Checked print on table Hobby Lobby, firework scrapbook paper- Michaels
Dill buttons for plates found at Hobby Lobby, save the blister pack it has round mold from button. could be used for cakes or jello mold.
red chips with gold on outside are poker chips found at a variety store
small tupperware container found at Dollar Tree in craft area.
Potatoe Chips are Red or green pepper seeds toasted in the oven. A button is used for the bowel. The Potatoe chip package is one taken from the coupons in the weekly adds and glued on paper, filled with stuffing and given a coat of gloss Modge Podge.
The baked beans in a wooden bowl are mustard seeds colored with brown acrylic paint and then added to a small amount of brown glass glaze. Heap up into the bowel and when dry they will look like real baked beans with some of the sauce around the edges.
The potatoe salad is in a wood bowl. It is off white fimo that has been baked in a long square roll, and cut with a razor blade in chunks. Clear painting glaze, found in a tube in the acrylic section, has a little yellow and white paint mixed into it, add the chunks of fimo and heap into a bowl. The green and yellow pieces are from kushey balls found in the party section. They come all colors in a pack, look like they have tenicles, very soft and fun to squeeze. These come in handy to cut of little chucks for food, in jello, etc. They make them larger for kids to play with but you would have to purchase quite a few to get all the colors. I found mine at The Party Store, about the size of a quarter round and about 8 to a package.