Happy midweek everyone 🙂 As promised in my last entry, today’s post is on the STGCC 2017 Artist Happy Hour gathering, which I had the pleasure of attending.
This event was organised by HorNest, at the eclectic XY Hotel Bugis. If you have a penchant for boutique hotels, do check this property out. It’s centrally located near town, and is a stone’s throw away from many cultural sites and local attractions. I didn’t get to visit the rooms but from a quick search online I learnt that the rooms are designed thematically, making each stay’s experience something new. XY is definitely a place I will bookmark for staycations – there’s even a pool, sweet!
With that, let’s move on to the night’s events proper.
Hello Everyone, today’s post is a deviation from my usual beauty and skincare reviews. It’s the time of the year where I embark on my annual pilgrimage to the STGCC (Singapore Toy Game and Comic Convention). Although the event may be well over, I thought it would be nice to share my thoughts and experience for this year’s convention.
Other than being a beauty junkie, I’m also an avid collector of toys and figures – primarily Japanese vinyl toys (sofubi), or if they fall under the colourful, and the cute. Last year I bought Tokidoki’s unicornos, this year my haul was slightly more different.
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, I previously wrote about my STGCC 2016 experience. This year was equally as fun, in fact, we were blessed with more than what we set out to accomplish. 😍
Read on to find out more!
Photo credits to TOYSREVIL (Remember kids, stealing pictures is theft too! Always credit the originator, have some ethics)
Alright, lets get started. So over the weekend I attended the Singapore Toy Game and Comic Convention (STGCC) because:
- I haven’t been to one
- I wanted the mini fantasmic muckey in the image above (small one on right) – since the big one was an earlier release which I can’t afford now. Toys have this amazing ability to appreciate in value, to which till date I cannot fathom.
Aside from the muckey from Instinct Toys, I also got my hands on a couple of Tokidoki Metallico Unicornos – which I think were launched in SDCC as well. I have shown them on my Instagram, and they are beautiful. Go unicornos!
Read on for my overall experience!
Hi everyone! I’m doing a little deviation from my usual beauty reviews today, it’s more of to share my latest toy and also that EMC is now on Facebook! (yes, high time I know).
Granted I am not a mega famous A-list blogger, I would really appreciate if you’ll like to stay in contact/share stuff with me/know me better/be my friend over at eatmycrayons’s Facebook page. In turn, I will be sharing tasty little nuggets of my day-to-day happenings, quick honest reviews (for busy people who have no time to trawl through a lengthy blog post), and pretty much spontaneous beauty rambles.
Again, this is the link: https://www.facebook.com/contact.eatmycrayons/