Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Little old Teddy

His name is Teddy ... just Teddy. I made him in honour of my childhood ted, whom I loved and cherished and spent years and years wondering why he had no fur. Now I know - the fur disappeared from all the loving he had from me. I kept him until after my children were born and have absolutely no recollection of how he disappeared from my life. I know I would never have given him away or thrown him away and my girls never played with him. Perhaps he slipped away to Teddyland??


"bear's house" said...

Hello my dearest freiend!!!


I love a lot your nice style...and a primitive and vintage style.


Really nice/nice! ;o)

SMACK, kisses and hugs! NI

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Pat,

Love your little old Teddy.
The vintage style is really lovely.
Makes you wonder where the old Teddy and friends go?
I had a little pale pink musical dog, I got one year for Christmas and would love to know where he is!

Happy week

Southern Bears said...

Thank you Ni! and lots of kisses and hugs to you too.

Carolyn, your musical dog is probably recalling the past with my teddy. Thanks for visiting.

julietk said...
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julietk said...

What a lovely tribute to your childhood Bear :-) I have received a Sunshine award and would like to pass it on to you.Please see my blog for details,
regards Juliet.
OMG the word verification is Tedly
how wierd is that :-D

Laura said...

Teddy is super adorable, Pat! I love him!
Maybe your chidhood teddy is just hiding and will jump out of his special hiding place when he's needed most. Wouldn't that be wonderful...
Love & Hugs,
Laura ♥

customteddys said...

What a neat thing to do, create your own childhood teddy. I don't remember ever having a teddy bear when I was a kid... now I'm not a kid anymore(well, that's can be argued) and I have hundreds of teddy bears. From one teddy loving kid to another.. Hugs, Vicki

Dragonfly Creations said...

A beautiful teddy, you have made him look worn and well loved.
Sad to say my old ted was eaten by our dalmation dog, all I found was one hardbord joint and cotter pin