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burlisonbears Burlison Bears
Louisville, Kentucky
Posts: 1,174

2.JPG1.JPGSo I'm still experimenting with making big bears instead of being exclusively a miniature bear artist. Haven't decided if I really like making the big ones or not. It's a lot different than churning out the little ones.
Meet Bellwether...he is an 11 inch whimsical bear now on eBay.

Lynn Wisconsin
Posts: 834

He is adorable Eliza!!


Jaina Emo Bears
Dudley, West Mids
Posts: 862

bear_wub I think he's gorgeaus!

lulu sweet souls
canton, new york
Posts: 340

he's darling! bear_wub

Melisa Nichols Melisa's Bears
Hazelton, BC
Posts: 5,811

What a wonderful bear!  It is a hard decision whether to make large or mini bears....  good thing we don't have to make a permanent decision.  I think your big bears are every bit as appealing as your smaller ones!   bear_wub  bear_wub  bear_wub

burlisonbears Burlison Bears
Louisville, Kentucky
Posts: 1,174

Thank you everyone! Your words mean a lot to me.  bear_flower I'm surprised that this one sold so fast. It's got to be a record for me! Maybe I should churn out some more BIG bears. If anything it gives my hands a break with the tiny needles I use to do miniatures. bear_tongue

Tami E Tami Eveslage Original Teddy Bears
Milford Ohio
Posts: 2,367

I agree with Melisa--you can do both! He really is sweet.

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