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How To Make Your Own Teddy Bear

Teddy Bear

Never a dull day for a warm fluffy buddy that will give a special someone hugs of love. Its touching and sweet how a bundle of stuffed toys can help a kid be happy. Well not only the kids but parents as well, there is never a dull moment. The most important and loving thing to do is learn how to make your own teddy bear.

Well if we look at it in general we target kids with teddies because they are toys but in actual fact there are so many older people that still collect teddies and some of them that still have the teddy they grew up with from the time they were small. The beauty of it is that it so easy to make you very own.

Online sites are provided that teach us how to make a stuffed toys. Internet is world wide there are even video tutorials or articles and downloads that provide more information. There are libraries with exiting craft books and there are also magazines that sometimes provide crafts in them and on a lucky occasion you'd be able to find one.

To create the body the most important thing to have is the stuffing to shove inside. There are many options either cotton wool or sponge or even old pieces of material but a whole lot of them. Some create it with beans or tiny little beads and it feels so much stronger more hard and firm.

Making a teddy is so simple though, it doesn't take rocket science to figure it out. Once you familiar with different texture and colors and you have chosen then you set to go. Its easier if there is a pattern to follow simply because all needed to be done is trace and cut the shapes the rest cutting and sowing is pretty simple.

Its amazing to get involved in a sewing clubs where there are people making these bears for family members or gifts. Here they teach you how to sew and a teddy is always the simpler thing to make. And when its done, it will be awesome to look at your very own creation. All the hard work put into making it

Making a teddy it rare its even better than going to a shop to purchase it. They mostly symbolize love and the most you'll see one is on valentines day. And if willing to go the extra mile making a.

The ones that we draw on come in a package with crayons so a child is able to color it in and create it to the desired as they prefer. But everyone will agree that the fluffy ones are the best. Nothing better than being attached by fur. Warm fuzzy little creature that's what it feels like.

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