Archive for the 'Plush Stuffed Animals' Category
You are in for a treat! We have Bouncy Buddies on our website under our stuffed animal toys category!
What are Bouncy Buddies? They are 6 inch plush animals that have a hard rubber ball stitched inside their tummies and the bounce just like a ball.
Kids love to throw balls and these are safe inside or outside. We caution families who own dogs – they will want one of their own ball toy. To keep the balls clean that you provide your children let the dog only play with his own toy.
Some of our available animals are dog, cow, alligator, pink pig, just to name a few, and our newest addition a cute giraffe we call Sierra.
These ball toys make great gifts for birthday parties. Or, keep some packed away for a rainy day when you need a surprise gift for your child or when relatives drop over with their children.
Stuffed animals are fun, cuddly and even more enjoyable when there is a flashlight included. See Butter, our newest addition to our plush stuffed animals category.
Butter is eighteen inches tall and children can have fun re-positioning her arms and legs and when they press her paw the flashlight comes on.
Our teddy bear as well as all our other stuffed animals are made by Purr-Fection and are hand sewn to provide all customers with superb quality plush toys. Read more about our stuffed animals.
You can see Butter and even her smaller 12-1/2 inch baby on our website. Butter and Baby Butter will both make a nice Christmas gift that your kids will love taking along with them everywhere. See her today!
We have a line known as “Bouncy Buddies” that are hand-sewn plush stuffed animals that have a hard rubber ball stitched inside their tummies. Cute as can be there are such animal toys as a red ladybug, two different dogs, black and white cow, and our pretty pink pig.
Throughout the years there have been many types of toys involving balls; do you remember the cup-and-ball toy? Still seen in Dollar stores are the ball and paddle. Then there is the Nerf ball which made it possible for kids to play ball inside the house and even bat it around in a larger playroom or a basement.
Wham-O Manufacturing Co., the miracle-working maker of the Hula Hoop ® and Frisbee ® disc, bounced back into the news in 1965 with an explosive knob of rubber called Super Ball.® Dropped from shoulder level, a high potency Super Ball ® snapped nearly all the way back; thrown down, it could leap over a three-story building; flung into a wall with spin, it kicked back with remarkable reverse English.
And now we have these unique, cuddly ball toys that kids can drag around with them everywhere they go! Grab an arm, grab a leg it does not matter. These are quality hand sewn ball toys that your boys and girls will love. We suggest a separate animal figure for you dog since they get dirtier.
You may have been pondering a purchase of some unique stuffed toys but are concerned about the quality you may find on the Internet. Often, stuffed toy animals found in your local toy stores and super markets do not have the quality you feel safe giving your children.
When you want to make a larger sized investment in giant stuffed toys shopping online might be a better idea because you can find quality, hand sewn toys without driving all over the city to find a store which sells high-end stuffed teddy bears and other unique animals.
Purr-Fection is a company located in Oregon and has as their number one objection to satisfy, their customers by providing superb quality products at an excellent value. All of their toy animals are hand sewn and they use only the highest quality materials in production. Their unique designs have been delighting children for many years.
Each of their toy animals have an individual character which is reflected in their expressions, softness and posability. One especially unique product line is their Bouncy Buddies. These six inch stuffed animals have a hard rubber ball sewn into their tummies and both children and dogs love to play with such characters as a penguin, panda bear and a cute dog. (Toby is my favorite and I had to throw in another picture!)
I regressed for a moment because the focus of this blog post is our new giant stuffed animals that include a ninety inch jumbo brown bear (pictured above). I also love the 42 inch bright green frog and the light grey elephant. All these new stuffed animal toys are on sale.
Visit our stuffed jungle animals page to see the frog and elephant – you will love what you see!
Shop early and avoid the Christmas rush and I hope you have a large closet to hide your new toys in!
The past several weeks I have seen some giant stuffed animals in a couple of stores I frequent. I keep remembering that a little girl had taken one and set it on the floor and was sitting inside the legs of this giant bear and leaning back into its arms. It was a “Kodak Moment” I should have taken advantage of.
Back in the 1830’s plush stuffed toys were first introduced, or so it is said. People who lived in this era did not have factories that had the variety and quality of stuffing’s that are used nowadays. Stuffed animals in the 1800’s tended to be made at home and with materials such as cloth and straw.
Luckily for our children’s safety new materials became the norm including cotton and various types of synthetic fibers. Stuffed animals could now be quickly and inexpensively produced.
It may surprise you to learn that stuffed animals actually evolved from stuffing real animals that had been killed. Hunters are great fans of stuffing the deer, fish and other animals they have hunted and killed. Many homes have a den where these “trophies” are displayed.
Although popular children’s toys include many different electronic gadgets kids still need many open-ended toys that come with no rules. Besides blocks and puzzles stuffed toys, especially stuffed bears are a staple in any child’s toy arsenal.
Classic plush animals such as Raggedy Anne and Andy, teddy bears and many Disney characters are still quite popular and are considered collector’s items that many people search for on the Internet. If found in good shape these stuffed animals can demand a great deal of money. If you have some of these in your attic or basement it is a good idea to make sure they are kept in airtight and water-tight packaging.
Visit All I Can Imagine to see our selection of plush toys and giant classic teddy bears. If you want an unusual stuffed animal you may enjoy viewing our giant orangutan and gibbon in our Jungle Stuffed Animal Category.
Giraffes are fascinating animals. Owning plush stuffed toy animals such as our hand-sewn giraffe may be the only way your child can have a giraffe.
Our stuffed toy animals, jungle collection includes a pretty 18” safari toy and it has just arrived back I stock after a long absence.
Did you know the Giraffe is the tallest among all land living animals? The giraffe can be 16 to 18 feet tall and weigh up to 3,000 pounds. Females are generally slightly shorter and weigh less than the males do.
Both sexes have horns, although the horns of a female are smaller. Giraffes have spots covering their entire bodies, except their underbellies, with each giraffe having a unique pattern of spots. They have long, prehensile tongues that are impervious to the thorns of the acacia trees that they feed from and are distinctly blue-black to protect from sunburn. They have long necks, which they use to browse the leaves of trees.
Giraffe perform a behavior called necking. Necking duels occur when males fight. Giraffe use their heads to strike a blow and they also use their necks to show affection toward another giraffe. Giraffes are normally quiet animals. They do not have only one distinct sound that they make. They will, however, cough, whistle, bellow, moo, grunt, snort and hiss. Read more fun facts about this fascinating animal at Kids Konnect.
Remember to visit All I Can Imagine to see all our stuffed plush toys including our selection of stuffed bears.
The Teddy Bear is the most popular plush toy, and it may even be the most popular of all toys. Other toys have been popular in their day — the hula hoop, the yo-yo, Mr. Potato Head – but none have stood the test of time.
Teddy Bears are especially popular during holidays throughout the year. From New Year’s Day in January to Christmas Day in December, teddy bears fill up grocery store check-out counters with their Stars and Stripes for the 4th of July and Jack-o-lantern costumes for Halloween. Some teddy bears have a simple Pilgrim’s hat or Easter bonnet. While others sing festive songs or shout “Ho, Ho, Ho!” Whether they are red for Valentine’s Day or green for St. Patrick’s Day, these plush stuffed animals bring us joy any time of the year!
Are you looking for a safe stuffed bear? Our toys collection of plush stuffed animals includes teddy bear toys that are manufactured to surpass all safety regulations. “Hunter” is the name of our soft, cuddly bear that is pictured here and is available at All I Can Imagine.
Getting stuffed animals is a great gift idea as a childs toy or for a teenager or even an adult! Our teddy bear toys come in sizes ranging from 6 inches all the way to our jumbo 90 inch plush animal toys.
Have some Teddy Bear Fun: Here is a link to drawing your own Teddy Bear picture.
We sell plush stuffed animals manufactured by Purr-Fection. All their stuffed toys are hand made and are safe children’s toys.
Explore All I Can Imagine, our website, to see all our other plush stuffed animals. We have all sizes – small to large.
Do you have some favorite stuffed toys? Think back, what is the name of the stuffed bears you played with as a child? Where are your Teddy Bears today?
Classic black plush stuffed animals have American origins, which have been traced to a cartoon, published in the Washington Star in 1902. Clifford Berryman’s cartoon depicted Theodore Roosevelt (president from 1901 to 1909) sparing the life of a trapped bear cub while on a hunting expedition.
Teddy bears—now a staple of American childhood—can be useful in teaching twentieth-century gender history and material culture studies.
If you may remember the name of your teddy bears from your childhood you did better than I did. I remember he looked something like Papa Browser but was only about ten or twelve inches high. I think he was lost in a flood. I can not remember his name for the life of me.
Papa Browser is one of our giant, 54 inch stuffed toys available on our website, All I Can Imagine. He just arrived back in stock and is ready to put under your Christmas Tree (if you have a large tree that is).
I received a black lamb with button eyes when I was 6 months old and I still have this stuffed toy. It is sitting on top of a dresser here in my office.
Plush stuffed animals such as teddy bears and stuffed rabbits remain a favorite toy for both boys and girls. Any time you need a gift for a child a stuffed animal will be eagerly received by all children.
Safety should be your first concern when shopping for your child’s new plush animals so make sure you are purchasing from a company who makes safe children’s toys; especially when you make your purchase online.
Researching safe plush toys online, one manufacturer you can trust is Purr-Fection. These plush toys are well made and posable. One image is shown with this post.
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