Please meet the latest bear to come out of the studio, Cuddles!
Cuddles has not had his formal photo session yet, but is available for adoption during this sneak preview!
Little Cuddles has been ADOPTED, thank you!
Little Cuddles measures 5 1/2″ tall standing (and CAN stand all by himself) 4 1/2″ sitting.
He was created out of the softest light honey synthetic with white tips. His face has been carefully hand trimmed and shaded to bring out his personality. He has ultrasuede foot pads, shiny black glass eyes and a silvery snowflake around his neck.
Cuddles has been filled with tons of tiny hugs, and also fiberfill and tiny steel pellets so that he has a nice hefty weight regardless of his size.
Well, today is October 26th… but is it too early to start making Christmas bears? I hope not because I have begun! I just have so many ideas that I have to start now if I want to get them all created 🙂
Please meet Candy Sugar Buttons! He’s a one of a kind Christmas Pixie Bear. I just love creating these little guys and I hope you enjoy seeing them. See the New Bears page to adopt this little guy.
If you are on the Teddies by Laura Lynn newsletter, you know that I have been busy making many smaller artist bears lately. Well today I decided to dust off the larger bear making supplies and work on a bigger bear! Here is a sneak peek of this “work in progress”. His fur comes from a lovely recycled faux fur coat. Be sure to join the newsletter if you want to know when he is available for adoption!
Today my heart is just so very full that I had to post.
Last Monday, my boyfriend hit his head very hard during a fall and landed in the ER. Thankfully no fluid on the brain, no cracks in the scull. But for the whole week he was having a very hard time with dizziness and then nausea. He saw a doc and was diagnosed and treated for a form of positional vertigo. He has to stay home for 3 more days and has restrictions on movement. Thankfully I have been able to be there for him to to help with whatever needs doing.
3+ years ago my Mother had a brain aneurysm burst and was in the ICU for a month, another month in the hospital and 5 months in rehab. I was so happy to be able to be there with her at the hospital every day for 2 months, then 2-3 times a week for 5 months at the rehab center 90 minutes away.
Quite a while ago my daughter was in high school…. right about when I started to go full time with bears. For the first time in her life, I was able to be there for her after school. I remember telling her that I was sorry I wasn’t there after school for her when she was younger. She told me not to worry about it, that she REALLY liked coming home now and being able to talk with me about her day.
If it were not for all of my wonderful teddy bear collectors… NONE of this would have been possible! I would have had to go to work. Thank you!!!!