For as long as I can remember, my girls have always loved play food. Even though they're big girls now, they've been begging me to get Brady some play food, not just for him, but because they wanted to play with it, too. When Silhouette sent me some of their new Heat Transfer Fabric Interfacing <that's an affiliate link>, it took me a while to figure out what to do with it. But I like a challenge, so I accepted the product and forced myself to get creative to put it to good use.
Sometimes my creative brain isn't the only one involved in projects, and this is a good example. Lots of times I gather up my girls and we throw out every idea that comes to mind, whether it's silly, too hard, or even kinda lame. When Lala asked, "What about play food?" I immediately said, "YES!" And that my friends is what we spent the next several hours doing. If your kiddos are old enough to cut paper, then they can help you with this project. And then they get to play with it for a long time afterwards. I do believe that is the definition of a win/win.
And... for all of those out there who don't have a machine but would still love to try some Silhouette goodies, this project is for you! So, let's make some play food, shall we?