My kids loved playing with this felt pizza I threw together during a rainy day last week. The fuzziness of the photo is a combination of my always-shaky hands and the dull weather. I cut out circles for the crust and sauce and a variety of shapes for toppings. I doubt it will last as long as our always-popular pumpkin pie, but it was an easy way to brighten an otherwise gloomy day. In fact, it was so popular that I added some eggs:
I considered sewing or gluing the egg yolks to the egg whites, but decided not to. They stay together pretty well anyway, and this way the kids have the option of separating them out for “baking” purposes.
Then I cut up some yarn to make spaghetti, which is being fried because bears took up residence in the pan.
Incidentally, those pans are proper kitchen ones. I was looking into buying some nice (non-plastic) play pots and pans, but Mike pointed out that they cost more than the real thing. The kitchen was a $15 find at a yard sale a couple years ago.
As for Johnny’s sticker, let’s just say he won’t be going to JoAnn Fabrics again any time soon…