Toymaker Creates Creepy But Cute Toys – Design You Trust

Toymaker Creates Creepy But Cute Toys

According to an artist, LeleaCreatures: “Hello! I am lelea_creatures, and I am an aspiring toymaker. I want to share some of my recent work with you! All dolls are handmade as a single copy from polymer clay and artificial fur, filled with padding polyester. I will be very happy to receive support!”

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