Plush Patchwork Bean Bag Bears
Cute little bears
I had orginally bought these to use at our Gender Reveal Party but the baby never fully cooperated so we ended up not having one and just told everyone. In June we had to go from Chicago to Houston to have an in utero procedure done on my son's heart. I have been wanting to send them a little thank you for the awesome job they did and came up with the idea of using these bears. They have the little patch over their chest so they are perfect. I tied a ribbon around their necks with a lttle thank you tag and they look adorable. There is issues with the arms as mentioned in other reviews but I think the ribbons really help fix them up.
August 10, 2012
Good for what I need them for
I am in charge of a Teddy Bear Clinic for 3-5 year old's at a day care. This is a project for nursing school and is an attempt to make learning about healthy eating and exercise fun for children. Based on the theme we needed bears to give to the children. They are smaller than I expected but the children wont know any difference. Also some of them appear that the arms are sewn on backwards or maybe just placed to far back on the torso. They will do the job and at a good price.
March 28, 2011
I purchase these bears to use as reading buddy mascots for my first grade class. They are perfect for this idea. I like the color variety of the bears and the quality.
July 7, 2009
I will be using these for my daughter birthday party so the kids have something nice and cute to take home. Good for boys and girls
January 16, 2013
I bought this item to put in a goodie bag as a favor for a celebration for a teenager. The bear along with gummi bears made an adorable presentation for those attending the party.
January 15, 2013
Good product for School Aged Children
Cute bears. Added holiday ribbon to dress it up
Looks cute and adorable
December 11, 2012
check the way upper legs attached to boddies of poor Bean Bag Bears
Bean Bag Bears , I bought them for my small patients .
it should be nice to give it to any of them instead of candy after injection/ vaccination, to destruct and make them smile.
This time it worked slightly different...." doctor what happened to the bear's arms? they are looking strangely, is hi in pain ? does hi need to see a doctor?..., So I sad, yes Jimmy, as soon as bear make sure you are not going to cry he will go see orthopedic surgeon next door...
November 11, 2012
Good enough for the price
Bought these as favors for my son's birthday party. They're pretty cute, and satisfactory enough for the price. I noticed some of the things other reviewers have mentioned...a little squished, some of the eyes placed a little crooked, some have arms a bit misplaced. But it's not a deal breaker. Also the color variety wasn't quite what I expected....overall the pic makes them look better than they are, but I like them enough. I think they will suffice pretty well as favors.
August 14, 2012
great purchase price for a dozen
grouped one each of the three colors for center pieces for a baby shower around balloons
guests will be able to take one home with them
June 26, 2012
There are no words to describe the total devastation here in Alabama after the tornadoes of April 27th. There were whole neighborhoods and towns completely wiped out. There were families that were suddenly without anything. I was watching TV in the days immediately after the storms and all of the groups and agencies helping the storm victims were begging for necessities. In the background, I saw a little girl wandering dazed behind her parents. She was carrying the head of her doll. That's all that they could find in the ruins. I cried for her. I know that all of the grownups were trying to find the basics for their families - shelter, food, underwear - but what about all those poor children that didn't even have a doll or a teddy bear left? How do they recover? From previous shopping with Oriental Trading Company, I knew that they had lots of stuffed animals for a reasonable price, and I decided to order some for the relif effort.When I saw these little bears, I knew they were perfect. Yes, some of them have arms sewn on backwards, and yes, some were not perfect, and they look like they have been through a lot. But what better item for these children to bond with than a bear who's been through a lot too and just needs someone to care for them? I ordered 10 dozen and bagged each one of them up with a small box of crayons and a coloring book (also from Oriental Trading Company) and took them to one of the shelters. You should have seen their little faces light up! I was pleased with the quality of the bears and really pleased with the price. Because they were so inexpensive, I was able to make 120 children smile. That is priceless!
May 18, 2011