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Category Archives: Cosplay
I’ve resisted posting most of the Frozen fan art. I could fill this blog with it, but the good news is there’s a lot of great stuff out there and it doesn’t take much Googling to find it. However, I’ll … Continue reading
If you’ve never heard of the Glowy Zoey LED Stick Figure costumes before, let me illuminate you. These are DIY kits using an Arduino unit to control over 370 LED lights. Not into the whole DIY thing, you can buy … Continue reading
Yesterday was Dapper Day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It’s a chance for those who are inclined to want to dress up, to step out in style with fellow minded theme park guests, and by sheer numbers, create an atmosphere that’s … Continue reading
Dapper Day started in 2011 as a way to show ones love of Walt Disney Parks by dressing up a bit. The original idea was to wear something fashionable as would have been worn in the 50s or 60s, and … Continue reading