my second replacement earbone! this time on a working furby so it can be seen in action.
Hi, it’s my birthday today and I just want to share this G/F/M my mom made. She’s been my rock since day one and it hurts to see how much she’s been struggling for the past few yeats, especially this year. My computer unfortunately stopped turning on a few days ago so I can’t offer art at the moment, but it’s hopefully getting looked at soon so I will let you know if/ehen my computer is fixed if you want art and we can discuss it in dms. If you can’t d0/n4/te, please reblog, it would be so appreciated, thank you so much ❤
Hey furby fans, I have opened up a seasonal furby themed shop on Etsy filled with lots of fun stuff! :D
- Button Pin Badges
- Build Your Own Bundles
- Everything Furby!
The Furby merch will rotate themes depending on the season and holidays! I would really appreciate it if anyone could spread the word with a reblog! :D The support means the world to me!
earbone replacement prototype! made it out of a plastic toothpick and carved it with a knife
would additionally like to say that chicken nugget and fries are both from completely different states 😭❤️ they found a way back together after 22 whole years…
chicken nugget and fries both share the same birthday and factory 🥺 they’re twins💕✨🎂🎉
Mary Rushton founded The Rushton Company in 1917 in Atlanta, Georgia. Her daughter Wight Rushton designed many of the company’s products.
Rushton toys were made of high quality rayon & plush material, stuffed with top grade cotton, hand embroidered noses, felt tongues and often, satin bows. Most had painted rubber faces.
Rushton made several varieties of “Star Creation” bunny rabbits, which it is often known for. Rushton plushies came in a rainbow of colors, each with expressions ranging from joy to mischievous to sadness.
The company ceased operations in 1983, and its most collectible toys range from the 50’s to the 70’s.
🌺 hello noo-lah! i made this furby checklist/to-do list in the form of a google drive spreadsheet for anyone to copy to their own drive and use :) it includes a few helpful resources and lots of cute pastel colours and emojis. open it here:
click file, make a copy, and you should have an editable version on your own google drive that you can fill in and use to keep track of your collection and customisation projects. have fun!!! 🧡