Heba’s Plush Night Light Proposal

I wanted my plush night toy to be something that kids love to hug all night. My initial idea was to design it in the shape of a crab because more “hands” to hug!

However, I decided to change it since the making of all “hands” might not turn out the way I want it to.

So the idea I will be working on now is a twist on the concept of “Monsters under the bed” and turn it into “Monsty to hug on your bed”!

Since it’s meant to be hugged by kids between the age of 6-10 years when they go to sleep, I wanted to make the arms long and maybe add velcro straps to the end of the arms so that the kids could strap it onto their arms or anywhere they wish and wouldn’t feel alone at night. I was also thinking of using a fabric that stretches so that the kids can play with it without having to worry about tearing the toy.

The LED lights would be placed on the main hug touch points like the arms and heart of the plush toy. 3 LEDs would be used for each touch points.

I got various kinds of fabric and few scrap patches, like the white frilly patch, as I want to experiment by creating different patterns, bring in different textures on it and learn how to sew them all into one toy!

2 thoughts on “Heba’s Plush Night Light Proposal”

  1. Love the idea of a huggable monster! It definitely would have been helpful to have when I was younger and asking my parents to check the closet for monsters haha.

    This shape that you came up with actually reminds me of a manta ray! (esp. the one from Finding Nemo!) Maybe that could be something to help you think about the shape and the ‘huggability’ aspect of the plush.

    This definitely seems feasible and I am excited to see it light up the room!

  2. The huggable monster is so cute! I wonder when you hug the monster, the monster will light up will be warm and comfy.

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