Meet Chester, George, and Fred.  The Three Mushkateers were created by a young girl who has written and illustrated an entire comic book about three mushrooms and their adventures with the Horrible, Evil Deviled Egg, the Fat Muscular Cheerio, and other adorable characters.

This little fox is about to welcome a new baby boy to the family.  Shane drew him many years ago when he was young and now he will keep Shane's third son company. I'm sure the new little guy will like his mom and dad, too!
A super little artist created the adorable drawing for this artist doll in a shimmery smock.  She comes complete with 4 purple paint brushes, an artist's pallette, and a French beret.



Super fuzzy chicks hatch from their fleece shells.  They are irresistible to play with!

This light pink and white soft fleece bunny keeps the original style of the young artist.  It's very cuddly and lovable.

Kailyn, age 9, created this lovely red-headed girl all dressed up and ready to go some place.



Pigs are a whole lot cuter when they are pink and purple!  The coiled tail can be bent into different shapes.


Sometimes a softie just isn't quite right.  This pillow is embroidered from the very first picture three-year-old Miles made.  What a keepsake!



Green rose colored glasses are removable for this orange fleece bunny with the blue and green duds.


Zella Marie is 7 and has always loved kitties.  Super Kitty sports pink gloves, fashionable green boots, a removable mask, and a sparkly twirly skirt.  She is 14 inches tall and her tail is bendable into any position.



Ella's chubby panda is soft and fleecy, complete with a bamboo stick!



Eight-year-old Waylen created this cute picture of a happy giraffe with floppy legs.  His mom framed the original artwork and hung it above the crib where Baby #4 will sleep.

Sam drew bob with 10 curlycue legs and an orange baseball cap.  I started with the legs and then realized I needed to make the body the right proportion, which made bob quite large!  But he is very soft and cuddly.

Red ribbon strips add to the charm of this doll designed by Bethany.  Mismatched vintage red button eyes add cuteness.  And again the blue polka dots!

Jocelyn created an adorable Ballerina Chicken.  As you can tell, I had a blast recreating this one, complete with removable accessories and tons of bling!


Timmy pictured a happy chubby elephant shooting water from his trunk.  This very soft and huggable animal likes to lounge around the house.


Blake made a green dinosaur with blue triangle spots.  He looks a little scary with all those teeth!

Bethany created this adorable drawing of a girl when she was three.  Love the blue polka dots everywhere!  She holds a removable heart in her hand.













































This light pink and white soft fleece bunny keeps the original style of the young artist.  It's very cuddly and lovable.
Kailyn, age 9, created this lovely red-headed girl all dressed up and
ready to go some place.

Pigs are a whole lot cuter when they are pink and purple!  The coiled tail can be bent into different shapes.

Sometimes a softie just isn't quite right.  This pillow is embroidered from the very first picture three-year-old Miles made.  What a keepsake!

Green rose colored glasses are removable for this orange fleece bunny with the blue and green duds.

Zella Marie is 7 and has always loved kitties.  Super Kitty sports pink gloves, fashionable green boots, a removable mask, and a sparkly twirly skirt.  She is 14 inches tall and her tail is bendable into any position.






























Ella's chubby panda is soft and fleecy, complete with a bamboo stick!

Eight-year-old Waylen created this cute picture of a happy giraffe with floppy legs.  His mom framed the original artwork and hung it above the crib where Baby#4 will sleep.


Sam drew bob with 10 curlycue legs and an orange baseball cap.  I started with the legs and then realized I needed to make the body the right proportion, which made bob quite large!  But he is very soft and cuddly.


Red ribbon strips add to the charm of this doll designed by Bethany.  Mismatched vintage red button eyes add cuteness.  And again the blue polka dots!


Jocelyn created an adorable Ballerina Chicken.  As you can tell, I had a blast recreating this one, complete with removable accessories and tons of bling!

Timmy pictured a happy chubby elephant shooting water from his trunk.  This very soft and huggable animal likes to lounge around the house.

Blake made a green dinosaur with blue triangle spots.  He looks a little scary with all those teeth!

Bethany created this adorable drawing of a girl when she was three.  Love the blue polka dots everywhere!  She holds a removable heart in her hand.