gorgeous teddy

February 17th, 2009 in member junk     
shamrockerin shamrockerin, member
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I found this handsome guy in the dirt outside the auction house! When I found him, his head had come off and both of his legs were ripped open. I took  pity on him and packed him up.

When i got home that day, I took out my little dollar-store sewing kit and set to work. I re-attached his head, closed up his legs and all the other little tears he had.

Look how nice he turned out! I know he was probabaly thrown away because he was all torn, but are people now-a-days too lazy to even do a little sewing to restore a beautiful teddy bear? I'm not a great seamsstress myself, but hey at least I am willing to try!

Now he sits in my living room with a bunch of other teddy bears that I've rescued through the years.

 


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Comments (8)

MakinItHappen writes: I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this! Posted: 11:39 pm on February 26th
RecycledPages writes: Good for you...he has been "re-paired" & "re-loved" ...it shows..

:) Posted: 2:07 pm on February 21st
alicemom writes: What a wonderful job you did! Teddies will unite and salute you!
alice Posted: 10:55 pm on February 20th
georgiamoon writes: What a cute little bear. i can not believe all the great stuff that you find in that trash pile you haunt so regularly...I might just camp there...if I liked to camp...which I don't. Good save, Georgia Posted: 6:24 pm on February 19th
irishrovr writes:
Teddy Bear Rescue! How sweet!!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 8:55 pm on February 18th
texasjunkermom writes: Very nice save. I've seen some teddies made from fur like old mink stoles or coats. Is this one from that? They are very popular 'down here'. You did a great job! Posted: 4:58 pm on February 17th
shabbychick writes: I know what you mean - so many things are just thrown out and not given a second chance - lucky for your little bear that you rescued him! He's sweet!

Kathy Posted: 2:41 pm on February 17th
grammie25 writes: The "bear" fact is yes, people are lazy and do not appreciate anything that used to be precious to someone else. The humane society would proud of you. I know I am.
Karen Posted: 2:05 pm on February 17th
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