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Mama Grouch
« on: November 30, 2008 06:31:26 AM »

I was at the store the other day with a friend who was looking at a stuffed animal.
I got a serious case of “I can make that”-itis and offered to make her one.

What she really liked about it, though, was the bead filling. They were really soft small beads, not the weird hard Styrofoam beads of State Fair cheap prize fame, and I swear that they were softer than the hard beany-baby bead filler.  I realized that I have no idea what it is. They are the kind that are in the newer toys…maybe even rubber beads?

Does anyone know? Or can you point me towards a store that would know? Thanks!
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