Remember, wool felt doesn’t like water, so don’t throw your Shroompers in the wash! Curious how to clean them?
Here are some simple instructions.
1. Use low stick scotch tape. Just gently press and pull to lift away dust and lint. Usually this is all you need to do to freshen up your little friends.
2. If there are still small stains then use a tooth brush to gently brush away any dirt from the surface. Then moisten the toothbrush with water and a mild soap and gently rub away the stain. (if this doesn’t remove it don’t keep scrubbing, you might damage the surface).
3. Blot with a soft dry cloth or towel and leave to air dry. do not apply heat.
This is also a good way to wash felt food or any felt or felted object.
My favourite shot of the Shroomper house.
Professor Plurotus is still full of big ideas! After a long wait, 2.0 Plurotus is finished.
Tubs and Tubbles invite you in for some rootle tea!
Nedu tries hard to fit in when he doesn’t need to.
After some much needed beach time Charlotte has created the felt version of Mosa the baby Shroomper. She was going to be the daughter of Musca and Tira but after we made her she didn’t fit with them so right now she is an orphan.
How can she be so cute and so difficult.
Meet Tira, The new design!
Tira has her feet in the ground and her head in the clouds
The Shroompers are handmade mushroom felties for imaginative play!
Shroompers foster creative play for the wholesome development of young children. They are simple in design with neutral expressions so children can project mood and emotion into the dolls themselves. They imply a world and a story but don’t complete it, letting the imagination fill in the rest. Shroompers are for children over three… or the child in you.
¨¨¨) .•*¨ Meet Musca 2.0
Musca looks a little different but he is just like you and me
We updated the Musca design. After making so many new ones we looked back at Musca, who was made first, and knew he needed some work…