Posted by Zombiekel May 05, 2012

Taylored Curiosities has just finished her second installment of Freshly Caught Feelings. 

There was a limited run of six Worry versions a while back and now she is doing a summer edition : Fruity.

These consist of beautiful jam/pickling jars each lined with artificial grass.  She hand makes vintage tags that tie around the tops, explaining which Feeling is inside the jar.  In this case, it is a new Feeling called Fruity who smells of strawberries and comes with a little bag of strawberry sweets in case it gets hungry on it's journey. 

The mini plush themselves are a mere 1.5" tall and are made of super soft, red fleece with hand embroidered eyes and hand painted yellow 'pips' (fabric paint) to make them look like mini strawberry monsters.  Each is stuffed with naturally soft stuffing and strawberry aromatherapy.  They each have a handmade, sewn in tag, that has their limited edition number on out of 40.

Hidden in amongst the 40 Fruity Feelings are 5 rare white versions that are randomly numbered, so you won't know if you have one, until you open your box.  Each piece is packaged with plenty of padding in recycled, cardboard boxes. 

These will retail for £10 each and will be available in the online shop in the next few weeks :


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