Sunday, 20 November 2011

Bento #2 -Turkey Bento


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:
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 )

Sharing with events here


16 comments:

  1. 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!

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  2. 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 :)

    Everyday Mom's Meals

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  3. Such a cute idea! So creative! I am following you back! :) Love your blog! :)

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  5. 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.

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  6. 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....

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  7. Luvly presentation of turkey bento

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  8. Thank you for sharing at Crafty Moms Share this week. I hope you will share with us again next week. Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  9. This looks extremely awesome and would love to have it.Wonderfully prepared

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  10. I love the turkey. Adorable. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  11. 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!!

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  12. I really like how you used the grapes for feathers- what a perfect and simple to make turkey!

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  13. 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 - http://livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/2011/11/thank-you-want-to-guest-post.html
    Beth =-)

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