For those fun times on the dinner table when we like to "paint" our plates with food, I am loving these plate options for they come with art work that the kid can use as a starting point especially when you've run out of ideas! (Also good if you have a picky eater at home).
Polish designer Boguslaw Sliwinski designed these amazingly creative ceramic plates and produces them to order. Won't it be fun to make and eat your art! I'd love that mountain of cheese please.
If you'd like to encourage your little ones to make their own plate here is an easy tutorial for them to make their "happily ever after" storybook plate. This is one DIY project that I'd love to do with my little chefling.From the arty to the comical.These food faces plates are making me chuckle.
Which child wouldn't like to eat boiled eggs bright eyes or a lettuce headgear?
I know mine would love it!
Ms. Food Face Mr.Food Face is here to give you company
Mashed potato beard, anyone?
Feeding peas should be easy when they come in the form of a hat and a moustache!
The last one, just because.
I am lurving this one and I know it has got nothing to do with playing with food but how adorable is it for the children to have their very own personalized plates.You have the option of selecting the background colour, skin tone, hair style and colour, shape and colour of the eyes and even their expression. And ofcourse add their name. The kids will have a tough time saying no to food put on this plate.
Sara has been obsessed with ballet for over two years now.
Won't it be cute to have her on a plate wearing a tutu?
Do you and your kidlet play with food? I'd love to hear.
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