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Bear Plush – Call me Maestro

Product Description

Bear plush – Call me Maetro

This cuddly bear plush is here to be squeezed and clasped tightly. Since his whole body is entirely from cotton velvet, he is so soft and considerably tender. Call me Maestro, the bear plush wears a light blue, star patterned waistcoat. It is ideal as a boy or a girl newborn gift.

THIS BEAR PLUSH IS MADE OF

  • Soft pistachio velvet fabric
  • Light blue star pattern cotton
  • Brown DMC flosses embroidery
  • Polyester filling

Call me Maestro measures approximately 33 X 21 cm (13 X 8.3 in)

HOW TO TREAT HIM

  • Hand wash with cold water
  • Gentle care
  • Use a cool iron setting
  • Do not tumble dry

THE PACKAGING

Gift-wrapped in a craft box and fine flosses/ linen ribbon. If you would like a special wish/ note on the gift, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Check the following item – Cow Plush, Mr. C Moo http://www.abracadabraandstuff.com/product/cow-plush-mr-c-moo/
or visit  https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/AbracadabraAndStuff for more plushies and rag dolls.

Each plush, stuffed animal, soft toy or rag doll is entirely handmade, with a eye to detail and a combination of child- friendly fabrics.
I design and sew all of my items individually and as a unique piece it may has some differences from the photos. Any painted body parts you see (lips, legs or logo) are made by hand with non-toxic and permanent fabric color paints. All items are not intented for tough play. If you wish to keep your doll in good condition and as a friend for ever, treat it accordingly.

Thank you for visiting ‘Abracadabra and stuff’.
Enjoy life!

 

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