Many cards and products featuring Tatty Teddy often required a background to place him on.  This was especially true of 'pop-up' greeting cards, which commonly used several layers to create the illusion of depth.  

Some of the illustrations below look oddly flat, but this was to account for the fact that they would be printed on folding areas of the card and therefore the perspective would be completely skewed depending on the angle of the layer.

Just like the original Tatty Teddy illustrations, each image in this section is drawn traditionally in graphite with watercolour accents.