Monday, June 25, 2012

Felt Foods {Pizza}

This is probably one of the easiest felt foods! 

Supplies needed:
2 sheets tan felt
1 sheets red felt
1 sheet dark red felt
1 sheet light green felt
1 sheet dark green felt
1 sheet yellow felg
1 sheet white felt
sewing maching
needle and thread etc

Start by making two large circles, one from each sheet of tan.
The easiest way is to fold the sheet in half and then in half the other direction. 
Mark dots with a ruler every 4.5 inches.
Cut along the dots!
 It's ok if the aren't perfect, like mine.

 1.Sew circles together leaving an opening to turn.
2.Turn and sew 1 inch in from edge.
3. With the help of a chopstick, stuff batting into "crust" and sew opening shut.

The next few steps are simple:
1. Cut one circle the same way as before in red but at 3.5 inches.
2. Cut one circle in yellow 3 inches.
3. Cut out small circles from dark red. 

Make your other toppings, I decided on peppers and mushrooms! 
Peppers: cut four strips of dark green and four of light green: 2 by .5 inches.
Sew corners together with dark green on inside. Flip!
Mushrooms: Cut sliced mushroom shape and zig-zag a brown "T" down the center.

Last time we went out for pizza, I just asked for a clean box (smallest size) and they gave me one! Perfect!


  1. This is so cute! I love that you got a box too! I'm a new follower and I’d love for you to share this on Tuesday’s Tidbits at Naptime Delights:


  2. What an adorable idea! Love that you even got the perfect size box for the pizza.

  3. This is such a cute project! I have been loving felt as well lately...I just posted my latest felt project today... a felt dress up board for a little girl. I really like your blog, and am now a follower! Please stop by sometime!

    -Adriane @

  4. This is so cute my grandkids would love it, but if I tried to sew it, it would not look like a pizza! I would love for you to come share this on my linky party!
    Marcie @

  5. SOOOO COOL!!!!! Love it!!! Oh it's great that they gave you a box!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

  6. What a cute idea! I love that the crust is actually puffy, too :) I bet your kids have a blast with this! I'm pinning it for a few years down the road when my munchkin can play with this, too :)

    ♥ Bethany

  7. Really cute especially for small kiddos! How fun! Thanks for linking up this week!
    Stacey of Embracing Change