I hope you're all having a good week, I'd love you to meet Halo - a very special bear starting his life on the day of the hail storm over our house. He was a little angel keeping us and my cats safe and sound, so I felt he deserved his angelic name, with his pure white coat I can almost see his Halo shining in the sunlight! He has a gentle kindness about him, offering the last honey biscuit to you even though they are his favourite! With his long pile faux fur coat he is a real bundle of fun and will bring you a lifetime of pleasure and a hug whenever you need his comfort.
He is available for adoption from my Bumpkin Bears Website where you can see all his photos and adoption info. **UPDATE, Halo has now been ADOPTED to a lovely home in Wales**
I am also busy working on some new illustrations so pop back soon to see. Beary Hugs, Catherine and Halo xx
Halo is absolutely beautiful! So adorable! Well done!
I just want to hug him!!!! xo
I honestly think you are just like the best teddy-bear and bunny-rabbit and cute-thingie- things maker, ever!!! What an angelic face!!!
What a sweetie pie!! I love the hairy feet!!!..hugs, Jennifer
Awww, what a sweet fluffy angel :) She looks like she's made from clouds :)
I just nominated you for the "Makes My Heart Smile" blog award. When you have a moment, pop into my blog to see :) XX
Oh, I love his eyes!
Your little Halo is beautiful! I am glad he helped you pass through this hard time. As white as the Hailstones, but much warmer, isn't he?
He definately makes my heart melt.
Hug him for me, please!
hugs to you,
It has been ages!!! What beautiful things you have been making. I'm loving the name Hattie McRadish!! Really made me smile xx
Oh he's a darling. He is so fluffy and adorable! I'm glad he has found a good home :)
I tagged your blog with "One lovely blog" award!
What an adorable bear! I look forward to seeing your illustrations, too! :)
Halo is indeed a tiny angel, Catherine! Oh, he is so sweet and cuddly--love the all white and fluffy! He has such a gentle expression. Funny extremes can produce great art--like the aftermath of that hail storm. And so happy to learn he has a new home to go to already--hooray to you, Halo and his soon-to-be new owner! Well done, my friend. :o) Happy weekend ((HUGS))
I can totally picture him giving out his last honey biscuit to someone who needs cheering or has a rumbly tummy.
What a wonderful bear.
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