I’m so thrilled to work with Kawaii Box again to bring you guys a new giveaway! Kawaii Box is a super cute monthly subscription box filled with 10-12 hand-picked items from Japan and Korea, ranging from plushies to pouches to stationery to pens to candy to nail stickers and so much more. Shipping is free worldwide, and subscriptions start at $17.30/month. This is a great box to share with friends! It’s jam packed with goodies! Manda’s already been eyeing some of my items…. Let’s take a look at the November box!
12:26 AM in Blog, Giveaways
Remember those lil shrimps I crocheted about a month ago?
Now I get to tell you what they are for: Australian brand Eat Me Do’s Hardcore Prawn collection! It already looks so fun, and I am dying to see what Part 2 is!
I made all the shrimpies myself, so there is a very limited quantity available. Grab some goodies now before they’re gone! (I’m told they are already very nearly gone anyway!)
Here’s me with one up to my ear while I was showing her the size before I shipped them.
It was really fun to work on these lil dudes. Do you think you would like to see more tiny crocheted doodads as earrings or pendants from me?
06:37 PM in Blog
So we went to Target to just pick up some laundry detergent, and we ended up finding ourselves inside this ugly Christmas sweater for two.
Someone on my Instagram feed said, “I was stocking these sweaters at my Target store and wondering who would end up in them. Now I know.”
If you are looking to stay warm this holiday season, invest in one of these. IT GOT SO HOT IN THERE. ABORT MISSION.
Target also has a blue colorway. I didn’t find the Target sweaters online to link you guys, so you’re just gonna have to go in the store and take some funny photos, too! I found a few links for you guys (here and here), but I’ve never bought from these stores and just Googled them. The one at Target was $30something dollars to give you an idea of the price range!
06:16 PM in Blog
For the last couple of years, Manda and I have always gone to the pumpkin patch together before Halloween. I don’t usually carve mine, and Manda didn’t carve hers this year either. We’re getting ready to decorate the house for Christmas, and I was like, “I was looking into what people do with their pumpkins so they don’t go to waste, but I don’t want to break them down and cut/roast/puree them or whatever.” I’m the only one in my house hold who consumes anything pumpkin-related, and I don’t even consume that much. Manda said she would call the San Francisco Zoo to see if we could donate our pumpkins to them. As it turns out, we could! Manda drove all of our pumpkins to the zoo. The zoo lady said that the little ones could go to the porcupines, and the big ones would become toys for the rhinos.
Here’s a Brazilian porcupine with one of our lil pumpkins! So cute! Have you guys ever seen the video of this other porcupine eating a pumpkin!! His happy munchy sounds are the cutest!
09:10 AM in Blog
Here’s a quick snap of a fun custom order I just completed. She wanted crocheted cup cozies to store her corn dog pens in, so we met up downtown so she could give me her glasses!
04:20 PM in Blog