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Inspired :: Waldi and Sprinter

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Not only do I fall hard for gorgeously and well designed children's toys, but I am a lover of dogs and to see these two combinations done so perfectly by Ellen Heilmann and Kathrin Schumacher made my heart flut-flutter. Of course I spotted them at the awesome Kickcan and Conkers, thanks for the great find Deborah! I doubt anyone would actually allow their child to play with Waldi and Sprinter (yes, they have names), but even as decoration they would be perfection. Bk2

Now I just have to figure out, how I could convince Ellen and Kathrin to do the same thing but of bulldogs (my obsession). I imagine making those sleek lines would become somewhat of a challenge then (he he). – Tiffany King


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