Felt Food -Cookie Counting Game and Tea Bags

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Tomorrow is my God daughters birthday, and I wanted to make her a special gift this year. I decided to make her some of the cute felt play food that I’ve been making for my girls.

Her mommy is from Ireland, and has a great fondness for tea, so I thought I would include a few tea bags.

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I cut out the shape from white felt, and embroidered TEA on it in pink. I used a small satin ribbon for the string and attached a heart to the end. I love how they turned out.

I ordered a pattern on-line to make the cupcakes. One is chocolate, one is vanilla. I decorated one with a rose and one with a strawberry. To make the strawberry a used a free pattern I found here. The icing and whip cream details are from the pattern I purchased. I thought it would be fun to nestle them in some real paper cupcake wrappers.

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I also made some more of the heart sugar cookies and gingerbread cookies. Find out how I made them from my older posts here and here.

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I also made a fun new cookie counting game. I made six chocolate chip cookies, with varying numbers of chocolate chips, from one to six. I really like that they can be used for pretend tea party play, and also as a counting, number identification, or number ordering game. It appeals to the teacher in me πŸ˜‰

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I found these fun little toaster oven trays to use as a small cookie sheet.

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I also found a pretty play baking set at the toy store to include.

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I hope Tara enjoys her new baking and tea party toys, and has the happiest of birthdays!

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This post is linked up at Tatertots and Jello, A Little Lovely, 504 Main, Under the Table and Dreaming, Somewhat Simple, It’s a Hodgepodge Life, and Funky Junk Interiors.

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Comments

  1. Everything is absolutely perfect – right down to the sweet little tea bags! What a lucky girl and a talented YOU!

  2. Omigosh – how sweet are those! Your goddaughter will LOVE these! πŸ™‚ Great job!

    I found you through a little lovely’s link up this weekend! πŸ™‚

  3. These are so adorable!!

  4. This is some seriously adorable felt food! Some of the best I have seen. Thanks for linking to tickled pink!

  5. I saw your link-up over at Tickled Pink and had to come by! Your felt food is positively adorable, and so beautiful made. I love all the special details you added! What a lucky little girl your God-daughter is!

  6. Those are darling! My dtr. teaches 3 yr. olds. I am going to make some of these for her classroom to use during Kitchen-time. Thanks.! These are the prettiest and sweetest-looking I have ever seen. How abt. blueberry pancakes too?

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