Hug Me Slug stuffed banana slug plush toys are handmade by me, Elizabeth Ruffing.
Hug Me Slug stuffed animals are meant to be displayed, loved, played with, and most of all, hugged. Hug one, and you can’t help but feel their joy. Their smiles are pretty contagious too.
Their eyes and hearts are sewn on by hand, using embroidery floss, to form a blanket stitch around their edges.
Each Hug Me Slug stuffed banana slug comes out a little different. Some are a bit chubby, and others more svelte. Each one is unique.
Hug Me Slug plush toys are quirky, fun, unique gifts for people of all ages.
Hug Me Slugs have welcomed new babies, celebrated birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, and all kinds of special occasions. They have also comforted and cheered people who needed someone to hug. Hug Me Slugs make great friends.
Hug Me Slugs are cute, sweet, whimsical additions to a baby’s nursery, a child’s bedroom, a college student’s dorm room, or any room in the house where you’d like to have a happy slug smiling back at you.
Photos of my 12-inch Hug Me Slug stuffed banana slugs in their homes, shared by their adopters.
If you have adopted one or more of my Hug Me Slugs, please send photos. I love to see them in their new homes!
These Hug Me Slugs were custom-made as gifts for this sweet mom. One is wearing her husband’s shirt and has angel wings. Her daughter wrote to say she took them out to introduce them to all her neighbors, who had fun meeting them.
Tips for caring for your Hug Me Slug.
Hug Me Slugs plush toys may be gently spot cleaned, rinsed with cool water, and set out to air dry. I use a wash cloth, or a good-quality paper towel, with a small amount of soapy water, to gently wash spots on them, if needed. Then I use a wet cloth or paper towel to rinse the spot, or if necessary, I hold them under a running faucet to rinse the surface with cool water.
Hug Me Slug stuffed animals are carefully soft sculpted with a doll needle, to achieve their shape, and so I avoid putting them in a washing machine and I avoid squeezing them to remove excess water. I let them sit on a counter to air dry, with a towel under them, if there is any excess water. If they look like they would like some grooming, once they are dry, a toothbrush has worked nicely for me.
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