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Banana Dolphins in the Sea of Grapes

Banana Dolphins in the Sea of Grapes

Reddit user Kingpixels posted this beautiful food art of banana dolphins done by his mom. The dolphins floating in the sea of grapes and also holding grapes in their mouth.

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Shots Arranged As Super Mario in Party

Super Mario Themed Shots Arranged in Party

According to reddit user wickstone, the party was arranged by his best friend, who apparently as a good host decided to arrange shots in the shape of Mario. He posted another image, showing the glasses go out real fast.

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Little Nummies: Creative Food Art by Kellie Stickland

Funny Food: Little Nummies

Little Nummies is a creative food art series by mother of three girls, Kellie Stickland. Everyday she comes up with new food art ideas for her girls to eat meal.

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Celebrity Portraits Made From Noodles & Soy Sauce

Instant noodle makers, Kabuto Noodles, called for submissions of all manner of “noodle art” as a fun social media activity. Using the hashtag #NoodleDoodle many fans have been sending pictures of their noodle art but one artist Sarah King created the celebrity faces using actual noodles and soy sauce. These delicious portraits include “Ramen Gosling”, “Miley Soyrus” and “Harry Styles of Wok Direction”, which bear an uncanny resemblance to their celebrity namesakes.

Sarah said: “I love making art in unusual ways, so when I saw Kabuto Noodles’ #NoodleDoodle entries on Facebook I was inspired to create my own noodle masterpieces. Fortunately I’m a huge Kabuto fan so I had enough pots in my kitchen cupboard to make all of my favorite celebs.”

Harry Styles

Noodle Doodle: Celebrity Portraits Made From Noodles & Soy Sauce

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Couple Create Life-Size Severed Heads Wedding Cake

Couple create gruesome wedding cake made of their own bloody severed heads

A film buff couple had a gruesome wedding cake made of their own severed heads. Natalie Sideserf, 28, a cake artist spent forty hours creating the cake to match her movie-themed wedding. Both heads are lifelike, with blank soulless eyes, hair matted with blood and bleeding severed necks. She said they chose it because her husband David Sideserf, 30, is a fan of scary movies.

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