Cuteness overload – you will fall in love with these realistic toys made of wool
These felted toys look like adorable cartoon characters that came to life. Made with attention to every detail, each of them definitely has a soul.
Tatiana Barakova, a talented artist from Saint Petersburg, Russia, works with wool for more than a decade now. Crafting these toys is not an easy process: each character takes about two weeks to be made.
Tatiana usually works with the head, ears, and eyes first, then proceeding to other parts of the body. The last step is to add small details, such as eyelashes and whiskers. By the way, Tatiana gives every furry pet a cute name – she definitely puts all her heart into them.
It's impossible to describe how sweet these creatures are, so hurry up to take a look!
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