Grab thick slices of bread and cut out circles a little bigger than your template. Butter them.
First, cut out the main face shape from a slice of beef and lay on the butter bread disc.
Next, cut out a shape for the ear detail using ham and position in place.
Cut the mouth shape from a slice of chicken and position in place on your sandwich.
Cut out the eyes from a piece of cheese or chicken.
Add the pupils, eyelashes and whiskers using an edible black marker.
Repeat until you have 6 Jerry mouse sandwiches for your Tom & Jerry afternoon tea.
How to make mini cheese wedgesFor the cartoon-like mini cheese wedges, I grabbed a pack of emmental slices, stacked them up and cut them into strips, then into triangles like so.Turn the triangular stacks on their sides and voila! Adorable little Swiss cheese wedges.How to make cucumber sandwichesFor the cucumber sandwiches , cut out circles of bread of a similar size to your cucumber, butter, then top with cucumber slices. They're lovely and refreshing.How to make the mini sconesFinally, I used this recipe to make the scones (you can use dairy butter and milk, if you like) and then simply cut the scones with a small 3cm (1 and 1/4 inch) cutter. Cute and delicious!Food waste tip!Don't throw away your bread offcuts. Pop them in the blender, whizz to a crumb, transfer to a ziplock bag and freeze so you have fresh breadcrumbs on hand the next time you need them.