DesignerCon 2012: Paisley Fawn

11:30 AM on 11.05.2012 // Natalie Kipper
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Vintage and new materials combine to form irresistibly cute toys!

Paisley Fawn's booth at DesignerCon was bursting full of delightful Smudges (her signature plushes) and artwork. One of the nice things about her Smudge plushes was that many of them were made using vintage fabric for at least part of the critter's body. For example, the con-exlusive Brea the Mammoth had a vintage, floral print tummy and the limited edition Teddy Bear Smudge was made in part from an old afghan. Also on display were the "Night of the Living Smudge" zombie Smudges, amoeba plushes (hilarious), fox plushes, paintings,  and a veritable menagerie of other Smudges of various designs. 

I loved seeing Paisley Fawn's creations up close. Pictures really can't capture the different textures of the Smudges' varied fabrics. If I had to choose which among those on display was my favorite, it would, hands-down, be Brea the Mammoth. The use of black paint against the Brea's brown fur is very striking plus I love that the tusks are posable.

Be sure to check out the gallery to see what Paisley Fawn's booth had to offer. 

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