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Scarlet Macaw Bento by mindfire3927 Scarlet Macaw Bento by mindfire3927
Finally got a chance to make an animal bento! A little bummed that my box is so small--couldn't cram half the food I wanted into it :(

LEFT: Scarlet macaw made from bell peppers, eggplant, and blue egg sheet on stir fry pork branch, with rice of course :D

RIGHT: hibiscus cup (carved from potato and painted with food color) of chili bean dipping sauce, beef spring roll, and rainbow of fruit (strawberry, grapefruit, pineapple, melon, blueberry, grape) LOL :D



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:icontamilucis:
Your Macaw is awesome, but I had to search for a few words, most of all the blue egg, for we don't have such chicken species in my country (or at least I've never heard about it).
Amazing.
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:iconmindfire3927:
Thanks very much! :D
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squiggles97 May 18, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
so colorful!! i WUV it!!!
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:iconmindfire3927:
Thank you very much!! :D
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squiggles97 May 21, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
^^ yeps
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:iconprincesspoutee:
Wow. Very artist. i need to practice more. Would love to see a peacock (my favourite).
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:iconmindfire3927:
Thanks very much! I'm actually planning on doing a peacock in the future to go with the wooden peacock bento box I made :D
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:iconprincesspoutee:
i'm so excited! I can't wait to see, i'm gonna watch you now.

BTW, saw the box and LOVED it. So jealous. i might just have to make one myself. What did you use?
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:iconmindfire3927:
So glad you liked it!

It was a premade craft box I found at Hobby Lobby craft store, and then I used pieces of craft wood (also found there) to make the inserts and then woodburned/stained/glossed.
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