I have been a professional Teddy Bear Artist since 1988. I specialize in creating handmade One Of A Kind teddy bears and other animals from vintage mink stoles, coats, and collars. My bears have appeared in various books and magazines over the past two decades.
I started the page by offering my mink mice. I have not offered a mink mouse since 2008, so I created and offered 4 mink mice. I sent exclusive Adoption Invitations to individual collectors that requested to be on my Mink Mouse Waiting List. They were all quickly adopted.
I also keep Waiting Lists for my Teddy Bears, Puppies, Baby Raccoons, and Bunnies. While I prefer not to keep a Waiting List for my Pandas because they are my most requested animal. I prefer to send my Panda Adoption Invitations to everyone on my General Mailing List. But I will fill Special Request orders and sometimes that will include one of my Pandas. This panda was created to honor my collector's late beloved father (who had beautiful blue-gray eyes):
This is the time table to see when the show will open in your area.
Please visit the show website to see this timetable and all other details.
This is my SNEAK PEEK photo of the two items that I will have available for adoption in this show
It isn't a secret anymore because both pieces have already been published !
They are in the current issue of Teddy Bear Review Magazine (Dec 2011), in the article "Tis the Season".
This is a very very rare chance to adopt one of my pieces that has already been published. They are being offered in the show separately. In order to adopt one of these OOAK bunnies you will need to be the first collector to contact me and send payment after the online show opens this Saturday, November 5. (Sorry they are a part of this online show and can not be adopted until after the show opens, so please don't ask).
I hope you will enjoy this "groovy" Flower Child Panda.
This panda is the “sister” of the Rock’N'Roll pandas that I created
last year (one of which was lucky enough to grace the October 2011 cover
of Teddy Bear Review Magazine). This panda was also inspired by the
Her name is “Daisy Rose” because she is wearing a floral head wreath
of daisies and one rose. Her other 1960′s props include 60s posters and a
replica of a Woodstock admission ticket. She is also wearing Love Beads
with a peace sign pendant.
I took lots for photos of "Daisy Rose" and you can see them all on my Adoption Website.
Introducing my latest teddy "Maisie". She is a teddy with wanderlust but
wherever she goes it always feels like "home" because her traveling
companion is her beloved teddy bear. She is wearing a special necklace
that reminds her that "Home is where your heart is".