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Former preschool and kindergarten school psychologist turned stay at home mom and felt food designer. Mr. Felt Food & I are total foodies and our daughter Grace is becoming one, too!

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Sushi Accenting Art

How awesome is this?  While my mind is always spinning with design ideas, I tend to think in one direction with my felt food: kid toys.  I love when I get contacted about using the food in other ways.

Recently, a psychologist filled her waiting room with breakfast cafe menus and a bunch of my felt food breakfast items so children waiting could play breakfast cafe.  What a cute idea!

This week, an amazing artist, Lucy Fagella, bought some of my sushi to accent her sushi plates for an upcoming show.  I love the plates but they aren't available in her shop just yet.  For more pics of these plates, check out Lucy Fagella Pottery's blog at http://lucyfagellapottery.wordpress.com/2011/04/17/sushi-plate-with-felt-sushi/sushi-plate-and-felt-sushi_lucia-pottery/.  If you scroll to the bottom, there's a great slideshow of her making pottery.  I was mesmerized--she is so talented!

You can check out her shop at Foodie Ceramics: http://www.etsy.com/shop/FoodieCeramics.  I am in love with her salt cellar & butter keepers.  As a total foodie household, I can't believe we don't have a salt cellar or butter keeper already.  I've added hers to my wish list!

As always, if you're looking for felt food sushi or other items, http://www.etsy.com/shop/FeltFoodKids.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Amy! You have been getting lots of great comments about your sushi, everyone who comes into my studio and sees it, love it!