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How to make plushies step 1 by glitterbird How to make plushies step 1 by glitterbird
Well this is a plushies tutorial I've created just for the fun of sharing this art and to show you how simple it is. Just feel free to copy these ideas and start developing your own. Creativity is the limit. Let's play God!! *hehe*

Step 1 is about the materials you need. Let's say fabrics (whatever kind you like), scissors, needles, threads, pins, those fabric chalks (or some black crayon), buttons, markers.
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Sakural7865 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2012
Hey, mind if I use the info and pics for my class progect of making a business website, please? This website is fake, so no-one but my peers and my teacher will see it and it will never be uploaded onto the Internet, I sware!
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HawkfrostScourgeLuva Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2011  Student Digital Artist
If I may ask, why would we need fabric chalk or black crayons?
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xXLovableshXx Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2012
i think its so you can plan out your plushie thingy
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HawkfrostScourgeLuva Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Ah, I see.
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FoxClaw100 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2010
Where's the tutorial :(?
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shadowfox94 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2009  Student Interface Designer
TY!!!!!!!!!!!! =D nao ima make meh bf a christmas present =) tytytyty sooo much ^.^
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bloodcurdlingcreams Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2009
so fantastic elastic
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crixivan Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2009
yayyy! thanks a bunch! i want to make for my sis's bday. it is just around the corner :D
this is just step 1 isnt?
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WolfofWater Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2008
I no see the tutorial
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LiaTheYellowFairy Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2009
It's in the description.
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zombiesxxarexxhott Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
wow..i make plushies as well...O.O
so this is nice..=]
nice to know there is others :D
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BuryMeInBlack1989 Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2008
hey i was thinking of making some plushies but not sure where to start. i'm gonna fave this as a reference :D
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gypsytears Featured By Owner May 26, 2008
I like plushies
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Fantaji-Myou Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2008
Noob to plushie making .. thanks for this tutorial.
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RainbowColoredCat Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2007
*totally faves it for reference xDD*
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geishaofthedead Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2007
I'm going to give your thingy (I had no better words -__- ) a try but I'm a crappy sewer.... If it turns out good I may post it ..... My ex home eck teacher would be proud if it turns out good. I still owe her new needle threaders! lol
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kibasmanga Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2007
THANK YOU!ive wanting to know what stuff to use to make plushies...:D
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Hi-I-Am-Nick Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2007
Definetly gonna fave this for a reference. I read through the entire tut too XD thanks for making one! Alot of plushie artist don't really do them...
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glitterbird Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2007
Thank YOU! And remember to break rules.. your own techniques and creativity will make your personal brand out of the plushies you make. Good luck!! :handshake:
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akireru Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2005  Professional General Artist
[random fact] Use soap bar slivers to write on dark fabrics. (you know, that little thin piece of soap that's left over from a bar you've used for awhile?)
Much cheaper than fabric chalks, and work just as well (if not better) =D
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Black-Spandex Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2010
Holy cows on clouds.
Thank you so much! I was wondering if there was an alternate I could use and really did wanna say thank you! ...
So again! Thank you!!
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akireru Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2010  Professional General Artist
Haha you're very welcome!
That comment was old as dirt but it's still sound advice! =D I used a soap sliver just the other day while altering a turtleneck for a project. Worked beautifully :)
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JarethsGoblinQueen Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2009
TEN THOUSAND POINTS TO GRYFFINDOR!
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glitterbird Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2005
R U serious?! kewl! way cheaper and smells good! *haha* must try that out on my next plushie.. Betlegeuse! :handshake:
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akireru Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2005  Professional General Artist
Make sure it's white soap though :XD:. I'm not sure how well other colors would work... ._."
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glitterbird Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2005
*haha* ok. white soap will be... oi! You know? I just came with the bizarre idea of leaving the little piece of soap inside the plush... like a sachet plush?! :psychotic: *haha*
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akireru Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2005  Professional General Artist
Haha :XD:. You'd have to call it the "I feel clean inside" plush =D
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satanic-mistress Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2007   Photographer
Hahaha, good call!
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