Friday, April 23, 2010

Embroidered Wonder Bread

How do you embroider Wonder Bread? Very, very carefully. How long do they last? I have a couple of slices that are over four years old that look just like new. Note the homage to Van Gogh's "Starry Night" in position three below.







15 comments:

  1. These are just WONDERful. Also love the fish.

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  2. These are totally awesome! I especially like number 4 down - it looks like a baby chick to me. You're very clever and talented!

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  3. What were you smokin when you decided to embroider wonder bread? :)

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  4. such a sweet idea )
    I love it

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  5. That's one way to add fiber to your diet.

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  6. Lovely embroidery work .... but I just have to ask -- why on bread?

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  7. Why on bread? Click on the topic "Wonder" on this blog and you'll see that the embroidered bread is just one part of a larger project/art book dealing with using wonder bread as the focal point for art work in any number of ways. There's more of an explanation in the very first Wonder Bread post.

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  8. Wouldn't like to spread butter on it.

    And even forbid you stuck them in your toaster

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  9. Oh my god!!! Es precioso!! ImaginaciĆ³n maravillosa!

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  10. Great website, looks very clean and organized. Keep up the good work!

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  11. I just love your slices of bread.
    Its wonderful.

    Beaut Rockabilly

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  12. this is the greatest thing since sliced bread!

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  13. That something I had never thought of!

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