Step 1: You will need...
There are many possibilities for the face. I chose to use some embroidery floss and buttons, but fabric paint, or just a permanent marker will also work fine.
And finally, the box. A can that formerly held tuna fish is a good size, but once again there are endless possibilities. You will also need a small amount of Velcro to close the secret compartment.
Step 2: Patterns and Pieces
Next, cut out the fabric pieces. Two body pieces, the heart, (and horns, if you want them).
Step 4: Putting it together
The hole to turn the animal outside right needs to be large enough for your box to fit through .
Now, stuff the animal. Center the box under the heart space.
Step 5: The Heart
Also, it is a good idea to hem around the hole for the heart (this hole should definitely be smaller than the box itself.)
Next, sew on the heart half way, and use Velcro to finish sealing the heart down.
Ahhhhhh! It's alive.