Artist Turns Children’s Imaginative Drawings Into Stuffed Animals

Artist Turns Children’s Imaginative Drawings Into Stuffed Animals

Wendy Tsao turns children's artwork-monsters, self-portraits, animals, and any other imaginative scribble a child dreams up- into colorful and personal soft toys.

Allie Walker
  • 15 may 2012

When Wendy Tsao’s four year old son started kindergarten, his teachers asked her to send a ‘comfort toy’ with him in case of emergency.  Instead of buying a new toy, Wendy decided to make one based off of one of her son’s own drawings. The result was a soft, plush toy that her son immediately recognized as his own and loved.

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