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Thread: finished with play food vegetables............

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    Super Member granny_59's Avatar
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    ......now the fruit!?

    The broccoli was quite tricky but since it is DGS favorite veggie I had to make one. Hope he recognizes it.
    And I am sure that he doesnt mind that the scale is not perfect.

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    ended up making patatoes from knit used for dolls as cotton fabric did not work good
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    These are so cute and a true gift of love. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    I am in love with your crucifers and lettuce ;-) and those mushrooms are adorable.

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    Wow! These will surely be treasured for years to come.

    Great job! :)

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    Those are so cute. DGS will have lots of fun.

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    These are SO CUTE - well done.

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    I hope some of those last till he has kids so he can show them the toys he grew up with! you a VERY talented, this is the first time I looked at any of these posts, I'm sure glad I finally looked to see what you're doing!

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    your very clever, they look good enough to eat.

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    These are just awesome!! Your GS will love them. When my son was little I remember running all over the place trying to find "play food"--he loved playing "store". You have made something he'll have and cherish. I just love them!!

    I just showed these to DH and he remembers looking for plastic food one Christmas, too. Thanks for sharing the pics and showing us how to make them.

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    They are so real, how fun for your Grandson!

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    That will be the hit of Christmas. What a wonderful present.

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    Very creative!!!

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    Very creative - I have enjoyed your updates. Thank you for sharing.

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    Not only are the vegies awesome, so is the grandmother for doing these for the grandson. They are so adorable and true to life. Great job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Those are absolutely wonderful.

    I would buy a set if you had them for sale.

    Great work !! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Those are so cute. They they look so nice all togeter.

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    wow!!!

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    what talent - what fun

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    Those are amazing, I'm dying to know how you did the broccoli?

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    OMGoodness!!!!!!!! :shock: :shock: I have been following your posts, and I am continually amazed by your creativity and skill!! I'm looking forward to the fruit pics! 8-) Are these of your own creation? If so, you should write a book and publish them!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Those are just darling. You are so creative. Great job.

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    Oh my gosh, Those are the cutest things I have seen it a long time. What patience and love went into these.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cynde
    Those are amazing, I'm dying to know how you did the broccoli?
    I knew it :lol: :lol:
    It is made of 17 "flowers". I formed the body with sponge cleaningtowel and this hairy wire. Covered the top with a round piece of fabric and the stem with a straight one. And then added a couple of hundreds little glas beads to the tops, sewed 7 together for the center and added felt leaves and the other 10.
    clear as mud.........
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    Are you KIDDING ME?? Those are WONDERFUL!!!

    :D

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    that is soo amazingly neat

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