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11  My first two stuffies in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by shellet on: March 04, 2009 03:27:46 AM
Hi all

I've been reading the forus for a while now and made a GIR from the tutorial in the discussion & questions forum a while back but never got around to posting him.

I made him for my husband for part of his birthday present as he is a big Invader Zim fan

On the inside of the zip I put a heart with our initials in it, but in this photo you can't see it very well!

Not very good photos and he was a bit roughly finished but not bad for my first go I don't think!

Our 1st wedding anniversary is coming up and I made him a banana, because of a sort of inside joke he always says.

I think I failed a bit on the face there but oh well! That pattern I got from http://starxxlight.deviantart.com/art/banana-plushie-pattern-80565532

Sorry - wouldn't let me post pictures directly in here so I had to link them Smiley
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