Mom-Owned Business Offers Unique Children's Gifts for the Holidays

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Hand-sewn stuffed toys made from children's drawings bring back the magic of childhood. Happy Doodles offers gift certificates for holiday gifts that celebrate children's creativity.

Happy Doodles: stuffed toys custom-made from children's drawings

For the price of a video game, they have something lasting to hug and remind them of how special they are.

The frenzy has begun. Kids’ holiday wish lists are loaded with toys that flash, spin and beep. Where’s the magic? Where’s the creativity?

One mother of three has started a company that brings back the wonder of childhood by creating stuffed toys from children’s artwork. “Giving a gift certificate from Happy Doodles is a great way to celebrate a child’s creativity,” says Founder Heather O’Neil. “Kids love the idea of turning their drawings into huggable toys. It sends the message that their creativity is important. For the price of a video game, they have something lasting to hug and remind them of how special they are.”

Gift certificates take the pressure off of selecting just the right artwork to bring to life. Whenever the child creates that special drawing, they can send it off to Happy Doodles and in less than two weeks, they get to see it as a stuffed animal. Happy Doodles preserves the artist’s every crayon mark and brush stroke on soft cotton fabric and backs it with the customer’s choice of soft fleece. Happy Doodles gift certificates are available for all sizes of Happy Doodles: eighteen-inch toys, twelve-inch toys, and four-inch key chains, ornaments and backpack charms.

“It’s not too late to order a Happy Doodle for Christmas or Hanukkah, but the holiday rush has begun,” says O’Neil.

For more information about Happy Doodles, or to order a custom stuffed toy or gift certificate, visit

About Happy Doodles:
Happy Doodles was founded by Heather O’Neil in 2012. Located in Needham, Massachusetts, Happy Doodles celebrates kids’ creativity by custom-making stuffed toys from children’s artwork.

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Heather O’Neil
Happy Doodles LLC
Twitter: @HappyDoodles2

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