Seuss-a-palooza

February 28, 2012

So it’s Dr Seuss week in bento land. I wasn’t sure I would get another one in so I went for the whole shebang all in one. Big thanks to Karen from What’s in John’s Lunch Bag for talking me through my perfectionism-inspired creative block!

Blue Goo made from naturally dyed mung bean noodles, goo goose cheese sandwich, green egg fish, goldfish (naturally colored, who knew?!) and strawberry and cream cheese cat hats

This lunch is part of a bento hop with a Seuss theme started by Bento Bloggers and Friends. Check out Bobbi’s Seusstacular creation!

 

28 Responses to “Seuss-a-palooza”

  1. Jenn Says:

    It looks awesome! You did a wonderful job with so many Suess inspired items :D


  2. so great, love the blue goo!! perfect!

  3. Jennifer H Says:

    Wonderful job!! It looks great!

  4. Keitha Says:

    You are so creative, love this lunch!


  5. This is great, I love ur blue goo!!

    • llatorre Says:

      Thanks! I needed a lighter shade of fruit leather to get the words to pop but the natural blue was the perfect shade!

  6. kandi Says:

    i love the bird! and the blue goo- genius!

  7. Rina Says:

    Love the blue goo, everything is very nice as always :)


  8. Love that you did an all in one bento. The goo goose and blue goo is awesome!

  9. Lori Says:

    I LOVE the blue goo!!


  10. I absolutely love the blue goo! Amazing idea!

  11. Nina Says:

    Love your lunch! The blue goo is amazing but so is the Goo-Goose :)


  12. Great. Now my daughter wants me to make one just like it. Thanks a lot. :P

  13. Cristi Says:

    Your blue goo is perfection! Lovely lunch all in all :)

  14. Bobbi Says:

    Awesome! Great job!

  15. Crystal Says:

    LOVE the raspberry idea!

    • llatorre Says:

      Thanks Crystal! I totally stole the idea of stacking berries with something white from a bunch of other folks. I wish I had had white cream cheese, but the pink was close enough!


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