Here is an easy version of a Ferb sandwich that you can make for your child! You don’t need to purchase any fancy bento tools, instead you’ll only need a few things that you probably have in your kitchen.
Print a picture off of your computer and then cut Ferb’s head out. Make sure that it is no larger than the sandwich.
Place picture on tortilla and cut out using a kitchen scissors or a clean scissors.
Place a piece of waxed paper over Ferb and trace his eyes with a sharpie.
Cut out the eyes and place on a piece of cheese. Use a sharp pointed knife to cut out the shape of his eyes. If you are using the singles type cheese, then you can use a toothpick to cut the cheese out, like I did here.
Cut out the smaller eye circle from the waxed paper, place on cheese, and cut another eye out. Place on top and of the eyes that you have already cut out. This will give the eyes some dimension. Place eyes on Ferb’s head. Use the rest of the cheese slice in the sandwich.
Cut Ferb’s hair from the paper stencil, place on flattened crust, and cut out. Save the rest of the crust to make Phineas!
Add on Ferb’s hair to his head. Cut out two small eyes from the crust using a straw or pastry bag tip.
If your child is taking the sandwich to school, then “glue” all of the pieces on with a tiny dab of honey. I also place a small piece of waxed paper over the top of the sandwich before closing the lid. It will prevent the cheese from sticking to the top of the lid when you open it.