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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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