Perry the Platypus is in today’s lunchbox! I got the idea from a t-shirt (see pic below) that was given to Sean by my sister and her family. Perry is a PBJ on whole wheat with apple slices and few grapes.
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So creative you are, Susan… It’s wonderfully made
You’re my hero. When I grow up I want to be just like you! We love Agent P and my kids will die when I put this in their lunch.
What did you make his eyebrows and pupils out of?
Rye bread or any darker colored bread will work. I used a rolling pin to flatten it out and then cut it. Thanks Wendy!
Looks exactly the same, so neat! How are the kids doing? Still in summer holiday?
Thanks Lia! The kids just finished their summer school so they have a few weeks before they start the fall semester. Hope you are doing well!
I never cease to be amazed. So creative!
Thank you Brandi!
Love all your food! Found you from Google images. Blogged about your food today!
Thanks so much!
THIS is going in my kids’ lunch on the first day of school. They will FLIP! I love looking at the bentos you create Susan, so fun and inspirational!
Thanks so much mamafasha!
Simply awesome! Everyone loves Perry… ♥
I do have that shirt too.
Wow, you are so very talented! I’m going to try to replicate this for my son’s first preschool lunch next week, and I hope it’s half as cute as yours! Do you happen to have any cute Hello Kitty ideas? I’d love to do something special for my daughter’s lunch, too.
Thanks Maria! I’ll post something soon about Hello Kitty!
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I’ve gotta make this one for my Sean too! And, I’m seriously thinkging about attempting to make that shirt too… hmmm
What kind of cheese do you use to make Perry’s mouth and eyes? And what kind of bread do you use to make Perry’s eyebrows and little eyes? May I know the brand name please? Thank you so much! I love your idea. I’m gonna make it <3
I will post a “how to” make Perry soon with all of the details. Thanks!
can’t wait for the “how to” …. would love a pattern!
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