My daughter drew the gorgeous Lala-Oopsie Bunny and flowers, which I traced round and created a template to make a Lala-Oopsie Bunny picture out of fabric/felt. She also drew the gorgeous flower stems on the back for me to embroider. If you take a look at the original bunny character below I think you will agree, she is indeed a great little artist. Thought I might have a go at selling it. Would look lovely framed in a child's bedroom. And I could have a go at creating the matching Lala-Oopsie Doll to match.
This is my daughter, so proud of her!
I adore the little Lala-Oopsie/Lalaloopsy dolls. My little girl wants to sell her collection to buy some books for her library in her bedroom. This is like unheard of, my daughter would like to sell her toys to buy books. She used to hate reading, and made up words when forced to read out in school so she was not made fun of. But since begging me to homeschool she has really flourished and can now read big books. And if you get time check out her singing book reviews. They are so cute and great for kids that hate reading.
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