Ed Mironiuk is an artist, illustrator and needle felter. His background in animation and digital art gives him a great eye for creating adorable characters like the cute felt food pictured above. Who can resist a tasty dessert with a toothy grin? Find more on his website and Instagram.
Droolwool is the work of fiber artist Maria Filipe Castro (previously featured). Her adorable creatures are inspired by a love of cartoons and all things kawaii. Many of her characters put a fun twist on familiar treats, like the little ice cream scoopsies pictured above. Find more sweet felt food on her website and Instagram.
Hanna Dovhan (previously featured) is perhaps best known for her lovely avocados, but she has a knack for pairing up all kinds of snacks. Her felt food is seldom solo – it comes in cute couples and happy families! Find more in her shop.
Inspired to try making some adorable felt food items yourself? Check out maqaroon on Youtube! It doesn’t get much simpler than this cookie tutorial, which starts with a foam base so you don’t have to worry about sculpting the wool into shape! Hungry for more? Check out the rest of her needle felting tutorials!
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