bento 96 – pretty lambs

as mentioned in my previous post, i am going to prepare bento characters based on the ‘bento t-shirt’ for the next few days.

today’s the lamb,

and this is my interpretation.

in this bento, i cooked the egg white and yolk and separately. used cloud and round (one big and small) cutters to make the lamb. this was an easy charaben.

i spread a thin layer of butter on the top side of bread. my boy thought this was for his sis. yeah, this bento looked a little girlish, dont you think so? =) he insisted that i take the flower away, haha..

this is the mini version for k. her lamb had eye lashes – made with combining a star and circle punched nori.

i prepared a bento for myself too, packed from yesterday’s dinner – sambal ikan bilis (anchovies with onion) and teriyaki chicken. m-i-l steamed it for me this morning. cut mini flowers with the balance egg. one egg, three bentos. not bad eh? the red flower (apple) was recycled from my son’s bento. =) haha… also packed some slices of starfruit, apple and mini tomatoes (not shown) for a ‘balanced’ meal

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4 thoughts on “bento 96 – pretty lambs

  1. Hey, such a pretty lamb indeed!! So clever to use a spag strip to hold down the apple flower!!

    Hey, which cutter u used to cut the apple flower? So sweet!

    Btw, can u pls tell me which cutter u used to cut Bento 78B’s lamb’s ears??

    Tks dear!! 🙂

    1. Hi tona, the flower cutter came with the hello kitty onigiri set that I bought. I’ll post a picture of it in my next blog. Check it out later. The lamb’s ears were cut with a small circle cutter with ridges. =)

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