Here are some pictures:
In this one, day four is represented (light, the sky, land and sea, plants, and sun and moon and stars have been created).
Here is day 5: birds and sea creatures, fish
And day 6 part one: land animals
Adam and Eve have some skins on . . . this is getting a little bit ahead in the story, but oh, well . . .
Here is a close-up picture with people and animals together (this time they are on a brown rug, instead of a blue felt board):
For Adam and Eve, I used the "cookie people"- shaped patterns from Fuzzle Family Felt pattern set, available from either Gentle Shepherd or Fuzzlemania. The tree shown in the earlier Adam and Eve picture is from that set, too.
This creation felt set is bright and colorful, and the pieces are easy to handle (most things are sewn with a double layer of felt so they are sturdy and can be played with off the felt board, too). It was a joy to make this set-- and it came together pretty quickly because I already had a lot of sewn animals in my felt toys inventory-- the only ones I needed to sew were the fish and birds and dinosaur. The piece that took the longest to make was the bright green tree with all the parts hanging down. It is an interesting tree to look at, though-- I think it is worth the extra time.
Have you ever wanted to make a Bible story felt set? I hope these pictures give you some ideas. The story of Creation is a fun one for kids to help tell, too (putting up the pieces either with or for you).
Day 6 part 2: people