Snappy Critters: Easy-to-make Plush Toys
Expert toymaker Ted Menten shows how to make 14 cute little critters, each held together by snaps. The snappy approach allows mixing and matching of heads, arms, and legs—and it assists with attaching a variety of charming accessories, including such seasonal items as valentines, Christmas stockings, and Easter eggs. Well-illustrated, simple instructions make assembling these lovable toys a snap!
Beginners and veteran crafters alike will love creating these creatures, which include a puppy, lion, tiger, lamb, panda, squirrel, elephant, and other animals. Nothing expresses affection like a handcrafted present, and these adorable plush toys make wonderful, one-of-a-kind gifts.
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