Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Vixen Sandwich

 I'm so proud of my little Vixen sandwich. I asked Miss M what she'd like for lunch on her last daycare day and after some careful consideration she replied 'A Vixen sandwich'.

Not entirely sure how I was going to accomplish that I sought guidance from Google. Let's just say I don't think anyone has made a children's reindeer Vixen sandwich before. . .
I used my pocket sandwich cutter as a decruster on a slice each of white & multigrain. Cut out the reindeer and flipped them before filling with ham & cheese. Some of the off cut crusts were used to fill the bottom of the box and to highlight Vixen's name which was cut from cheese.

I uses some nori with a punch for the eye and some ham with a mini flower cutter for the bow.

 I'm kind of chuffed with how the skirt worked out! I drew inspiration from My Little Pony for that one. 
Tonight the ham just fell into place beautifully! I secured it with some raw spaghetti. Two pieces to hold it together and one piece to stick it to the sandwich.

To those who are celebrating Christmas may it be as Merry as you desire. To those who aren't, may you find some joy in the holiday season.

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Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. This post was written for Loving Lunches. No product was received for this post. All opinions expressed are my own, based on personal experience with the product.

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