Sunday, August 10, 2008

Toast-its

After using the FoodWriters for the tattoo cookies, I began to wonder, what else could I use the markers for?

Toast-its: leave messages for family members at breakfast


claim your leftovers

We actually have a rule at our house that if the food isn't labeled with your name, it's fair game.

I could also see this used for dealing with roommates. For all they know, you used a sharpie.

protect key ingredients for dinner

There have been countless times in the process of cooking dinner that I discovered someone ate one of the key ingredients. So as far as I'm concerned, this last idea is practical.

What would you do with edible markers?

13 comments:

Momo Fali said...

I could leave my daughter notes in her lunchbox, without actually using paper?! Brilliant!

nobu said...

Message on the toast. I's nice!
I wonder what I should write.

Amber M. said...

FAB-U-LOUS. LOVE the last one. I'm with momo fali...I'd love to write Sam notes in his school lunch!

mayaluna said...

What great ideas! Sweet way to greet the day. The last photo had me laughing.

mushroommeadows said...

hahaha...i would use them on cookies and maybe make faces on peas. :)

kawaii crafter said...

mushroommeadows,

peas, just like your illustrations, love it

Ginger said...

To funny and toast was very cute!
Your so clever lol
hugs ginger

Erin said...

Very cute! I think I would make faces on fruit, or beards on bagels. Maybe even draw lady bugs on basil leaves. The possibilities are endless.

meg said...

I want to draw a chicken on that chicken leg.

Larissa said...

I had no idea these existed...genius! I would write "Don't Touch" on the cookies that are sitting in the pantry, tempting me. I suppose throwing them out would be an option too...

Creative Origins said...

These markers are fabulous!
Imagine the fridge in a college dorm, or shared apartment.
Sometimes kids eat something I was going to use for dinner, could save me some aggravation.
Thanks for sharing.

bunbun said...

i must have one!

Jenny, the Bloggess said...

This? Awesomeness.