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mあddy ([personal profile] meidos) wrote2015-01-31 06:03 pm
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Plot asked if my Cinnamoroll collection had expanded and I realized my shelf of stuff was... sort of messy. So I took a chance to a) redecorate and b) log all my stuffed animals!



A before picture.






First off, pokemon! Most of them are Takara Tomy brand, I think.



I love Scraggy, and they pose super well.



I made this when I was younger because they never made Magnemite plushies.



My favorite water starter! And my favorite water 2nd evo.



And my favorite ghosties. The Jellicent was a recent christmas gift.



Speaking of jellyfish...! For a creature that doesn't have many toys modeled after it, my collection is pretty big.



This is one of those huggable toys, I don't remember what they're called. I got it at AB once, where I had only seen squids everywhere and was sad that there were no jellyfish. When I came across this, my eyes lit up and I asked the guy at the stall to get it for me. The dude froze up for a moment before doing so, then told me I had beautiful eyes after he handed it to me. This sounds creepy, but at the time, it was really sweet! He wasn't weird about it, and I was just so happy to find a jelly, lol.



Clara! I love Kuragehime. I think I got both of these at the same con.



And some small-scale creations. The blue one was a gift from a friend, the middle one is from this InkiDrop Kickstarter, and the far one was bought at AX this past summer.




Some jellies that hang from my ceiling. I got both at aquariums - one from the Mystic Aquarium in CT, and one from the NEAQ in Boston.



And finally, a glow-in-the-dark jelly I got at Aquarium of the Pacific in LA.



Some various ones that were mostly gifts. The giraffe came from a childhood friend, the dead penguin was from the first package Schmittchen ever sent me, the mochi is from Siren (though I paid for it), White Bear is one of my childhood toys, the little pink sheep came from a con I went to in London with Jay, as with the alpaca, and the little sheep with the bell... I don't actually remember, but I think it also came from Schmittchen.



Little seal plushes that I don't remember the name of. I adore them because they are so soft.



A mamegoma I got a long time ago.



And... what you're here for. My collection of Cinnamorolls.



The biggest ones I have - a head, and a... car seat belt wrap thing. I think you use them if the seatbelt digs into your shoulder.



Some kinds with poseable ears. They have wires that help them bend. Also, the middle one does not play music when you squeeze it (I was upset, too)



The sitters. The one on the far right is so soft, but sadly a little rough in some spots bc a dog got ahold of it at some point.



And my teeny tiny ones. these are about half a foot tall at most.



Anyway, here are some random things. The little jellyfish is a cellphone charm I forgot to include in the jellyfish set, the Olaf was a recent gift from my mom, and the fish came with the super big seal plush and looked dumb, so I detached it.



Finally, some dolls! These are posable. The Elsa was a lovely gift from Meaka who gave it to me for Christmas last year because they are incredible, and the other three are Pullips Kore, Nana-chan, and Little Lan Ake.



Fumo fumo touhou plushes. I got that Marisa for about eight bucks and thought it was bootleg, but it turned out it came without a hat. Fine by me, since the hat blocks their entire face (stares at Koishi)



Standing figures. The Youmu is a gross Griffin fig I got years ago that I sat on and myon fell off, and the Yui and Yukko are just little single-pose single-prop figs from cons. I think theyre from GoodSmile.



And finally, some poseables. The Yotsuba is from Revoltechn, and the rest are nendos.

And that's it! Thanks for viewing.


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