Hi, everyone! Over the last few years I have collected various merchandise of an anime/manga series called Sugar Sugar Rune. It is a cute show about two witches who are sent from the magical world to Earth to capture the (replaceable) hearts of humans. In simplified form, it is a competition in which whoever captures the most hearts will become Queen of the magical world.
With that in mind, there are plenty of references to hearts, love, and magic, so I put together a collage of stickers and prints I purchased from several Etsy stores and have displayed them in a floating frame.
I love the Valentine one~! It’s so cute. -^^-
There is another collage I put together using a shadowbox to display a variety of things, including my Chocolat and Vanilla dolls, Pierre bookmark, stickers, crystal heart props, promotional prints, Vanilla cellphone strap, and sweet little vinyl notebook/diary.
Besides these recent Sugar Sugar Rune collages, I have also been slowly assembling an ita bag display. The bag itself is pastel pink with magical-girl-esque detailing. It’s very cute; however, the window for the bag has, um, interesting cuts, so it makes it difficult to decide what items to put where… anyway, when I finish it, I will be sure to show you how it turned out. ^^
Previously, I talked about using the shopping service, Buyee, to purchase some rare items. In this post I will reveal what I had inside that large box I received. Most of the merchandise is vintage from the anime/manga Kodocha, and also some items from another anime/manga called Sugar Sugar Rune.
It is all an assortment of toys, stationary paper products, posters (they are rolled up to the right ^^), key chains, pins, and household goods. Everything is so cute and are great collectibles, excellent for displaying. I have since created space in my room featuring my collection, utilizing a floating shelf to display the new Kodocha toys with other ones I have and a chain holding key chains and themed button-pins across my wall.
I especially love the Sugar Sugar Rune calendar. It is one for this new year, 2020, and has beautiful illustrations, including one of Pierre. *swoon*