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    I have been craving a diaper bag that is easier to use and also lighter. I wanted something I could throw over my shoulder or just hang from my stroller. I was thrilled when this adorable Poppins Blue Butterfly Bag came from Pink Lining.   The Poppins diaper bag is perfect for the fashion conscious... [Continue Reading]

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    Exclusive to DesignerCon is this exquisite-looking "White Deathhead" from David Flores (yes, I might be slightly biased ;p). Produced by BIC Plastic, this item is limited to 25 pieces and available at the Toy Art Gallery booth #400. Price unrevealed at time of this post tho. The grey accented lines gives it a sublime "sophistication" … I wonder how it would look with BLACK instead of grey tho …



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    Funko announced three new licenses in their Pop Vinyl line: Pop! Halo 4 Halo 4 is the first installment in a new totally sweet trilogy of Halo series games, named the “Reclaimer Trilogy”! This game will hit shelves on November 6th and our Pop!’s VERY shortly thereafter on November 8th. Master Chief and Cortana (we [...]

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  • 10/24/12--20:40: BAIT for DesignerCon 2012
  • And while I am unfamiliar with new label BAIT, they seem to be gearing up for November 3rd's DesignerCon with a duo of exclusives, starting with the above-shown Erick Scarecrow’s Little Spiker - in splendid tinted-resin orange, limited to only 16 pieces (no price mentioned), with a Scarecrow signing between 11am to 12noon. Next up is the 100-piece limited Big Bad Buddha Stone Edition from Beefy



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    MonsterPants will be unleashing the Sea-Borg Pinku Resin Figure at DesignerCon this November 3rd, with this glittery-pink version being the latest addition to the Sea-Borgs army. Priced at US$35 each, and limited to only 30 pieces made - Pinku comes packaged in a clear bag with header card. Source: DesignerCon



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    Peep the 2nd colorway of Brandt Peters’ STINGY JACK sofubi produced as a collaboration between Tomenosuke and Circus Posterus. Set to debut at the coming DesignerCon, this "Toxic Marshmallow" colorway is priced at US$95 per. Limited to 120 pieces, half of which will be made available via booth #500 at DCon, while the other half will be via Tomenosuke. Both will be available online after the



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    [11 x images in slideshow above / Full-screen viewing] Alongside the wall of The Substation in Armenia Street, along the single road lane that leads out of the carpark behind the local, lies a wall of street art most folks outside of Singapore might not get to see. Here are some snaps, although I would be the first to admit, taking photographs does not justify fully the experience of seeing



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    At NYCLoveyRepair, they'll help rescue a beloved toy. But they won't take your cash.

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  • 10/24/12--22:32: Name That…Big Hair
  • You just don’t see 3.75″ line that consists of one figure anymore.



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    Earlier today the gang at DC Collectibles posted their latest Q&A on their official blog.   These questions were taken from fan’s questions at recent cons and their Facebook page:   When we say the word “action,” what do you think about? Well, if you think of action figures, then look no further. You’ve just hit [...]

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    Bright and cheery tablecloths and runners make a wonderful decoration for any baby shower. How can they not be when they're filled with bright pink and bright blue baby girl and baby boy colors?

    Any of the fabrics in my LWOriginals “It’s Raining Baby Showers” fabric collections at http://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/lworiginals can be used to make tablecloths and runners.


    For the tablecloth pictured above we used our It’s A Girl! It’s A Boy! 4 Designs Squares fabric at http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/889314 .


    For the runner pictured above we used our Baby Nicky Girl and Boy and It’s A Girl! It’s A Boy! Squares fabric at http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/888811 .

    The amount of fabric you will need will depend upon whether you are making tablecloths or runners, how much you want the tablecloths to overhang the table, how big the tables are, and how many tables you are going to cover. Measure accordingly then by the number of yards of fabric that you will need.

    Each of our tables and runners have lace around the edges so you should buy enough lace trim to go around all the edges of all the tablecloths and runners you are making and provide a 1 1/2” overlap on the ends.

    My Linda's How-Do-I Series? How To Make Our Baby Nicky and It's A Boy! It's A Girl! Centerpiece Dolls Cut and Sew Favor Ornaments E-Book is a 4-page e-book that shows you how to make my tablecloth and runner. They are really easy to make. You're going to love decorating your baby shower with them. Plus, they can be used afterwards by the mother-to-be as doilies for babies bureaus, etc.

    Have fun making your tablecloths and runners.

    Please respect My Terms of Use: All patterns, e-patterns, e-books, tutorials, how-to's, and e-products © 2004-2012 Linda Walsh Originals-Designs by Linda Walsh. All rights reserved, including downloading, mass producing, photocopying, enlargements, reductions,and all other forms of reproduction, website sharing, Email, RSS feeds, or any other means of redistribution. Commercial selling or reselling by any means, including eBay or any other website by permission only.

    Copyright © 2012 - All Rights Reserved - Written By Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals, Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns, and Linda's Blog. Linda is a doll maker and doll pattern designer. http://lindawalshoriginals.com/



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    Copyright ©  2012 - All Rights Reserved - Written By Linda Walsh

    I just LOVE designing ornaments and favors for baby showers that are fun and easy to make.  So, I decided to design 2 different cut and sew fabrics that could be used to make cut and sew baby shower doll favor ornaments.



    My Linda's How-Do-I Series? How To Make Our Twosome Baby Nicky and It's A Boy! It's A Girl! Centerpiece Dolls Cut and Sew Favor Ornaments E-Book is a 6-page color pictorial tutorial that shows you how to make twosome ornaments.  They are just so cute and easy to make.  You're going to love decorating your baby shower with them.  And, your quests are going to love taking them home as a keepsake favor ornament.

    This e-book will show you how to make our twosome Baby Nicky boy and Baby Nicky girl cut and sew ornament and our It’s A Boy! It’s A Girl! centerpiece doll cut and sew ornament. Both of our twosome baby shower favor ornaments are made the same way.

    For the Fabrics you need to buy enough of the cut and sew fabrics you need for the number of ornaments and types of ornaments you will be making.  The fabrics would be as follows:



    Have fun making your twosomes.

    For more information on my e-book please CLICK HERE.

    Posted by Linda Walsh Originals- "Doll Patterns for Grown-up Girls!"
    Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns - "Instant Download E-Patterns for Grown-up Girls!"
    Linda Walsh Originals Dolls - "Handmade Dolls & Crafts for Grown-up Girls!"



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    Since my pink and multi-colored purple roses had come out so well I decided to create an all white rose and multi-colored white/burgundy rose using some of my sister's alpaca, Sunflower's beautiful white roving.


    As I was used to the rose mold by now I had no problem putting the white rose together except I was still breaking needles. The needle felting needles do tend to break very, very easily. I ended up going through 2 more needles before I was finished with all my roses. If you're going to embark on a needle felting adventure be sure to buy lots, and lots of replacement needles as you are going to need them.


    My sister and I had bought some 6" by 8" unfinished picture frames with 3 1/2" by 5 1/2" picture opening that I thought would look nice when finished with my white rose and multi-colored white/burgundy rose.  Once again,  I had decided that gluing them within the picture frame area and having them projecting out of the frame would be a nice way to finish these roses.

    For these two roses, however, I wanted them to appear to be long stemmed roses so I needed to create a long needle felted stem for each.

    I pulled a 6" long and 1" wide piece of the green felting that I was using for this particular rose's leaves and using the pen style needle felting tool and needle felting mat just kept rolling it and felting the green roving until I had a long stem about 5" long and about 1/2" wide that was pretty dense. Using the single needle felt needle I felted the leaves I had created for this rose to the left and right sides of the middle of the stem until they were secure and then I felted the top of the stem to the back of the white rose.

    I thought my needle felted white rose would look nice with a light blue felt backing and complementary blue sponged frame so I painted the frame first with light blue acrylic paint and then sponge painted it with a combination of medium blue, lilac, yellow, and white acrylic paint.  Then I applied one coat of varnish.

    I added the light blue felt backing and a small amount of batting to the 3 1/2" by 5 1/2" picture opening as backing for my rose and then hot glued my rose to the felt.


    I was so pleased with the way the white rose came out that I decided to use Sunflower's white roving and some nice  burgundy colored roving I had previously bought to create a multi-colored burgundy and white rose.


    I used the other 6" by 8" unfinished picture frame with 3 1/2" by 5 1/2" picture opening that I had bought for my multi-colored white/burgundy rose. Once again, I had decided that gluing it within the picture frame area and having it project out of the frame would be a nice way to finish this rose.

    However, I wanted this rose to be more festive for the upcoming Christmas holiday season. So, I decided to back this long stemmed rose with dark red felt and finish the frame with holiday colors.

    I pulled a 6" long and 1" wide piece of the dark olive green felting that I was using for this particular rose's leaves and using the pen style needle felting tool and needle felting mat just kept rolling it and felting the dark olive green roving until I had a long stem about 5" long and about 1/2" wide that was pretty dense. Using the single needle felt needle I felted the leaves I had created for this rose to the left and right sides of the middle of the stem until they were secure and them I felted the top of the stem to the back of the multi-colored white/burgundy rose.

    I thought my needle felted multi-colored white/burgundy rose would look nice with a dark red felt backing and complementary dark red sponged frame so I painted the frame first with dark red acrylic paint and then sponge painted it with a combination of burgundy, Christmas green, Christmas red, and white acrylic paint. Then I applied one coat of varnish.

    I added the dark red felt backing and a small amount of batting to the 3 1/2" by 5 1/2" picture opening as backing for my rose and then hot glued my rose to the felt.


    I like how they both long stemmed roses turned out and will probably create some more of the roses as the mold is really easy to use and adding the long stem was just a matter of rolling and felting the roving. Once you get the hang of it that is pretty easy to do as well.

    Posted by Linda Walsh Originals- "Doll Patterns for Grown-up Girls!"
    Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns - "Instant Download E-Patterns for Grown-up Girls!"
    Linda Walsh Originals Dolls - "Handmade Dolls & Crafts for Grown-up Girls!"



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    WAYNE, N.J., Oct. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/--  Toys"R"Us ® today announced the launch of The Great Big Toys"R"Us Book , the authoritative resource for holiday shoppers on the hunt for fantastic ...

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    Tamashii Nation gets bad with Sol Badguy, Forte, more screenshot

    Sailor Moon is not the only big name shown off at the Tamashii Nation 2012 preview event that just happened. There's much more and it features some pretty bad people.

    Probably one of the titles that has long been overdue for official figures was finally revealed at the Tamashii Nation 2012 preview event. Sol Badguy from the soon to be re-released series Guilty Gear will be added to the D-Arts line of poseable figures. Only the figure was shown so we don't know for sure what additional parts will be included such as faces and effect parts. He isn't the only fighting game character coming. From the spiritual successor of Guilty Gear, Blazblue, the Silver Knight Hakumen will also be coming to the D-Arts line with his mighty blade. Again, just the figure with no details but still exciting news!

    Rockman X has seen quite a few entries into the D-Arts line but the original series is finally getting more attention. One of those entries is one that I've been dying someone would finally do, the hot headed Forte (Bass) who is coming along with Gospel (Treble) to do battle with the already announced Rockman and Rush. Will we see Blues (Protoman) and Roll also come? I for one would much rather have Dr. Light and Dr. Wily. And cute to see all the mutli-colored Rockman figures. Doubt we'll actually see those.

    Finally, the Senran Kagura Figuarts ZERO figures finally sees its five color of Asuka that fans can vote on though they are awfully close to each other. Also announced from the latest Senran Kagura title is Yumi who continues the ridiculous breast busting out of outfit theme. Yikes!

    Once gain, lots to get excited about. Who are you all over? And since more and more is happening, who would you like to see from any of these titles?

    [via MoeyoDengeki HobbyChara-Net Facebook]


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    Tamashii Nation 2012 preview has a load of anime figures screenshot

    Tamashii Nation 2012 may be tomorrow officially but the preview event is already giving us and then some for figure announcements. We've seen Sailor Moon and Sol Badguy to name a couple of big announcements. Now there's a slew of anime titles that are either getting new releases or their very first. There's just too much to count and more that's being dug up.

    The big thing for Bandai that was teased earlier is Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic which still has its anime running. An assortment of characters are being covered including Aladdin, Sinbad, Alibaba, and Morgiana to name a few. These characters will be seeing releases for the Figuarts ZERO and Chibi-arts lines.

    Some of the other noteworthy announcements for the S.H. Figuarts line include Lelouch from Code Geass, Izumi from Another, Golden Darkness from To LOVEru, Nagisa from AKB0048, the entire cast of 009 Re:Cyborg, and Cure Peace from Smile Precure. In fact, Bandai has several figures of Cure Peace and Yayoi from Smile Precure! coming including a multitude of chibi-arts figures. Also coming to the chibi-arts line is Meer from Gundam SEED Destiny. There's also the Third Angel from Evangelion being added to the S.H.MonsterArts line.

    And then we mustn't forget Tiger & Bunny which will see Figuarts ZERO figures for Antonio and Nathan in their casual clothes. All the ladies from Strike Witches are there from the Armored Girl Project line along with Laura and Cecilia from IS: Infinite Stratos. 

    Is that everything? No? Cripes! I'm winded just typing all of this! Hit the gallery for all those figures and then some more and start working on that budget for 2013. Cripes!!!

    [via MoeyoDengeki HobbyChara-Net Facebook]


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    It’s definitely MEGA … @$119 – you get 22 Disney Store 1:43 scale CARS. I’m pretty sure this is the first box set with THREE Lightning McQueen’s in it … the CARS 2 WGP racers are all chromed up. Apparently this is the year of the chrome paint … was it on sale? The second [...]

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    Mikatan shares some photography tips screenshot

    Although Mikatan's photos are pretty much all alike, I always like the shots she takes in her previews. The simple setup in front of her computer, with office lighting, does a fine enough job highlighting the figure she's showing off. This time Mikatan has a post about the process. It's really pretty inspired in its minimalism.

    She shoots with a "borrowed" Sony Alpha 350. It's supported by her knee because she's too lazy to use a tripod. The lighting is done by holding cardboard over the figure, casting a shadow to give it some depth. Easy but effective!

    The post also discusses Nendoroid joints. I've never had a problem with them, like, conceptually, but maybe if your spatial reasoning isn't on my level then it's worth a read.


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