19 December 2016

Rudolph The Red Nosed Plushie

Hello there, today I have some cuteness to share with you in the form of a Rudolph plushie. I made four of these this year, three for gifts and of course, I had to make one for myself too! ;)
 

I started off by cutting the Simon Says Stamp Plush Deer from various colours of felt. Using embroidery floss, I stitched the deer together. Before stitching the body together, I added toy filling in.
 
 
The collar was stuck on with felt glue and then I added black enamel dots for the eyes and red sparkly ones for the noses. They are only about 5" tall (including the antlers) but oh so cute!
 
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I really enjoyed making these and since they are so small, they didn't take too long to make either. I hope the recipients like them as much as I do! Thank you so much for visiting me today. I hope you have a great week!

5 comments:

  1. I love it - you are super super kind! I had no idea you could get felt glue though, so I'm off to search for that. The felt is lovely an I need to check out that company - the colours are beautiful! Thank you so much again xxx

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  2. A lovely, thoughtful and sweet gift.

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  3. This is just too darn cute! Merry Christmas.

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  4. This is one of the cutest plushies I have seen! Love it, it's gorgeous, and makes a perfect gift. And they are fun to sew right? I had an little elephant sent to me by a crafty friend this year, ready for sewing and I really enjoyed putting it together! Xx

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  5. Awwww he just melts your heart! You could sell these! I'd buy them for family to put on their trees! :)

    Big hugs
    Roni :D xox

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