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Tenshi Treasures wrap scrap animals

Tenshi Treasures: wrap scrap creations – mostly stuffed animals. Each custom order is unique, based on your wishes, made with your favorite fabric. I work with fabrics from any brand with any pattern, but what I have in stock is mostly fabric from Oscha Slings. My wrap scrap creations – your treasures.

The options are endless – wrap scrap, stuffing, felt or plastic details, organic cotton plush (or synthetic minky on request) and I can always help you look for that one special piece of fabric, if I don’t have it in stock. Hunting down scraps is part of the fun!

Contact me through Messenger or the Contact form with any questions you may have. I’m happy to answer any questions (wrap and custom order related, at least) and help you find what you’re looking for. Occasionally some of my scrap is available for purchase (as scrap) – you can always ask.

Everything you ever wanted to know...

About getting your own wrap scrap keepsake, that is.

Your own custom

Interested in your own handmade wrap scrap creation? Read all about it here!


Want to see what animals & other keepsakes are available? Have a look!


All about the materials that are used to create your handmade customised wrap scrap Treasure.

Select your perfect fabric piece(s)

If you don't have (the right) fabric yourself (or do not want to chop op your treasured wrap, sling or carrier), you're welcome to browse through what I have in stock. If you find something you like I'd be happy to create something for you with it.

Some of these are available for purchase as scrap - there is a note added to the ones that are available as such. I also have a small selection of plush fabric ('minky') avaliable, but chances are high that I'd need to order some to perfectly match your envisioned keepsake.

News & blog

Latest additions and interesting tidbits


Less is more

23 June 2023

Summer is here and I’m enjoying it!

It’s only two more weeks until the summer holidays will start. Six weeks of no school – that means we get to sleep in on some days, and have time for fun activities and a week of vacation in France. It also means having to navigate working-at-home-days with two kids around, and managing personal irritation levels throughout that time.

To be fair, they’re 7 and 10 now (already?!) and they generally manage to get along reasonably well (better than I used to when my little brother and I were about that age!) but when annoyance gets the upper hand, things get nasty very quickly. I’m sure it’s recognizable 😉 .

So I’ve been building in room for less pressure – only two custom orders per month. That gives me the freedom to move things around a bit, and not “having to finish” so many things at once. It also leaves me time to work on my own projects. Currently I have pieces of Lothlorien Vale and Misty Mountains Namárië ready to be sewn up. There will be two custom orders made out of these fabrics, and I had enough left for my own creations. At least one will probably be available via draw to purchase in the Tenshi Treasures Talk group – so if you’re not in there, go check it out!

While I’m sewing away on my various projects I can be certain I’ll get comments like “Mom, I’m bored!”. Unfortunately for my kids, I lack empathy 😉 and always tell them that if all the toys in their room can’t keep them entertained, they’re free to list them on our local online market place and sell them. If they do it, it’ll get their rooms ever so much tidier and less cluttered. Chances are high they’ll encounter some long forgotten fun item to play with along the way too. And if they don’t, I’ve at least given them an option, and they’ll mope around for a bit, and then decide to go outside and see who they can find to hang out with.

So yeah – less is more. Less clutter, less pressure, less “must”.

Now if only I were better at following my own advice… I just remembered I also “need” to make two camera straps (one for my future camera that I have my eye on, and one for our new binoculars…). Ah well. We’ll have to start with the good intentions and see where we end, won’t we?


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