Ever wondered how to make felt food for the kiddos? It’s super easy and fun! I’m excited to share the cute set of Felt Food Crafts I created recently for FUN365. Just in time for summer vacation and VBS!
Disclosure: As a member of the Oriental Trading Fun Squad, I received compensation and/or products in exchange for my styling and crafting services. As always, all opinions are my own.
How to Make Felt Food
I’ve always loved play food. I remember when I was little I saved all the empty boxes cereal and crackers so I could play “grocery store”. So, of course when I had my own little ones; I made them their own little food sets for imaginative play.
With this fun set your child can unplug from video games and TV and play, “Baker”, “Pizza Chef” or “Market”. How fun is that?
My little guy has spent hours making serving donuts, cookies and his own PB & Js with this fun Bakery Set. He is also quite the barista and makes a mean “Mocha Latte”! Check out our Donut Party for more Donut awesomeness!
Not only does he play “farmer” he also plays “market”. Nothing better than teaching the kids about a balanced diet with the Felt Veggies and Felt Fruit Sets!
How fun are those strawberries? So cute!
And his ultimate favorite is the Pizza Playset. He makes one mean pizza with all my favorite toppings! Check out our Pasta Party from a couple of years ago for more party inspiration!
If your child enjoys imaginative play like mine do, head on over to FUN365 to see the full tutorials that include free patterns! These also make fun party props and party favors for themed celebrations. I hope you give them a try and let me know what you think!
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All of these play foods turned out so cute. I like that the kids can unplug and use these play foods to expand their imagination