Category: Cosplay Stuff

 
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Photo spam of Zephyr, my amigurumi mini me~

Photos of life size amigurumi in scrubs

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Crochet Link Hat(Zelda)+Pattern Link

So this passed Wednesday I was taking my lunch break from school when one of the cafe workers in the coffee shop asked me how much I would charge to make her a Link hat. I told her I don’t sell or accept commissions. Then that was that. Or was it? I felt rather ambitious … Read More

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Get ready with me, Moon Prism Power–Make Up!!

The latest WordPress.org release allows video uploads. So I want to see how the player performs. Here’s a video of my applying my makeup and chatting.

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The updating of Black Lady cosplay Pt 1

Happy Tuesday, readers and visitors. So once upon a time… I did a half hearted cosplay on Black Lady. I say half hearted because I was missing a few significant details. Earrings and wrong pink pigtails. Well I want to remake it to Black Lady perfection. Here’s some of the updates: As you can see … Read More

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What happens when you cross Tomoe Mami with Hachune Miku? 

Did it need to happen? Yes, indeed it needed to happen. Why shouldn’t Hachune Miku experience being a magical girl?  …because it’s a trap? Because Kyuubey is a liar and a plague to humanity? Because Hachune Miku was in the middle of studying and can’t save the world?!?!?  Nonsense. Those are all excuses.  This is … Read More

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Crochet Harley Quinn Wig (How-To)

Oh hey! Last year I cosplayed as Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad. This blog post is sharing the how to create a creative spin hair for a Harley Quinn cosplay– crochet the wig, similar to the cabbage patch wigs–but way cooler and dye the ends. Here’s to creating and experimenting with a unique spin on … Read More

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Crochet Ariel Birthday Cosplay/Cosbound

So this is a story all about how my life got– oh wait. I decided to cosplay as Ariel on my 29th birthday. I am entirely convinced that I’m indeed a mermaid, well at least in swimming pools. Hurray for finding an exercise that is enjoyable that doesn’t feel like work. I had a few … Read More