Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For Wednesday Addams, Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: onigiri (rice balls), nori (seaweed), cheese, green beans, and brown sauce for dark circles.
    Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For The Big Bad Wolf and Lil Red Riding Hood, Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: one slice of bread, blueberries, toasted almonds, halved bread bun, jam, cream cheese, and peanut butter.
    Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For Breakfast at Tiffany's, Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: onigiri (rice balls), nori (seaweed), cheese, and Pocky.
    Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For Fred Flinstone, Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: onigiri (rice balls), omelet, nori (seaweed), broccoli, and cheese.
    Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For I Love you to the Moon and Back, Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: onigiri (rice balls), string beans, cherry tomatoes, and an omelet.
    Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For Princess Merida from "Brave," Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: onigiri (rice balls), genelli pasta with tomato sauce, nori (seaweed), cheese, and fried spaghetti.
    Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For Owl Always Love You, Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: onigiri (rice balls), zucchini, cheese, nori (seaweed), snow peas, shrimp tempura, and carrots.
    Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For I am Miffy, Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: onigiri (rice balls), green leafy vegetable, nori (seaweed), and cherry tomatoes.
    Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For Arc de Triomphe, Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: pancakes, an assortment of fruit, chocolate icing, and she said she used a squeeze bottle to make the shapes on the pancakes.
    Samantha Lee
  • Creative Food Art

    For Welcome in Nederland, Samantha Lee used the following ingredients: bread, cream cheese, nutella, peanut butter, chocolate and red icings, shredded wheat, and a green apple.
    Samantha Lee
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