Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Heartfelt Dream Dessert Buffet


Are you ready for some amazing felt food inspiration? All of the sweet treats featured in this post were made by Andie, a talented mom who discovered a passion for all things felt when she decided to make some play food for her daughter. That passion has grown into American Felt and Craft, an informative felt-crafting blog and unique online shop.


Can you believe how realistic these desserts look? AFC has some amazing products to bring felt projects to life, like the hot fudge glue drizzled over the chocolate goodies above.



Along with heirloom-quality felt and patterns, you can also purchase felt-crafting kits, like this berry sweet strawberry charlotte.



Visit the AFC blog, where Andie will show you that felt crafting is easy as pie. Along with useful tips and tricks, you will find free tutorials like the adorable cherry pie pictured above.


Now through August 25th, American Felt and Craft is offering a sweet deal to readers of A Little Loveliness. Use the code "Lovely" at checkout, and a 20 percent discount will be automatically applied to the highest-priced item in your cart.

Photos used with permission from American Felt and Craft.

11 comments:

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Wow! Those things look good enough to eat. SO cute!

XO,

Sheila :-)

mary beth said...

OH. MY. GOODNESS. GRACIOUS. I am in the midst of packing and have found a gynormous tub of felt. I have no idea why I have collected so much of the stuff, but I am excited to learn that I can make some pretty cool things for my little grandgirls for Christmas! I love looking at these and I hope I will love making some too! Thanks so much for sharing this with us. Feel better soon!

Rach said...

So life like!!

Susan said...

These are unbelievable, Melissa. And the best part? Not one single calorie! Thanks for sharing. Sooooo unique. Susan

Sue said...

Oh my gosh, all this cuteness is killing me! Hot fudge glue...amazing! Thanks for sharing, and now I'm off to check out her blog...

Red said...

wow. They really did look edible! especially the sundaes!

Anonymous said...

What a nice site - this is my 1st visit, by way of The Times Herald's 'Tea with Friends.' Hard to believe these are made from felt! Have a great day, Joanie from Georgia

Rachel Star said...

Wow! Those look so so so real, it's unbelievable! =)

Carmen Wilson said...

I should not look at your blog late at night...u make me hungry!!

Bertha said...

SO CUTE, LOVELY AND FUNNY!!!!

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