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how to make a kirby sandwich July 26, 2009

Posted by AnnaTheRed in how-to (all), how-to - characters (Ghibli, video game, Wall-E).
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I’ve already made a Kirby rice ball, but I wanted to make Kirby with more accessible food materials for those people who don’t eat rice regularly.

[How to make a Kirby sandwich]
– bread
– ham (2 ~ 3 slices)
– cheese
– seaweed
– *mayonnaise
– *ketchup
*optional

1. Use a strip cut from a plastic bottle (see “how to make Totoro sandwich” to see how I made a cutter from a plastic bottle) to cut bread into circle. You can use a glass or mug for this too.

2. Using the same cutter, cut a slice of ham.

3. Cut a slice of cheese with a smaller circular or oblong cutter. I used the plastic bottle strip for this too.

4. Cut cheese for his mouth. I used an oblong cutter and cut it in half.

6. Cut out seaweed for Kirby’s eyes. *You can put ketchup on the tip of a tooth pick and put it on Kirby’s cheeks, and mayonnaise for the sparkle in his eyes, but this is optional.

5. If you have extra ham, you can cut ham with a strip of plastic or plastic bottle cap to make his hands, but this is totally optional.

And here’s happy Kirby!

And “?” Kirby.

How to make a Kirby sandwich on my flickr

For more pictures of my bento, visit Bento! set and Bento details! set on my flickr page.

If you have any questions about any of my how-to’s, please feel free to leave a comment or email me!

Comments»

1. silvyapatricia - July 27, 2009

Wow!!! Sugoi !!!!
This is wonderful !!! its so kawaiiiiiiii!!!!!
I love it!!!

Thanks for sharing it !!!

2. LUBY - July 27, 2009

SIMPATICISSIMO!
^_^

3. fossettes - July 27, 2009

Very usefull. Kids will love it! thanks for tutoring!

4. JayNightwind - July 27, 2009

Great. I’ll totally try this.

5. Eat. Travel. Eat! - July 27, 2009

Beautiful! I especially like the happy kirby. So cute eyes🙂.

6. Kel - July 27, 2009

I’d tried just tried Kirby in bento for my daughter yesterday, she loves it!

7. Anitza - July 28, 2009

I know people steal your stuff all the time, but I wanted to let you know that someone posted your mushroom pics and didn’t give credit:

I have been following you for a long time and admire your creations.

AnnaTheRed - July 28, 2009

Hi Anitza
Thank you for letting me know! (I removed the website address) I left a comment on their site, and emailed them to remove all the pictures. Unfortunately, a lot of people think anything on internet is free to be re-posted anywhere. Oh well. =/ Anyway, thanks again!

8. Zoé - July 28, 2009

So pretty.

I’ve tagged you with the I love your blog award.

Best, Zoé

9. Anon - July 28, 2009

Yuck! Kirby looks kind of ill. I liked the rice ball one much better. This one looks quite disgusting thanks to the marbled look of the ham.

10. Anon - July 28, 2009

Okay, if you look closely, the riceball one is marbled as well. Isn’t there a more even colored alternative to ham available?

AnnaTheRed - July 28, 2009

Hi Anon
I’m sorry that my choice of ham for Kirby was disgusting to you.
>Isn’t there a more even colored alternative to ham available?
I’m sure there is. Go to a grocery store and look around. You may find a better food/material for Kirby.

11. Gaby! - August 30, 2009

^_^ I LOVE IT!! It’s SOO cute! You have great ideas!!!!!!


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