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Monday, February 18, 2013

DoodleHugs: Turn Your Child's Drawing into a Huggable Keepsake Toy - Review & Giveaway - ends 3/8 US/CAN


With having six children, I have so many little drawings, some up and others put away, for a remembrance of the times my children were young. Every now and then, I go through them all and reminice about them. I have loved looking at my children's drawings, but have always wished for a different way to show off these treasures. I think I have been shown the answer: DoodleHugs!



Have you ever dreamed of a different way to show off your pride and joy's drawings? Have your child's drawing turned into a Plush Toy with DoodleHugs! DoodleHugs takes your little angel's work of art into a huggable lovable toy. DoodleHugs is the inspiration of Karon Winter.

Karon Winter
Your child's artwork is my inspiration to craft a soft, huggable toy. I will reproduce the design as close as possible using colorful soft fabrics. These custom made soft toys are one of a kind.

I have been a crafter for over 30 years. My hobbies are crafting, sewing and crocheting - usually with my own designs. My craft designs have been featured in national publications.

I have made numerous toys for children and I love seeing them smile with that first big hug.  All DoodleHugs are proudly made in the USA. DoodleHugs FAQ


I was very interested when Karon first contacted me about making a plush toy out of one of my children's drawings.  We all went through quite a bit of artwork.  There were so many pictures that would have been beautiful toys, but we finally took a vote and settled for just one--a picture of a colorful unicorn.  It was drawn by one of my daughters when she was eight years old.


DoodleHugs took this drawing and crafted a darling stuffed toy unicorn for her.  Karon did an excellent job!  I love the results of her workmanship.


Didn't this drawing become a superb stuffed toy!  The detail is amazing, and the main and tail just glow.  My daughter absolutely loves it, and gave her seal of approval.  It has been gracing her bed since we received it.


Karon from DoodleHugs can turn almost any work of art that your child creates into a custom stuffed toy for your youngster, or as a memorable keepsake for you or for grandparents to enjoy.  The price for a soft toy varies depending on the complexity of your child's drawing, and start at only $65.  The price that Karon would have charged for the Unicorn would have been $100.   Below are two examples that would be $65.  Each toy is custom made and will take 2-6 weeks to make.

These are just too cute!

It was such a clever idea of Karon's to create DoodleHugs.  What child would not want to see one of their drawings made into an actual toy to play with?  For me, it's so great to see one of my children's drawings come to life.

Go ahead and bring one of your child's works of art into a soft plush toy to play with or to keep as a keepsake, it is so easy to order.   Just head on over to DoodleHugs today, fill out your information, upload your child's drawing, and Karon will get back to you with a quote.   Shipping anywhere in the US is only $10.

Keep up with Karon's latest works by following DoodleHugs on Facebook.


With many thanks to Karon of DoodleHugs, one person is going to win a custom toy from a child's drawing, a prize value worth at least $65, but could be more if it's complex.  This giveaway will end on March 11, 2013, and is open to residents of the US and Canada.
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79 comments:

  1. I would have my son make a new picture if we won, but he has a two headed creature drawing on the fridge that would be cute.

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  2. I would have her make a picture of a horse that my niece made! She would love it!

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  3. Chi-Chi the mouse. She's kinda a re-occurring drawing. Either her or Mr. Buzz-off (the 3 eyed bumble bee that is usually drawn wearing roller skates). I don't even question it any more. :D

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  4. ohh this is adorable! I'm not sure, he draws what looks like monsters. lol :)

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  5. My little guy has so many different drawings that I am not sure at this point! Maybe one of super hero or robot drawings!

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  6. My Sawyer is always drawing these interesting firetrucks. It might be fun to have one come to life as a stuffed toy! I just LOVE this idea. :)

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  7. What a cute idea! My daughters would LOVE this!

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  8. My younger son made a very cute picture of cats that are very colorful and would make a great stuffed toy!

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  9. My daughter loves to draw pictures of her grandmother's Chihuahua, Beau. That would be a great keepsake!

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  10. I have a great drawing of an angel that would be perfect! glickgirls@gmail.com

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  11. she draws a really cute dog!!



    Jackiekatie1105@yahoo.ca

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  12. a picture of a puppy that was so cute

    sandradavis07 at comcast dot net

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  13. oh how cute. my grandson drew a picture of me and I absolutely love it I have it on my refrigerator. That would be a great doll for me to make , so I can remember it forever. Thanks

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  14. My daughter draws some seriously wacky robots. I twould be hard to choose one.

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  15. My Son painted a picture of his Father when he was 2... looks like a frog & I love it :)

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  16. My son would like his robot drawing made into a stuffed creature.

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  17. I'd have my daughter draw a picture. She would probably draw a horse or cat!

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  18. My daughter did a cute kitty that would be awesome to use.

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  19. Years ago, my younger daughter drew a pony and labelled it "The pony I can't have because of YOU!" That's a keeper!

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  20. he drew a pic of our cat that passed I would like to change

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  21. My daughter is really into lions so I would grab one of her lion drawings!

    michelle riebeek
    michellehaskell at gmail dot com

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  22. My daughter loves to draw octopuses!

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  23. I would love to try one of my sons monster drawings!

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  24. My grandson still mainly scribbles, so I'm not sure what kind of toy could be made from it, but I'd like to do this when he's a little older. Super idea! Kara Marks

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  25. My daughter draws a lot of mermaids... that'd make a cute plush :)

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  26. my son likes to make faces so it would look something like a happy face

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  27. I would have my daughters first drawing made...its a bunch of scribblies but itd be neat to see the interpretation.

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  28. A picture drawn of a little blue bird!

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  29. the drawing my 4 yr old made of our dog.

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  30. My daughters love drawing pictures of our two cats.

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  31. My son drew a camper and I think he'd like that made into a keepsake toy. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  32. one of my sons is fascinated with space right now. He love drawing astronauts so that would be fun to have made into a plush.

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  33. My son just scribbles right now. Maybe when I win this, I will sit down with him and we'll draw something together.

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  34. My daughter would like to make a new drawing if we won.

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  35. My son draws all the time! Mario characters, Mine Craft characters, dinosaurs... I seriously can't write them all down! If I win, he will have to do some serious thinking as to which one he wants!

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  36. His favorite is a skeleton in boots.

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  37. My sons are both great artist. It would be a difficult decision, but probably a picture of a sea turtle.
    Ticsblog75@gmail.com

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  38. these r such a great idea! she attempts drawing sock monkey zombies so that be great to see come to life

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  39. My daughter draws pictures of me that would be cool to use:)

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  40. my daughter has a painting of a block head ninja she made. It would be an amazing stuffy

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  41. My daughter loves to draw!! I'll have to sort through them and ultimately let her decide, but my favorite is a seahorse she drew

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  42. I'd like to have her drawing of a black cat made into a toy!

    Deborah

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  43. My son has always loved to write stories and just recently and suddenly started drawing cartoons so this would really cool for him!

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  44. So many to choose from prob a rocket pic

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  45. I'd make one of my niece's butterfly drawing.

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  46. A Hippo picture she made for her Daddy wilcarvic
    [at]gmail[dot[com]]

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  47. These are adorable! I'd probably use a bunny made by my daughter.

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  48. My daughter likes to draw our beagle, Belle

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  49. cats she always draws little cats

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  50. My oldest daughter did the coolest monster picture this weekend...I'd love to see it as a toy!

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  51. A circular "hug" is what he drew. It really speaks to me.

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  52. this would be great for my cousin; I think he might draw some farm animal.

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  53. My son recently drew a picture of Squashvader. 9a squash dressed as Darth Vader). I might use that.

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  54. My son likes to draw monsters so I would probably submit one of those.

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  55. My daughter draws the cutest cats!

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  56. A picture of me that my niece drew

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  57. A picture of a bear she drew when she was very young.

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  58. LOL I can imagine a lot of unicorns get made! They TRY to draw unicorns... try........LOL
    But they draw some cute cats!

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  59. I have a TON on rainbow unicorn drawings... would love to have one of them turned into a toy haha how fun!

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  60. My nephew draws great monsters and robots! His birthday is coming up and he would LOVE this!

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