Archive for the 'plushie' Category

Plain and Simple – The Willow Tree

I am really drawn to The Willow Tree’s plushies. No frills, yet fully charming and inviting.

http://www.thewillowtree.etsy.com

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Love Straight from the Heart – Shannon Gerard

Plushies for the not so squirmish.

http://shannongerard.etsy.com

Make Way for Baby – Baby Jives

Baby Jives is everywhere nowadays and for good reason.

The mobiles by Baby Jives are oddly realistic in the most whimsical way. They definitely keep your eye for much more than a fleeting second. Marketed for nurseries but more than acceptable for any and every room of the house.

http://www.babyjives.com

http://www.babyjives.etsy.com

DIY – Baby Boom – Hop Skip Jump

There is a small baby boom happening in my circle of friends. Since my last trip home to the US, there have been five babies born and there should be three more born by the time I make my next trip in April. My suitcase (and wallet) are only so big, so I decided to make some gifts and have settled upon this lovely Rufus Dog Doll. How cute!

http://www.skiphopjump.typepad.com

Top of the Coop – Swirlyarts

Swirlyarts makes these cheeky chickens to be used as either a doorstop or a smaller version to be used as a pincushion/paperweight.  They are so cute, you may consider turning your home into a chicken coop. 

http://www.folksy.com/shops/swirlyarts

http://www.swirlyarts.etsy.com

DIY – Denyse Schmidt Scottie Dog

Who doesn’t worship Denyse Schmidt and the quilts she sleeps under? She is offering a free download of a patched Scottie dog plushie on her site.

http://dsquilts.com

One Up – Peculiar Pets

How fun is it that not only are these one ups, but that you can see what is in their bellies!

http://peculiar-pets.com


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