Artist Wendy Tsao Transforms Kids Drawings Into Adorable Plush Toys – Design You Trust

Artist Wendy Tsao Transforms Kids Drawings Into Adorable Plush Toys

Wendy Tsao brings kids drawings to life by transforming them into amazing plush toys. Wendy made her first toy (which she calls ‘softies’) back in 2007, based on a self-portrait her 4-year-old son had drawn.


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