Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Sandwich Sub

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On my last two posts, I used straws to create umbrellas. Today, I used straws to create a submarine sandwich. A blue bendable straw was used to decorate this sub; bubble tea straw was used to cut the windows! If you can't find any bubble tea straw, you can use the straw from McDonalds. Just add more windows on you sub.
















I placed some fish crackers on the plate to make this afternoon snack for my son a bit more fun. If I had green fruit leather at home, I would use it to make some seaweed!
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19 comments:

  1. As always, i just love visiting your blog... My nieces are coming in a month, these will be on their plates!!!

    Dave

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  2. I'm gonna do the "bento" lunchboxes this coming year for the kids....so I'm trying to stay ahead with ideas! LOVE your blog. I'll keep my eye on it! (aka--new follower!) lol

    Would love for you to check out my blog as well!
    www.cookinformycaptain.blogspot.com

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  3. To Dave, thank you for coming back and the comment. I'm sure your nieces will be so happy to see some fun food on their plates. You must be the coolest uncle!

    To Carolyn, thank you so much for the comment, and welcome to Cute food for kids. Hope you can find lots ideas here for your bento making adventure! I just visited your blog. Wow... You have lots fun food ideas. The cup cake ideas on your last post really gave a a big laugh!

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  4. so cute and fun! Love it so much. ^^

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  5. I just found your blog. How cute is this sandwich. I don't have kids but I do this kind of stuff for my hubby to make him laugh in the middle of the day. Thanks for the idea.

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  6. Hi Tiffany! Hasn't seen you for quite awhile. Hope you're doing well. :)
    You never run outta new creative and cute ideas! I like how you use the straw at the end of your submarine! :D

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  7. Hi Emily, thank you so much!

    Hi Laura, welcome to Cute Food For Kids. Your husband is so lucky! I Rarely make cute food for my husband. I'm too lazy...ha!

    Hi Lyn, Thank you for coming back. It's nice to see you here again ^,^ wish you and your family have a nice weekend!

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  8. !It's so creative! I made the apple shaped umbrella to my daughter and was a success!

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  9. She liked the umbrella? Hooray ~~~ so happy to know that!

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  10. I love your blog!!!You have always great ideas. Therefore my two kids are very hungry and happy:))
    Best wishes from Turkey!
    PS:welcome to my blog:http://mutlueller.blogspot.com/

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  11. Hi semi, thank you so much for the comment. Wish you and your 2 kids have a wonderful day!

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  13. Oops!! I am so sorry that I delete your comment by accident.
    Thank you so much for visiting and the sweet comment. I am so glad you like the ideas from this blog. And, sure, please feel free to grab the photos ^,^

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