Plush Delights – Favourite Film Fan Art


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Happy, happy, October is here!
That wonderful month that brings us fall colours, pumpkin spice treats and best of all, Halloween.
So, I thought I would feature some Etsy finds of fan art plush from some favourite Halloween-ish themed movies. Tim Burton featuring heavily of course!
A slightly different take on this Corpse bride doll by DayDreamsByBren of California. her face is beautifully painted with a sugar skull.

 


Sugar Skull Corpse Bride by DayDreamsByBren
While Frankenweenie isn’t my favourite film I did love the scaredy cat character. This version is by ToxicMoxDesigns from Ohio.

 

White Scaredy Cat by ToxicMoxDesigns
To continue with the cat theme this Chesire Cat with his moulded face and paws and his adorably plump furry body is perfect down to the last detail. He is made by the incredibly talented Sukhanov of the Ukraine. Check out the rest of his shop for other amazing works of art.

 

Cheshire cat by Sukhanov
The Nightmare Before Christmas is suck a classic film an I love how authentic this Oogie Boogie looks, he is made by New York artist MayhemBabies.

 

Oogie Boogie by MayhemBabies
Russian artist SincereMasterpieces makes different versions of the black cat from Coraline. He comes in different sizes and wired for posability or a more huggable non-wired cat. She also makes Coraline dolls.

 

Coraline Cat by SincereMasterpieces
I have saved my favourite till last, I just love these sandworms of Beetlejuice fame by TavingtonCrafts of the UK, they are making me want to wear my sandworm t-shirt!

 

Sandworms by tavingtoncrafts

 

 

 

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Becky Gould is the big kid behind Scrumptious Delight. Working from her home in Vancouver, BC she makes plush toys and soft sculptures that combine a love of food, all things furry and an unnatural appreciation of small appliances.


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Becky Gould is the big kid behind Scrumptious Delight. Working from her home in Vancouver, BC she makes plush toys and soft sculptures that combine a love of food, all things furry and an unnatural appreciation of small appliances.
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