DIY Felt Food: Complete Sandwich Set


It is so easy and gratifying to make felt food. I love the very realistic look. On top of that felt food is safe, colourful, soft, and long-lasting. This cute felt sandwich set will promote the imagination of your little ones and guarantees endless hours of joy of playing. If you are inspired now to make your own felt sandwich set, grab some felt, needle, and thread and follow my free tutorials (with patterns!):

  1. Felt Sandwich Bread
  2. Felt Cheese Slices
  3. Felt Salad Leaves/Lettuce
  4. Felt Sausage Slices: Mortadella
  5. Felt Sausage Slices: Pimiento Loaf
  6. Felt Tomato Slices


In order to make great felt food, I can highly recommend the following items (please note that the links below are affiliate links):

Thick & Soft Felt Magic Marker Screen Shot 2018-02-25 at 13.34.02 Screen Shot 2018-02-25 at 13.36.49

Have fun and make sure to visit me again soon! You know, your presence makes me super happy! 🙂 If you like what you see, please show it by hitting the Facebook like button and/or by following this blog (all buttons are in the sidebar on the right).

I am linking this to KiddikramMade4Boys, and Talented Tuesday.

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48 thoughts on “DIY Felt Food: Complete Sandwich Set

  1. Awww, I love it 🙂 Your tomato slices are very realistic. Seems like a great toy for little ones 🙂 And actually it would be perfect for me too, while I’m trying to be on a diet – you can make this food, but can’t eat it ;P

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  2. Hahaha. That’s funny but also a bit macabre. 😉 Just wait for the felt chocolate, felt lollipops, and felt ice cream… Mmmmmm


  3. 🙂 I love you comment, Sil! 🙂 Thank you so much. The kids love it, for sure. Please go ahead and make it. I would love to see your versions. Have a good night, Jana

    PS: Can you please send some sun over to Canada???

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  4. Haha. 🙂 My son tried to eat it first, too. 😉 They learn quickly! 🙂 Thank you very much for stopping by again! You are always a very welcome guest! Have a lovely weekend, Jana

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  6. THis would make a great gift for a young child 🙂 I’ve featured you over on my Talented Tuesday Link Party Blog this week! Make sure to head across, check it out & link up again with us 🙂

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  7. Thank you so much! I love your comment! 🙂 Good luck with the version for your daughter. Hope she will have a lot of fun with it. 🙂


  8. This is wonderful and makes me really really happy! 🙂 I am planning to create a makers gallery soon! So if you want, please stop by again in the near future in order to show others how your felt food turned out! Have a lovely weekend, Jana

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  9. Thank you so much for stopping by at my site and for your comment! It makes me happy to inspire other people. I really hope you are going to try this or that. Would love to see your creations! Best, Jana

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  10. This is wonderful news! Thank you very much. I would love to see yours and include it into my “Your Makes” gallery (along with your name and blog address), if you are interested. Have a lovely day, Jana

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