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Malva’s Midnight Ride PDF Print E-mail

“Malva’s Midnight Ride”This 8-inch kitten is a little witch in training who is longing to make her first midnight trip around the world.


“Malva’s Midnight Ride” is a project that can be completed by even a beginner sewer with some basic knowledge of sewing skills.

Artful Expressions PDF Print E-mail

Jack says their “Pimki Pie” teddy bear, who lives in his handcrafted pumpkin, may be their current favorite design. However, he notes, “We are constantly creating new designs along with new outfits and new ideas, so there really is no favorite that lasts for a long time.”Finhold Gallery’s tiny teddies are packed with personality.


Jack and Marion Finhold bring their passion and strong creative instincts to everything they do. From Jack’s flair for experimentation in the kitchen and mastery of several musical instruments to Marion’s love of the written word (their house is filled with her collection of books) and talent for knitting, the couple’s artistry comes together to make some of the world’s most captivating teddy bears.

Call of the Wild PDF Print E-mail

Meet dapper “Anda Panda.” He is mohair and five-way jointed. Dressed to impress, Anda longingly looks up with his soulful hand-painted eyes. His feet are weighted with beans and his shoes keep him balanced, despite his larger-than-life head. He holds a walking stick in one hand and a poseable puppy in the other.Shelly Lampshire answers her unrelenting urge to create and to entertain.


Fabric artist Shelly Lampshire was born and raised in Port Huron, Mich. Note that the word “raised” is used, not “grew up,” for in many ways, the 38-year-old Lampshire is still a big kid at heart. If “growing up” implies a conservative, buttoned-down way of life, Lampshire is the complete opposite. She is open-minded and ready to tackle anything. She is a free spirit, a dreamer, a visionary and an eternal optimist.

2008 Golden Teddy Awards PDF Print E-mail

The best of the best were acknowledged at the Doll and Teddy Bear EXPO's Gala Dinner Banquet in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 9, 2008. After tallying the votes for the 2008 Golden Teddy Awards, 15 wonderful creations came out on top. The winners are listed in bold.

Strokes of Genius PDF Print E-mail

“My boxes vary in size from 3 inches to 12 inches. All are different shapes and different materials, as well as hinged or lidded,” Donna Armstrong explains. “My miniature boxes can be found online for $10 to $30.”Teddy Bear Review senior contributor Stephanie Finnegan canvasses the bear world to find enterprising artists and their unique artistic impressions.


When a bear artist feels compelled to try her hand at an alternative to a traditional teddy bear, where does she turn for a muse? The answer, surprisingly, is not very far from her studio’s workspace.

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