The California Crafters Club of Etsy (CCCOE) is a group of independent artists, crafters, & artisans from California who sell their wares on Etsy.com.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Happy Bring Your Teddy Bear to Work Day!

You probably think I'm making this one up. I'm not. In my monthly search of obscure holidays, I chose this over "National Play Tag Day." If you're working today, be sure to take one of these cute Teddy Bears, by our talented CCCOE team, along.

12 comments:

  1. Great post and finds! What a great obscure day.

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  2. Really? I must find my teddy bear.

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  3. Ahh so cute. Who whould have ever known there was such a holiday. I guess we find almost anything to celebrate :) Love all the cute teddy bear creations here!

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  4. Thanks for including my bear in your nice post. I love bears and actually made 3 more today. So, I guess I did bring them to work...

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  5. How fun! What a cute holiday - goodness knows some days at work are tough and hug from one's teddy bear would help.

    Great finds, thanks for including my teddy bear photo prop. =)

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  6. How fun! What a cute holiday - goodness knows some days at work are tough and hug from one's teddy bear would help.

    Great finds, thanks for including my teddy bear photo prop. =)

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  7. Wow - I never knew there was such a day. Such cute little bears! Thanks for including my little bear bookmark!

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  8. Such sweetness! A beary perfect holiday! ✿

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  9. What a sweet holiday theme, love it! Thanks so much for including my cloudnine teddy bear necklace, love all your other picks too!

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  10. What a sweet and cute holiday theme, love it! Thanks so much for including my cloudnine shop's teddy bear necklace, love all your cute teddy bear picks!

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  11. Great post and very cute teddy bears!

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