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It’s taken a while but the stuffed toy dog collection dogipide has gotten large enough that I’ve been able to keep up a slow trickle of Cerberus. Making the three-headed dogs means that I end with two extra bodies. In a few, very rare cases, I’ve also been able to find a fourth one of the same species as a completed Cerberus and make a dogipede. Splicing them together was a bit complected, but I do think the overall effect is a success. It also turned out to be a very good shape for cuddling and this one already has found a home! I’ll keep looking for more fourths to make more of this type of cutie.

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While hunting stuffed animals for the making of mutants, I’ve come across quite a number of

miniature mutant frog stuffed animal

miniature mutant frog stuffed animal

miniature stuffies as well. They are too small for much in the way of cuddling but they are the right scale to be worn as pins. (or in the hair, as was suggested to me) Now that enough have been collecting for me to get properly creative with the mixing and matching, a number have been finished. One of the first to get done was this frog. I was surprised to find out that I’d managed to find three of the same, but the bodies were too small to support a Cerberus-like trio of heads so instead, one two-headed frog was made and the other one got the extra limbs. I’m showing him off today since the finished shape is almost a shamrock. (nothing says “St. Paddy’s Day” like a tiny, green stuffed toy mutant, right? ) The plan with these is to keep the pins, hair clips and ponytail elastics on hand and any can be be attached, depending on how the client wants to wear them, since it only takes a couple of minutes to sew them on. Of course, they can stay as plain mini-mutants, if that’s what’s preferred.

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