Synonyms for stuffed_toys or Related words with stuffed_toys

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Examples of "stuffed_toys"
Some brands of stuffed toys use marketing strategies to encourage the collection of a series of stuffed toys, such as Beanie Babies.
This is a list of notable companies that manufacture stuffed toys.
Lieberman Aiden and his wife founded Bears Without Borders, a nonprofit organisation which distributes stuffed toys to the developing world.
Sing-a-ma-jigs are an American line of electronic, singing stuffed toys by Fisher-Price, first released in 2010.
Pillow Pets are a brand of stuffed toys that can be folded from a pillow into a stuffed animal.
Simple stuffed toys can be sewn using a cloth such as felt and stuffing such as cotton.
The participants were given a handbook on journalism styles, methods, ethics and best practices, as well as Guyito stuffed toys and school supplies.
Merchandise for the game in Japan included a line of stuffed toys which sold very well even before development on the game was finished.
Modacrylics are also used in fleece, knit-pile fabric backings, and nonwoven fabrics. Other uses of modacrylics include paint rollers, industrial fabrics, stuffed toys and filters.
CASA SANTA PLAYROOM, a room designed to house small & big santa stuffed toys collection. A colorful room designed, full of toys and entertaining surprises.
Mary Meyer Corporation is a manufacturer of plush stuffed toys, founded by Mary (Lorang) Meyer in 1933. This family-run business is located in Townshend, Vermont.
Amigurumi is a Japanese type of handcrafted knitted or crocheted stuffed toys. Amigurumi are typically made to look cute with oversized heads and undersized extremities.
The company's products include toys, capsule collections, confectionery, stuffed toys, bouncy balls, Dubble Bubble gumballs, vending machines, gumball machines, claw cranes, capsules and arcade games.
The earliest modern stuffed toys were made in 1880. They differ from earlier rag dolls in that they are made of plush furlike fabric and commonly portray animals rather than humans. Teddy bears first appeared in 1902-1903.
Like most of the characters in Winnie-the Pooh, Roo was based on one of Christopher Robin Milne's stuffed toys. The illustrations show Roo with brown fur and an upturned tail.
The parachuting of teddy bears was used as a political statement when several hundred of the stuffed toys bearing protest slogans were dropped over the Belarus city of Minsk on 4 July 2012.
Rainforest themed merchandise is sold in the gift shop, mostly printed by the Atlanta-based fashion apparel company, Boxercraft Inc. Toys including stuffed toys and action figures of the restaurant mascots are sold as well.
GIANTmicrobes is a toy company based in Stamford, Connecticut, founded by Drew Oliver. GIANTmicrobes manufactures designer plush stuffed toys resembling microbes, including human pathogens such as "E. coli" and the Epstein-Barr virus.
Besides the books, Wibbly Pig has been made into other merchandise as well, such as stuffed toys. A boxed-set version of "Is It Bedtime Wibbly Pig?" (ISBN 0-340-89306-0) exists which includes a small beanie-style Wibbly.
In 1987, Hardee's restaurants also offered a series of Pound Puppies with their Children's Meals. Other products besides stuffed toys were made such as Little Golden Books, coloring books and miniature figurines.