Here is my second try of Bento.Because it is thanksgiving month, I tried to make a turkey.:)
Here I used,
A round shape sandwich
Grapes inserted in tooth picks
Green peas as eyes
Carrot in legs
Corn in beak
A pomegranate seed as the thing in turkey near its beak
Method for making a Turkey Bento
First I aranged grapes as turkey’s feathers. 🙂
Then placed the sandwich on it & arranged eyes,beak etc….
But I feel the box is empty & didn’t get any idea to fill it,but I used some cooked chick peas & fresh oranges in another small box.
Linking with Thanksgiving themed Bento -(Love this site,& I am following her events to explore the world of Bento )
Great job on the turkey! You are doing good with this only being your 2nd bento! I have so much fun making bentos and I know that my daughter is eating well!
Such a cute idea! So creative! I am following you back! 🙂 Love your blog! 🙂
Kids would love this. I think you would be a great food stylist on a tv show or movie set! Thanks for sharing at Church Supper. Have a blessed week 🙂
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Hi thanks for visiting my blog and giving a nice comment.you too have a lovely blog with nice recipes.U r always welcome to my blog to give ur comments.
I have been a silent reader of this forum for a long time and enjoy your posts very much, especially because I’m Sri Lankan myself.
Luvly presentation of turkey bento
thanks a lot for all these comments,& @Krista,I am blushed…:) @Rathai,thanks a lot for introducing you & reading my posts…& happy to find a Sri Lankan blogger….
Thank you for sharing at Crafty Moms Share this week. I hope you will share with us again next week. Happy Thanksgiving!!
This looks extremely awesome and would love to have it.Wonderfully prepared
I love the turkey. Adorable. Happy Thanksgiving!
Too cute!! Why is it that pretend turkeys are so adorable and the real things are just plain ugggggly? Thanks for linking up at Shine On Fridays!!
I really like how you used the grapes for feathers- what a perfect and simple to make turkey!
Way cute! Love it! I hope you had a great Thanksgiving! Thanks for linking up to TGIF & we’ll see you next week! Don’t forget to enter for a chance to Guest Post & Have your blog featured on my sidebar for the entire month of December –
awesome grapes as feathers~
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