Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Easy Korrilakkuma Bento

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When I'm stumped for ideas, I often turn to my bento accessories for inspiration! I just got a load of fun Rilakkuma and Korilakkuma items, so decided to give them a whirl! Since the bread was so pale, I decided the sandwich looked more like Korilakkuma, so chose accordingly.

Lunch contains: India Tree natural colored sprinkles, organic carrots cut with flower veggie cutter, uncured ham and cheese with mustard sandwich on Udi's Gluten-Free bread, organic cottage cheese with more sprinkles, and organic strawberries with a flat Korilakkuma pick.

To make the sandwich, I used my CuteZCute cutter set head to shape the bread and fillings. You can use the panda cutter eye to make a snout, but I just used a slice off an organic string cheese.
I used a winky eye nori punch and cut two lines off to form the mouth, and a round eye nori punch for the eyes and nose. Had I been thinking, I would have cut ham ears with the panda ear cutter, but I recall deciding I didn't care and it was time for bed!
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  1. That is the cutest container ever! I adore everything about this lunch - so simple, yet so cute and inviting. Fantastic job!

  2. Awww...this is way too cute! Love it!


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