Little Snowflake wanted a real Pudsey Bear, but as Daddy did not want to drive all the way to Asda's I had no choice but to make one. I tried Tesco's and Boots but Boots had sold out and Tesco's do their own thing.
Well in a panic I got Jakson Lee to drive me over to Dunelm Mill. I picked up some yellow felt and other felt colours and here is our little homemade Pudsey Bear. I cannot sell the original one I made for little Snowflake, but I will make another one tonight, especially for children in need. I was going to put the bear on Ebay, but seeing as it is asking me for my credit card details and messing me around again, decided to just ask for people to bid by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and for the winning bidder to make a cheque made out to Children in Need (Sterling Pounds.) I will upload a picture of the finished bear later tonight. The one below took me three hours to make and is 8 inches high. The winning bidder will get an OOAK Pudsey Bear, which will be different from the rest. Who knows he may even have angel or fairy wings.
Walking to school little Snowflake got lots of lovely comments. She looks as cute as a picture. My friend made some Pudsey Bear cakes so I had to get a picture of them too. And don't you just love little Snowflakes drawing of Pudsey Bear in the picture below:
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