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This adorable and soft DIY felt food can make for fun kid-friendly activities and great imaginative toddler play! Your child may love to play pretend that she is a chef in the kitchen with these DIY toys!

(For ages 14 months to 24 months, CA adorable and soft DIY felt food can make for fun kid-friendly activities and great imaginative toddler play! Your child may love to play pretend that she is a chef in the kitchen with these DIY toys!

Pizza $23.75 / It's pizza time! Layer on the tomatoes and pepperoni and hold the anchovies if you'd like. You can customize each of the 6 slices to have whatever toppings you like: tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, olives, pepperoni, anchovies, peppers or cheese. Made of velour and felt.

It's pizza time! Layer on the tomatoes and pepperoni and hold the anchovies if you'd like. You can customize each of the 6 slices to have whatever toppings you

Toddler approved pretend play with pizza made from felt. Click through to get your free pattern and follow the step by step instructions or pin now for later. More food felt at http://www.welliesandlemonade.com

Pizza made from felt :: Brilliant! Felt is friendly material in several ways: cut edges don't fray, and surfaces adhere gently to one another.

55 Creative and Unique Toilet paper roll crafts - LOVE this list! So many great ideas to use with toddler, preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade kids.

55 Creative and Unique Toilet paper roll crafts - LOVE this list! So many great ideas to use with toddler, preschool, kindergarten, grade and grade kids.

To make these gorgeous #DIY Marble Mugs, all you need to do is pour nail polish into a container of warm water and dip your mug inside to create this cool design. It takes a little practice (and patience) to get the technique down but it’s well worth the effort.

To make these gorgeous DIY Marble Mugs, all you need to do is pour nail polish into a container of warm water and dip your mug inside to create this cool design. It takes a little practice (and patience) to get the technique down.