Frozen Cuddly Toys




Introduction: Frozen Cuddly Toys

Summer is coming, are you tired of the old, hot cuddly toys that make you sweat? 
Make your own frozen cuddly toys, then you can still hug your favorite teddy bear and still feel cool. 

Step 1: Materials and Equipment

well obviously you will need a cuddly toy and lots of water. Then you need a freezer and a tray to put your cuddly toy on. I had a little problem finding a freezer because my parents wouldn't let me use their one, so I phoned my grandparents and asked if i could use theirs. 

Step 2: Soaking the Toy

Put the cuddly toy in water until fully soaked and put it on a tray.

Step 3: Freezing the Toy

Now, put the soaking wet cuddly toy (with the tray) in your freezer, i recommend turning on full power. Depending on how big your cuddly toy is, it will take a certain amount of time for the water to freeze. I would suggest freezing it overnight.

Step 4: Hug Me!

when your cuddly toy is completely frozen, it is ready for hugging!
And no, this is not an excuse to steal your brothers teddy bear and freeze it.

Step 5: Thoughts

When I went to my grandmother's house, she welcomed me and lead me to the fridge, I did my job and took pictures. then she invited me to sit down, we chatted and laughed a lot. I think we should negotiate more with our grandparents and know more about their lives. Every now and then, I call my grandparents for a chat, this is a good way to learn and you might even pick up some good ideas.

Step 6: Orange Flavored Cuddly Toys?!

this is just a random suggestion, but dipping the toy in orange juice then freezing it seems like a tasty and fun idea, mmm...

Step 7: Disclaimer

Your cuddly toy might end up over-stretched because the ice expands and causes the fabric to become out of shape. I would recommend using an old toy. 
but only MIGHT
Make sure it dries properly or it will end up with molds.

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    5 Discussions


    6 years ago

    I think this is an excuse


    9 years ago on Step 7

    This is a really awesome idea but one thought... If the toy didn't thoroughly dry out could it go mouldy?


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    thank you for your concern, I have added it to the disclaimer