Cotton Monster is the handy work of Jennifer Strunge. She creates amazing stuffed monsters in all sizes. Each one is a work of art and totally unique, as she uses no patterns. Her store is almost always sold out, but tomorrow there will be new monsters for sale.
Link, her online gallery also includes photos of giant-sized inflatable monsters.
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