Open the card to the sweetest little tawny Teddy Bear holding a red heart that says I ❤ U.
From Pooh to Baloo, from Paddington to the Berenstains, childhood is made all the more magical by friendly bears. Everyone has a cherished teddy bear. Maybe you even let him tag along through high school, college, and on travels around the world well into adulthood.
Give a Loving Teddy Bear pop-up card to someone you love, so they can can keep their Love Bear with them wherever they go to remember your love!
Perfect for a child’s birthday, a birth announcement, Baby Shower, a Valentine, for a beloved teacher, a girlfriend / boyfriend gift, a snuggly anniversary, a special friend.
Bears need people. People need bears.
In a world where everyone seems to be larger and louder than yourself, it is very comforting to have a small, quiet companion.
A bear teaches us that if the heart is true, it doesn’t matter much if an ear drops off.
Everything in life I share, except of course my teddy bear!
Love me Love my Teddy Bear.
In a world gone bad, a bear – even a bear standing on its head – is a comforting, uncomplicated, dependable hunk of sanity.
Anyone who has looked a teddy bear in the face will recognize the friendly twinkle in his knowing look.
Remember when I said Teddy can’t sleep without me? Well, truth is, I can’t sleep without Teddy.
Wake in the deepest dark of night and hear the driving rain. Reach out a hand and take a paw and go to sleep again.
Bears sleep by day. At night they stay awake to chase away bad dreams.
It’s hard to visualize the toys you had fifty years ago – all save Bear. He’s as clear as if he were sitting on the desk in front of you… and he probably is.
Once a bear has been loved by a human being, its expression is forever marked.
~Jama Kim Rattigan
A bear remains a bear – even when most of him has fallen off or worn away.
One never quite gets over a lost bear.
Bears being sent through the mail should never be squashed up to make them fit. It gives them indigestion.
You really don’t have to be young to find a friend in a teddy bear.
“Bears are just about the only toy that can lose just about everything and still maintain their dignity and worth.
There’s no bear like an old bear.
A bear grows more alive with age. No one with one ounce of sensitivity could ever consign a bear to the dustbin.
When everyone else has let you down, there’s always Ted.
Teddy bears don’t need hearts as they are already stuffed with love.
There’s just something about a Teddy Bear that’s impossible to explain. When you hold one in your arms, you get a feeling of love, comfort and security. It’s almost supernatural.
Teddy Bears are like keys . . . They’re always in the first place you think they’d be, and the last place you look.
A.Word.A.Day with Anu Garg: arctophile
MEANING: Someone who is very fond of teddy bears or collects them.
ETYMOLOGY: From Greek arctos (bear) + -phile (lover). Earliest documented use: 1970.
USAGE: “I am a past president of the American Society of Teddy Bear Collectors and have contributed dozens of articles to Teddy Bear Review and other arctophile journals.” ~Clifford Chase; Winkie; Grove Press; 2006.