Turn your kid’s doodles from art to artifact

There’s a box on top of my fridge overflowing with punk-rock ponies, witches on broomsticks, and smiley-faced dolphins, each one representing a special stage in my daughter’s artistic development. They’re amazing in two dimensions. Can you imagine how incredible they’d be in 3D?

If your kid has a favorite doodle, we’ve found a way to make that dream come true.

Stuff Your Doodles is a sweet little enterprise by artist LucyMoose, who uses imagination, recycled fabric, and thread to turn drawings into heirlooms. You send her your child’s favorite doodle, and she translates it into a beautiful, hand-made stuffed animal about 20″ in size.

The process takes about three weeks and costs around $150, plus postage from the UK, so think of it for a really special gift. Maybe even for Grandma? Yeah, it’s a little pricey. But this is an heirloom piece that will forever remind you of that lopsided dragon she drew every day for three months
straight. It’s not often that a kid gets to see her artwork truly brought to life.~Delilah

For more information on how to turn your kid’s artwork into stuffed animals, visit the stuffyourdoodles blog or email info@lucymoose.com.

Delilah

Senior Associate Editor Delilah S. Dawson puts the chic in geek. Ask her anything about Star Wars. Really.

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