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Posts tagged ‘Pea’

Podliness

Peas in pods are so cute! So here are a bunch more:

Two Peas in a Pod - gorgeous little vege-babies for your nature table display!

Pod babies from Secret Garden at Felt.

Peas In Pod Stress Toys

Pea in pod stress toys from Fresh Promotions.

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Pea pod cushion from Janet’s Creative Pillows.

Pod Props

There is something that is just so cute about peas in a pod.

Pea Pod play set - three peas in a pod

Pea pod play set.

Pea baby in a pod bed - carry along companion

Pea pod carry along Pea baby in bed.

pea pod for baby -  A photographer's prop or just perfectly sweet...

Pea pod for baby and three litlle peas - photography prop or just perfectly sweet

Pea pod photo props. It’s even weighted so that it doesn’t roll around!

All found at Greenmanshop at Etsy.

Toy Food

I forgot that I had seen this in a while, but here is Neil Cicierega’s (of Harry Potter Puppet Pals fame) song featuring toy food.

Not real food. Do not eat.

And now to go crazy entering all the tags….

These food puppets are supposed to be educational and used to teach kids about healthy food. But I would just get distracted doing silly voices. Also… I have this imagery of a child crying after being told to “eat me most!” by one of the veges.

Fruit and Vegetable Puppet Sets

From Neat Solutions.

Before starting this blog, we had a look for other blogs that did ‘Things that look like food’. The only thing that I really found that I liked was this post over at Kaboodle by soofaye.

I love the peas in a pod necklace  from shanalogic that was in the list:

Peas in a Pod Necklace

So lets look at some other peas in a pod.

Stress Relieving Edamame Bean Stress Relieving Edamame Bean

Ok, so it’s beans not peas – but these things are so cute. Edamame bean stress reliever at Amazon.

Angelbean had these salt and pepper shakers and candles sets listed as wedding favours!

They are really cute.. but I’m not sure I would want my guests feeling like they were in the vegetable aisle of the supermarket… or do I?