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    Default Yummy enough to eat.........

    I love this little pita set !!!
    Although the wool acorns are one of my favorite !!

    Etsy :: WishingTreeCreations :: Pita Sandwich Wool Felted Play Food- Custom Order


    ok, ok , I think I may need to get the little wool bird balls.....

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    Ok, it's all really cute, but what the heck do you DO with it? Is it just decorative? A collectible for some?
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    isnt it play food for kids?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraftymum24 View Post
    I love this little pita set !!!
    Although the wool acorns are one of my favorite !!

    Etsy :: WishingTreeCreations :: Pita Sandwich Wool Felted Play Food- Custom Order


    ok, ok , I think I may need to get the little wool bird balls.....

    This is you or someone you know - why not just say so????
    I'm always happy to check out any stuff made by the hands of a LM, but you turned it into sly ad.
    Instead now, I'm offended.

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    Really ?? sorry if it appeared as a sly ad.not intended.

    Its not me. Wish I was that talented though.

    Its wool play food. There was a thread started hear a while ago about where to find it.
    you play with it, like you would other pretend food, in play kitchens.
    google - wool food etsy
    There are lots of super cute wool foods...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraftymum24 View Post
    Really ?? sorry if it appeared as a sly ad.not intended.

    Its not me. Wish I was that talented though.

    Its wool play food. There was a thread started hear a while ago about where to find it.
    you play with it, like you would other pretend food, in play kitchens.
    google - wool food etsy
    There are lots of super cute wool foods...
    It IS a sly ad.
    If this isn't actually you then it is someone you know.

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    I have always as long as I can remember loved to create things. When I was a small child my mother taught me to knit, and so began a love affair with wool. When my daughter started Kindergarden at our Waldorf school 6 yrs ago I discovered needlefelting, and wetfelting. I was amazed! Now I'm addicted...lol

    I'm a single mom to a wonderful 9 yr old girl and a fabulous 5 yr old boy. They keep me on my toes, but I love every minute of it.

    Wishing Tree Creations helps support us and allows me to let my creativity flow. I sell my creations at local craft fairs, and in our Waldorf school shop. I'm very excited to be a part of Etsy.
    and in your previous posts - you post that you
    I prefer to crochet food. (100% wool !!)
    I think its easier to get the shaping !!
    and talk several times about Waldorf school which is also mentioned in the bio....

    If I'm wrong, I'm wrong, but it seems a little too coincidental to me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogomom View Post
    This is you or someone you know - why not just say so????
    I'm always happy to check out any stuff made by the hands of a LM, but you turned it into sly ad.
    Instead now, I'm offended.

    Are you not allowed to show what you make and sell on here? not taking sides, I just thought you were allowed? or does it belong more in the classifieds?

    because I know plenty of moms on here who have shown the hair pieces they make and sell. Or blankets, or cloth diaper covers....

    or is it because of the way it was done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom2markus View Post
    Are you not allowed to show what you make and sell on here? not taking sides, I just thought you were allowed? or does it belong more in the classifieds?

    because I know plenty of moms on here who have shown the hair pieces they make and sell. Or blankets, or cloth diaper covers....

    or is it because of the way it was done?
    I am always happy to look at (and lots of times buy) stuff made by London Moms!!! It's the sneaky way it was done that bugs me. I would have much rather the OP had said "look what I made" or "check out my etsy store"

    Even if this is a friend and not the OP "look what my friend makes" or "check out the etsy store of another parent at Waldorf school"... the fact that it seemed like it was a "find" on etsy really bugged me. Maybe I'm just sensitive today - I'm PMSing so who knows....

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    Thanks for bringing the website to my attention the wool food looks good enough to eat. I look forward to getting my daughter some non-plastic playfood when she is a little older and this is a great option.

    I happened upon the Waldorf school when we were taking a walk up around Gibbons park last week and it looks like some of these items are stocked in the store at the school's office - very tempting

    I'm holding off on purchasing handmade items like this because I aspire to learn how to make them myself - one small step towards this was signing up for the parent and child program (1 morning a week) at Waldorf which includes craft time for parents during the children's playtime how ideal.

    They had a great sounding doll making course for adults this weekend but I didn't sign up (which is good bc our household is down with the flu)

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