And no, I’m not talking about Pokemon here, heheh. One of the things I’ve noticed as an emphatic collector of things that relate to my most loved fandoms is that my collections tend to evolve, especially the longer I end up in the fandom. When I’m building my collection, I tend to buy anything and everything relating to my favorite show or game. Sailor Moon hairbrushes? Sure, I’ll buy six! Twilight … Read more Evolving Collections
I’m sure many of you have already heard that Viz has released a new version of the Sailor Moon dub, far better and more accurate than the DiC version from the mid-’90s. Well, the DiC version was the one I grew up on – and while it’s what sparked my nearly two decade long love of Sailor Moon, it was incredibly cringe-worthy. So, when I found out that Viz had redubbed … Read more Instant Reaction: Sailor Moon dub episode 1!
Hello all! I hope your Monday went well – mine was a bit of a mixed bag. Ah well. I’ve got a fresh batch of crafty picks for everyone this week! Case of the Mondays Cross-Stitch Kit Speaking of Mondays… this would be a hilarious addition to anyone’s cubicle, haha. It’s in a handy dandy kit, put together by Purple Hippo Stitches, and also part of their Tax Day Sale! I’m … Read more Beth’s Craft Picks of the Week! – 4/15/13
I love playing video games. It’s one of the first nerdy things I’ve ever done – play games on my Atari when I was 5 years old. I especially love retro video games – the older, the better. After a friend of mine posted about the Sailor Moon games that came out for the Super Nintendo/Super Famicom back in the height of Sailor Moon’s popularity, I figured I might as well … Read more The Crafty Nerd Plays Video Games: Sailor Moon S Puzzle Game
Not many people out there know about punch embroidery. To tell the truth, I’d never heard of it until I met my mother-in-law – she makes beautiful punch embroidery pillows, with the help of my father-in-law. (Kathy does the punch embroidery, and Mike sews the pillows.) When Kathy found out I could sew, I was pulled in to help sew the pillows – but I was way more interested in learning … Read more Punch Embroidery: The Lost Art