Friday, February 25, 2011

Handmade Flannel Monsters and Cuddly Ceatures by Megan

Flannel Monsters"Monster goes ROARRR!"

So much fun. I can just hear the shouts now and the little stomping feet. That was how today's artisan became the mommy of Flannel Monsters for everyone!

Flannel Monsters is a creative website on the internet filled with some of the cutest plushie monsters you'll ever see.

Megan, the artist behind these wonderful creations, was inspired by her son on the impending arrival of her son's first birthday. He loved monsters and spend a lot of his time stomping around the house saying "Monster goes ROARRR!"


Fed up with cheap-o toys and party favors from the commercial market, she decided to make everything for his party herself and that included stuffed monsters for him and his friends!

Monsters! Handmade, cuddly creatures - plush flannel childrens toysThat was the rebirth of her childhood love of sewing and the birth of a business as well!

Now you can visit her website and browse through tons of terrific monsters just waiting for someone to come along and take them home and give them some love.

Megan makes each and every one as if she's making them for family and loved ones and she's always finding new ideas and inspiration to keep her creative juices flowing and new monsters coming!


YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURES ABOVE TO VISIT THE FLANNEL MONSTERS WEBSITE AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, YOU CAN CLICK RIGHT HERE.

You can also visit Megan and her monsters on the Flannel Monsters blog or stop by and say hi on Facebook!

2 comments:

The4inONE said...

This monsters are so funny! :-) :-)

saram said...

I recently purchased two monsters for some children...They can't put them down, they love their soft cuddly new friends soo much. Megan's site was very easy to shop from, I emailed her my ideas for the monsters and within 24 hours she was already constructing the monsters. I am looking forward to buying more flannel monsters in the future. Thank you Megan! =)

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