Making: All of the concrete animals!

Thanks so much to everyone that came out to Art Walk this past weekend! It was super fun to see so many old friends and make a ton of new friends! I sold quite a few prints as well as some of my new concrete stuffed animals.
If you have any questions about something you saw this weekend but don’t see it on my etsy store shoot me an email at miriamdema at gmail dot com. Thanks again and here are portraits of all of the concrete stuffed animals! They had a great photo shoot last weekend before some of them went off into the world!

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He keeps losing his left eye but Yukon B. is still on top of his game!
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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While waiting for you, Isabella White reclines and contemplates.
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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He doesn’t know it but Mr. H. (short for ‘Hoppity’) is one cool bunny.
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Please don’t give Virgil B. Flop any more, he’s had enough today.
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Tiny K. likes Scooby snacks; he wants one right now. Or maybe later.
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Horton is the world’s oldest living hippopotamus from Eerie, Indiana.
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Yet to be seen in the wild, Mr. O‘Cryptid has a quiet hooooooo…
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Not together, but Teeny likes fish snacks and seltzer water baths.
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Her pink ears aside, Nellie has a beef to pick with that Mr. Edison.
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Teddy B. likes fancy layer cake with flowers, but not fondant icing.
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Meet Carl ‘Big Koala’ Bear, Big K. to his friends (and some enemies).
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Frisky Shuck comes from a long line of pups with penetrating gazes.
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materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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Dip loses her balance pretty easily! She’ll fall over at any moment.
materials: concrete, fabric, plastic
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