Friday, March 2, 2012


In my last post I mentioned that I had made some frogs for an advertising company last month. I didn't really know what they were for and just assumed that the company was going to had them out to clients at an event or something boring like that. I ran across the company's facebook page and saw an album of photos about my frogs and it got me so excited. I had to write to them and ask what they were being used for. Boy was I wrong. These guys are going to be heading out on an adventure that has the potential to be world wide. Check out this website made entirely for them and their adventure. How exciting!


  1. Just found you on the Plushies/Ragdoll team on Etsy, after a long absence on my part! Having decided to play my part a bit better from now on, I'd like to invite you to visit my blog at where I post about how I make, mend and otherwise "play" with my toys and then try to sell them at

    If you'd like to follow and comment, as I'm about to do/am doing, that would be great.

    By the way, weren't the company taking your frogs being a little sneaky in not telling you what they intended for them? I like to know what might be happening to my toys - as my blog indicates - so that I can pass on the news to my followers and friends!

    Cheers. Isobel

  2. Hi Isobel. You have found me before lol. Love your bears. :)

    When I spoke to them originally they mentioned needing them by a specific date for an event so I just assumed some boring corporate get together of some kind. I never even asked so then in future conversations I was getting clues that this was for something bigger and finally asked them. They really have been great to work with. I loved every minute of this project.