Children tend to take it in their stride, but for us parents, the realisation that your little girl or little boy is finished school, be it primary or secondary, can be scary. Another milestone checked off their list means the closer they are getting closer to flying the nest. It all goes in so quickly!
A school uniform bear is a lovely way to mark the end of this chapter in their lives, providing a sweet reminder of fun, carefree days. This keepsakes includes free personalisation with your little one's First Name & Years they attended the school.
Measuring at approximately 12” (30cm) tall as it sits, it is the perfect size for a gentle cuddle.
As these Keepsake Bears are created from preloved clothing, it must be noted that they cannot be CE tested and are NOT toys. They are KEEPSAKE ITEMS and NOT suitable for persons under 14 years of age.
Whilst all materials used are machine washable, I would advise against popping the Keepsake Memory Bears in the washing machine due to their delicate nature and recommend spot cleaning with a damp cloth to remove stains, or running over with a lint roller to remove dust.
What my customers had to say:
"I'm so delighted with my 3 memory bears that I received yesterday, made from our boys baby clothes. I absolutely love & will treasure them forever. I highly recommend, such amazing detail and excellent work. Thank u x" - D. Byrne
"Wow our bear arrived this morning and we could not be happier! My husband and I both cried it was so amazing! Thanks so much for creating such a special bear with our sons favourite clothes from his first year and being such a pleasure to deal with. I fully recommend this five star service!" - J. Daly Lynn"I got a bear made for my mum out of my little boy's clothes for her birthday. The finished bear was absolutely stunning, and just so carefully and intricately made. Melissa was excellent at keeping in touch and communicating, and he turned out much better than I had even anticipated. My mum was really taken aback and thrilled at receiving such a personal gift." - L. Douglas