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Ramesh from Sydney asked us to help bring his dinosaur artwork to life!
Melanie from Queensland asked us to help make a softie based upon her son, Lachlan’s cartoon character, Super Fat Guy. Lachlan turns 10 in November, and Melanie wanted his ‘Super Fat Guy’ to become a little more 3D to celebrate. We hope Lachlan loves his birthday present!
Narmin from Azerbaijan emailed us to help make a softie based upon her smiley face character. Here is our finished result:
Bob from Sydney asked us to assist him in making a few custom soft toys based upon their character for their upcoming workshops. He also asked us to add a pocket at the back that could fit some business cards. Here is our finished softie for Bob!
Yvonne from Singapore asked us to help make a custom plushie based upon their cartoon character, Shakebum. Here is our finished plushie!
Kristine from Sydney wanted us to help make a unique birthday present for her son, by making one of his drawing’s Chester into a custom softie. On Kristine’s request we also stitched Chester’s name into the bum of the softie. We hope that your son loves his birthday gift!
Clare sent us a beautiful creation by post that her daughter had drawn. The name of the drawing was Wild Things. We made sure we included all of the vibrant colour from the original drawing into our softie for Clare:
Kirsten emailed us to help make a special gift for her five year old niece Paige, in Scotland. Paige had been very specific in asking for a toy tiger, however it needed to be dark pink and black. We took the drawing below and changed the tiger’s skin colour to pink and we hope Paige [...]
Dean from Sydney had a personal cartoon character, operapus, a cross between a octopus and a platypus that he wanted created into a custom plushie. Here is Dean’s softie:
Jonathan from Singapore wanted to bring a cartoon creation that he was using for his upcoming wedding to life by making it into a custom soft toy. He also asked us to incorporate the design so that the two characters could hold hands – we added a little bit of velcro to help make this [...]