I finished a mini coloring book!
Loot Crate is looking out for fans who are interested in coming up with a Dream Crate for their subscription box. According to Loot Crate “we offer up a unique monthly subscription box of awesome for every fandom, enthusiast group and style.” I love me some subscription boxes. I have had my eye on Loot Crate for some time, but haven’t pulled the trigger and purchased a subscription yet. Here are some of the items that would be in my Dream Crate, Disnerd style.
I would like it to include all of the Alice in Wonderland Tsum Tsums, awesome Disney Villain bookmark magnets from WonderDame Bookmarks, a Tinkerbell Pop Tee, an entire collection of Disney villain Mystery Minis, and all of the new Beauty and the Beast Funko Pops.
Ok so it is a lot more than the regular Loot Crate, but a girl can dream right?
PPS: I did not get anything for this post. I wish I had gotten a free crate or subscription, but I just did this for fun, because they asked me.
For this swap we had to exchange that make our geeky hearts have all the feels. I was paired with Tula from Primary Library Diva.
She got me so much cool stuff!
SO MUCH AWESOME! She got me the Harry Potter Magical Creatures coloring book! Now I have them all! MWAHAHAHAHA. Alice Takes Back Wonderland by David D. Hammons and it looks amazing. I love Alice retellings so much! She got me a Harry Potter light up wand pen. Yes I swished and flicked and soon as I got it! I also got some Funko Pops! and an Alice Mystery Mini (it was the Cheshire Cat.)
THANK YOU SO MUCH TULA! ❤
PS: Do you ever participate in swaps? I love them! Which ones do you participate in? How did you find them?
Mad Libs are probably going to be the next big thing after coloring books, let’s be real. And you can make your own. Pick a scene or passage or whatever from a book, take out names and nouns and adjectives and verbs and all that fun stuff, and create a Mad Lib. Then fill it out and please don’t die laughing. (And be sure to leave a blank version for others to fill out, too!)
Do a Book Tag
There are these things going around the blogosphere called book tags. It’s basically some idea or subject, and then you put books into their categories, matching them up. Here are just a few tags I found that you can do, or you can make your own!
Hosted by: Alexa Loves Books .
For this challenge we are supposed to take some photos of our books. So, here are my book selfies and book shelfies.
THIS WAS THE BEST CHRISTMAS EVER!!
I got so many awesome things! I got books, and Alice in Wonderland collectables (ok they’re dolls. LOL), a new Kindle Voyage is on it’s way to me, and so much more!
This will totally help on my book buying ban for this year! Plus I got cash and movie gift cards! Jealous? You should be! 😉
Thank you for my gifts Wade, Mom, Dad, Kris, Connie, Davon, and Nanny! ❤ You guys are seriously the best!
Hope everyone has a Christmas that was as good as mine, with lots of laughter and love!
Have you seen these epic book cakes?? I found them over on Pinterest, and let me say they are amazing! I wish I could make beautiful foods like this. I can barely make cookies from a box mix. LOL Continue reading “Epic Book Cakes”
Top Ten Tuesday from Broke and Bookish Blog
My top ten childhood favorites were a bit hard to narrow down, but I think I did a pretty good job deciding. Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday – Childhood Faves”