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Just in time for spring, these delicious apples are ready for you to pick. Anna Chambers' plush apples are available in Happy Red, Happy Green, Sad Red, or Sad Green. Made of super velour, these apples measure about 4" round - not including stem and leaf - and each comes in it's own plastic shell with sticker.

They are limited to:
Happy Red (ripe
& juicy): 450 pieces
Happy Green (crisp & delicious):
200 pieces
Sad Red (tart & tangy): 200 pieces
Sad Green (sad
& sour): 150 pieces

Contact DKE Toys for wholesale information.  Look for them to retail for $15 each.

Comments

Anne
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I was going to say, these look EXACTLY like the Sewing Stars apples. Glad it's not just me who noticed.

Of course it's possible for two people to have a similar idea, but you do expect an element of personal style to show through in the design and execution – these don't look anything like Anna Chambers' previous plushes :/

Anne
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I was going to say, these look EXACTLY like the Sewing Stars apples. Glad it's not just me who noticed.

Of course it's possible for two people to have a similar idea, but you do expect an element of personal style to show through in the design and execution – these don't look anything like Anna Chambers' previous plushes :/

Rai
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@PatRat – Still looks like Sewing Stars' apples came first. 😡

Rai
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@PatRat – Still looks like Sewing Stars' apples came first. 😡

Donuts.
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These are obviously …um… INFLUENCED by Sewing Stars. They don't even look like Anna Chambers other products.

Donuts.
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These are obviously …um… INFLUENCED by Sewing Stars. They don't even look like Anna Chambers other products.

Colin
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Donuts, you are being quite restrained. There is more than influence going on here. More like blatant rip-off. Because as Rai says, sewingstars was making them first. Do all crafters now have to watch their backs less Ms. Chambers decides to copy their ideas too?

Colin
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Donuts, you are being quite restrained. There is more than influence going on here. More like blatant rip-off. Because as Rai says, sewingstars was making them first. Do all crafters now have to watch their backs less Ms. Chambers decides to copy their ideas too?

Amanda Visell
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Guys I've followed anna through the whole design process of these as well as many of her other characters. These are her designs. When you deal with such simple characters lots of things start looking like they're in the same family. Anna has a unique ability to infuse charm more than any artist I know. Come to our show tomorrow and meet her and check out her stuff in person.

Amanda Visell
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Guys I've followed anna through the whole design process of these as well as many of her other characters. These are her designs. When you deal with such simple characters lots of things start looking like they're in the same family. Anna has a unique ability to infuse charm more than any artist I know. Come to our show tomorrow and meet her and check out her stuff in person.

Colin
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No thank you. I'll stick with the originals.

Colin
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No thank you. I'll stick with the originals.

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