever!!