Instead of the usual picture post I wanted to feature some awesome videos featuring plush! Please watch them, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
This is just the cutest thing in existence.†Aranzi Aronzo dolls making little versions of themselves!
The Maker featuring a doll made by the amazing Amanda Louise Spayd. It’s so hauntingly beautiful, I just become mesmerized when I watch it.
I had one more but it’s on Vimeo and wouldn’t embed. It’s the magical Steff Bomb in a timelapse of her making one of her carrot plushes! I love watching other people work.†Here is the link to it.
Chelsea Bloxsom is the woman behind Love & a Sandwich.†She is most known for making monsters out of faux fur, but has recently gotten into making embroidered and appliqued fanart on embroidery hoops! Her work can be found updated almost daily here!
I am obsessed with monsters, skeletons, and pumpkin flavored food. So obviously Halloween is my favorite holiday. Instead of waiting to do a Halloween feature for my October post, I decided to be impatient and show some Halloween plush now!
I love this demon plush named Bonjo Spiketooth by The Beast Peddler. It’s teeth are real coyote teeth!
This is such a good idea.†Make Your Own Gravestone Plush by Zombie Romance.†Personalize it to creep out your friends!
These are so awesome!†Bloody Blue Eyeball by Total Lost. Would make a great halloween decoration, or something to snuggle up with at night if you’re weird like that.
Dead Pumpkins by Musers. I’ve never seen something dead look so cute! I love the tongues and that she gave them different shapes. No pumpkin is the same!
I love these screenprinted Sugar Skellies plushes by Kat Brunnegraff!†So much that I own one myself.
I hope this post made you excited for Halloween, it sure did for me!
Chelsea Bloxsom is the woman behind Love & a Sandwich.†She is most known for making monsters out of faux fur, but has recently gotten into making embroidered and appliquťd fan art on embroidery hoops!†Her work can be found updated almost daily†here!
I’ve been making toys for about 5 years now, and I’ve seen so many other artists wonderful work throughout that time. But there is a list of fellow toy makers that stick out in my head from almost Day 1 that I have been infatuated/inspired by, and still am. Here are some of them!
Holly of A Little Stranger never ceases to amaze me in the amount of work and beautiful quality of work she is constantly pumping out!
I can’t even begin to describe how Felt Mistress’s work makes me feel. Every character she creates is so unique and full of detail. Her monster characters all have full outfits made!†They are no less than amazing.
Amanda Louise Spayd’s work feeds the side of me that loves darker and creepy work. Her creatures are a perfect mix of creepy and cute.
Robyn Fabsit’s style never seems to be tied down to one things, and I love that about her work. Each piece she puts out is something unexpected that I haven’t seen before.
Steff Bomb has always been awesome to me. She has mastered the simplistic plush style, and the super complicated like this AT-AT.
It’s hard to encapsulate such amazing artists in just one picture each, so I suggest you click their links to see more of their work!
Chelsea Bloxsom is the woman behind Love & a Sandwich.
She is most known for making monsters out of faux fur, but has recently gotten into making embroidered and appliqued fanart on embroidery hoops!¬† Her work can be found updated almost daily here!