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  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE these, Danya!
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  2. Lisa

    They are awesome. I made lady bugs out of babybell cheese once. It was healthy and looked awesome. These are such a great idea. Have your put your link to this on PInterest? I think they NEED to be there 🙂

  3. Have a laugh on me

    These are cool, my son actually wanted me to buy some for Kinder lunches but I didn't because they aren't cheap (as you will know) and he eats half and stops! And yes PFFFFT to lots of healthy party food, as long as there is some fruit 🙂


  4. Very cute idea! I just know I would eat all the cheese in the production phase though! Loooooove cheese!
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  5. Cooker and a Looker

    What a fabulous idea. I'd buy them as a party snack, but I'm too cheap to buy them for school lunches – hi Em! My kids have to settle for a hunk of cheese cut off the block and wrapped in foil!

    Super dooper clever. I bet these go crazy on pinterest! xx
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  6. So, so cute!
    You know, I have this really embarrassing first date story. I was in Japan and because I had never tried Babybel ever I actually started eating the red wax! Ahems. Needless to say, the date did not turn out to be my husband 🙂
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  7. Oh that's a super cool idea!!

  8. kazatmeltingmoments

    Adorable! Pinning for Dora's Monster's themed bday party 🙂
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  9. mummywifeme

    I saw these on your FB today! Such a fun idea 🙂


  10. So much fun!!!!!! My daughter loves this cheese. What a fun surprise for her lunch box.


  11. These are great Danya! Saw them and shared on FB 😀
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  12. What kid wouldn't want to find this in thier lunchbox!! Thank you for linking up to the Thoughful Spot Weekly Blog Hop!


  13. These are seriously adorable!!!
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  14. Danya Banya

    Thanks Erin!

  15. tavette

    Each face is so different & unique – love that! Got to your site via Kitchen Fun with my 3 sons. If the cheese is expensive (???) you could make the faces as the center piece and then have chunks of regular cheese with toothpicks surrounding the center piece. They're just too cute to eat anyway and they come all the way from Austraiia – wow.

    Tavette – S. Florida (hope others will include their location so you can see how far away your creations have reached)


  16. These are so stinkin' cute! How creative you are, Danya! Thanks for linking up on Makeovers & Motherhood's Welcome Party Wednesday Link-Up! Definitely pinned as a Fun Kid Food!
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