Fancy A Slice Of Toast?

I've recently started setting myself small goals for each day, one of these goals is just to be more creative, make new things everyday.



I sewed together these felt toasts and doughnuts recently, most of them I had created before in a smaller brooch form, but it's a nice change of pace to make something a little bigger. (The mini toast plushies above are about the size of a real slice of toast!)

When I was studying the arts in school my teachers would constantly tell me to make things bigger, I always seemed to drift towards creating small delicate pieces and found larger work a challenge, I think I still struggle with that today.

It's nice making things again without worrying so much about the outcome.

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  1. So cute -- love the mustache and the pb&j! I crochet (for my other shop) pretend food for kids and have a pb&j ready to list, and I make toast coasters too! Fun! You do great work -- love that cheese toast too! It's always good to expand a bit, and if you can use a design you already have, even better!

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    1. I have just checked out your shop and it's so adorable!! I think your peelable banana is amazing, you have so much talent in crocheting!

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  2. I love these, especially the donuts! Felt projects are so much fun, I made a cupcake awhile ago, now it's my pin cushion :)

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    1. Felt projects make great pin cushions that's for sure! Thank you :)

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  3. These are adorable! I agree these can definitely be enjoyed more if they were bigger (realistic) size although brooches are cute too. :)

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    1. They feel totally different in a bigger size! Thank you so much Marilyn :)

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  4. These are all so cute! I love the little mustache toast :)

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  5. These are super adorns!!! I sitting here thinking who I could give some of these to.. :)

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  6. These are so cute and creative!! I love them!! Thanks for stopping by and commenting by the way! You're comments definitely made my day. It's so true about how easy Facebook makes it to compare yourself to others and I definitely agree that people are willing to be more open on blogs. I guess there is an aspect of anonymity to it because you get to choose who knows about your blog.

    Jenni
    thebeautifullittlefools.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you for stopping by Jennifer! I have a lot of strong feelings towards that particular topic and felt the need to comment, love your blog!

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  7. Awwww...so adorable!!!

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  8. Oh, your little felties are so darn cute! Love the little donuts. Felt is so fun to work with.

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