Children are known to have a wild imagination that often results in creative masterpieces that end up on the walls and fridges of their homes.
Fortunately, one company now also offers to convert doodles into unique toys that are available for $99 and upwards.
Budsies was founded back in 2013 when Alex Furmansky spotted business opportunity after feeling inspired by his younger sister’s drawing.
Thinking “what if I could turn a drawing into a stuffed animal friend that would last forever,” Alex decided to start Budsies and bring doodles to life.
“In the beginning, most of the orders were of kids’ drawings, doodles, and other artwork” Melissa, the company’s spokeswoman, said in an interview with Bored Panda.
“Now, we see everything from a child’s first drawing, to detailed original characters, author’s book characters, sports team mascots and more. The idea is truly limitless and that’s what makes Budsies so special.”
According to the Budsies website, the company has already created more than 76,000 unique toys based on children’s, and sometimes adults’, drawings.
“We’ve had people cry, scream, lots of hugging their Budsies, and people who are just speechless,” Melissa added, speaking of people’s reactions upon getting their Budsies.
“We’ve also made Budsies in honor of someone who has passed, and those are very emotional reactions that really touch our entire Budsies team and community.”
Thanks to their program called Budsies Pals, the company also works to provide free toys for kids who are going through rough times.
“Some of the Budsies that we have made are from drawings of kids who unfortunately passed away and the Budsies are given to the family,” the spokeswoman explained. “It very touching knowing that we have given something to these families who have been through so much.”
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