Terrifying Plush Toys by Anna Sternik

UK-based artist Anna Sternik creates truly terrifying plush toys for kids, and sells them on her Etsy store. Featured below are some of her unholy creations. Let us know in the comments if you’d allow to play your kid with these!

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  1. Anonymous May 4, 2021

    She must be the tooth fairy…

  2. NotAnonymous May 4, 2021

    So, brave knights, if you do doubt your courage or your strength, come no further, for death awaits you all with nasty, big, pointy teeth!

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  3. Anonymous May 4, 2021

    Love the teeth and lips…
    not sure i want to know where she gets them from lol

  4. Koizoh Rível May 4, 2021

    Curiously, the only things that make them terrifying are human – eyes and teeth. The rest is actually cute.

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  5. Al-nonymous May 4, 2021

    These look an awful lot like the Fugglers shown on this site a year or two ago. Are these from the same ETSY creator?

  6. Crashemup May 4, 2021

    These will end up in dumpsters or in thrift shops where they will be photographed and end up on the internet again

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  7. Al-nonymous May 4, 2021

    To answer my own question, no, Anna and Mrs. McGettrick (who created Fugglers,) are 2 different people. Not sure if either are still operating since COVID hit, however. Crashemup, my nieces still have the fuggler I bought them 2 years ago. Kids seem to love fugglers. Probably the same is true for Uncanny Creatures. It may be a bit of time before these things go to the secondhand stores….. Kids are weird…

  8. Joy Hill May 5, 2021

    I’m 79 and find them strangely endearing.

  9. Anonymous May 5, 2021

    The fugglers brand was sold to a big American company a few years ago and proceeded in mass production of a few different types of fuggler, they were very cheap and tacky. Don’t think they took off once they got there hands on them. I’m pleased to say I have one of the original Fugglers and he definitely won’t end up in a charity shop!

  10. Someone May 5, 2021

    #5 without teeth could be handy when … khm

  11. Anonymous May 5, 2021

    Just SUM of em. Not THE BLOODY ones tho-

  12. Tea May 9, 2021

    I do like the blue guy with the horns.

  13. Haha May 9, 2021

    Would not let my kid play with them not bc of her she loves literally anything creepy but bc I would be scared

  14. ME: May 13, 2021

    the 12. one was actuly (kinda) cute

  15. Nope June 4, 2021

    NOPE, remind me of those fugly characters they used in the Quiznos commercials.

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