Funko Collection. Collectable figurines.

I started seeing Funko pop vinyl figures at expos and received my first one via my NerdBlock I ordered last year. It was a Batman.

At the beginning I never found them cute, just weird blocks with little beady eyes but then out came Frozen and Minions and I just fell in love.
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My friend gifted me a Minion Dave for Christmas 💕💕💕
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I ended up purchasing Olaf for my little cousin for Christmas. She loved him and
wanted the whole Frozen collection, so my aunt ended buying Elsa for her and now I managed to get Anna as well!

So all we’re just missing Sven and Kristoff. I did see Sven but unfortunately his paintwork wasn’t good. I would order online elsewhere but I like examining the figures on the shelf before selecting one because I find the paint on the details are usually off with these painted figures.
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I also bought Dancing Groot for myself since he’s so cute! I feel like collecting all the minions, plus Disney ones too.

Have you bought a Funko toy? What do you own?

With love,
Kekidoll xoxo

Kekiko

Announcement! New Store Launch at MCM Expo 2013

I’ve been meaning to start my own business for a while now but had never found the time to do it. After speaking to these motivational people who have made time for themselves to expand on their lives, it made me realise I was just procrastinating and stopping myself from achieving anything big.

“Chase your dreams”

So for MCM Comic Con tomorrow I will be there launching my new brand Kekiko. I will be there all weekend, from 25th – 27th October 2013! So come say hi!! We will be at stall W7!
Kekiko
We're near the front of the Expo!
I would also appreciate it if you would like my Facebook page as that would really help boost my morale and urge me to focus, plus work harder on this personal project.

Behind the Name

Keki PandaThe brand name was picked using my alias, Keki meaning ‘cake’ in Japanese since I absolutely love cake! I have a sweet tooth. Ko sounds like ‘co’, meaning company as in business or companionship. Therefore, put together it means Keki’s Company and also Keki & Friends. I have also named my two mascots, a couple of adorable little pandas, Keki and Kiko! So its all tying together and slowly being built upon. There is a lot to do and the range of items I’ve designed is small. I’ve just started to produce some hand made bookmarks for now and shall expand into more stationary, fashion and gift lines for the near future.

Wish me luck!

With Love,
Kekidoll xoxo

Hyper Japan Summer 2013

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So I visited Hyper Japan over the weekend on Sunday 28th July. There was a lot to see! The venue was massive but there was a lot of unused space. This may have been due to allowing extra room for people to walk around in.

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Sunday wasn’t too busy, there wasn’t a queue at the door compared to Saturday. There was a gaming section where new and retro games could be played! I tried out Wonderful 101 on the WiiU. This is a cooperative game where two people fight monsters together using the joypad to create shapes to create weapons. The weapons are created from people, imagine pikmen and calling your minions to group together and produce a sword for you.

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I also played on the Taiko drums which I found rather hard to play since the drums weren’t as responsive. The second time I played, I used the controller but unfortunately I picked up the wrong one and was playing my friends drum; so we had two players on one drum. No wonder Player1 such a high score and Player2 zero points!

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Next I tried out a very old game called Ghouls and Ghosts. Its a Japanese game where you control a spear throwing knight to kill skeletons that pop up from above or the ground. This was a fun game. It was damn hard though! Every time something would catch me out like a random skull being dropped on you or a skeleton happening to emerge where you’re standing. There was also the Nintendo SNES and Sega Mega drive too but u didn’t have a chance to play. The 8-bit and retro console machines will be at Eurogamer in October!

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Shiro-A, an electro pop performance group, performed at Hyper Japan. They were also selling tickets for their event at their stall. I’ve seen them on YouTube and love them! Its so quirky and cool. They were wearing tubes on their head and was running around the whole hall. If you visited their stand they would also let you put the tube on :)

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The food court had so much to try but it was always very busy. Queues everywhere! By the time it died down and I was able to get some the stalls had sold out. :(

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There was a small stage in one corner where they were doing small performances. I saw a lady perform Rococo, usually a male act, which is a comedy performance told by one person. Her story was simple, it was about two kids buying takoyaki but was a coin short. So the older one tricked the owner by asking for the time mid-counting his payment, so he just continued from the number the owner said. Thinking this was clever, the younger kid decided to do the same the next day. To not screw up the trick he reenacted exactly the same scene, word for word at the same stall. This made the store owner worried and asked if the kid needed to see the doctor (because he was talking to himself, hehehe). When it came to payment, the kid asked for the time half way through counting his coins but of course the time was earlier than where he stopped so he ended up paying more than he needed. The end!

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The performer had really good emotions and acting skills! I found it funny ut think she could have told a better story.

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There was also a music performance from an international flute player, shimikansen and drummer. Separate it was boring in a way but it was what they would normally play in the theatre. The flute was piercing and really high pitched but when you put them together and add in a beat it sounds amazing.

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A singer was also singing along to them and taught the audience part of the lyrics. Its so cute! Da pon da pon da pon pon. Doesn’t mean anything but it’s catchy. Some lady was looking at me weirdly because I was singing along… I gave her a “What?! She taught you too yanno!” look.

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I saw many stalls selling cute items. However I only bought a few items because I didn’t take any money out in the morning! Only had £20 on me. Luckily some stalls took card ^___^ I’ll do a full post on that later.

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Did you visit Hyper Japan? What do you like about the Japanese culture? Would you like to visit Japan? I know I want to go again!

With love,
Kekidoll xoxo

Skin Food Blog Sale

I have bought a few bottles of Skin Food skincare products to try recently, read my review on some of their products, and planned to have a blog sale for the rest of the items. Please read on if you are interested in purchasing some Skin Food products to try yourself for a competitive price!
UK patrons only– sorry, most packaging is glass which is heavy for me to ship overseas safely.
P&P: £3.95 + £1.50 per item thereafter.

peach sake pore bb cream
Peach Sake BB Cream – Shade 1 (Light Beige)
A light coloured matte liquid foundation with a pump dispenser that regulates sebum and oils
In Stock: SOLD OUT
Price: £10.00 each

peach sake emulsion
Peach Sake Emulsion
This emulsion boasts to minimise shine and the appearance of pores. It is rich in vitamin a & c to remove greasiness
In Stock: SOLD OUT
Price: £15.00 per bottle

skinfood avocado rich essence I
Avocado Essence No.1
A liquid essence that hydrates and nourishes dull skin
In Stock: 5
Price: £12.00 per bottle

skinfood avocado rich essence II
Avocado Essence No.2
A cream essence that hydrates and nourishes dull skin
In Stock: 5
Price: £12.00 per bottle

avocado eye balm
Avocado Eye Balm
An anti-wrinkle eye balm to help eliminate puffiness, plus hydrates deeply the under-eye area
In Stock: 3
Price: £14.00 each

Skinfood Avocado Rich Emulsion
Avocado Emulsion
Use for deep hydration before sleeping and wake up to baby soft skin
In Stock: 3
Price: £14.00 per bottle

black raspberry eye cream
Black Raspberry Eye Cream
An anti-aging eye cream for dry skin that hydrates the area under the eyes
In Stock: 3
Price: £15.00 each

black sugar mask wash off
Black Sugar Mask
This sugar mask exfoliates, cleanses and revitalises skin; also smells edible… Use this the night before for really soft and supple skin.
In Stock: 8
Price: £8.00 per tub

black sesame hot mask
Black Sesame Hot Mask
Deep cleanse your pores with this hot mask for soft and smooth skin.
In Stock: 3
Price: £8.00 per tub

To place an order, please leave a comment below with:
– the item you would like to purchase
– the amount
– your email address to contact you (enter in the normal box)

I will endeavour to process all orders, your details/comment will not be posted and will purely be used for this sale.
This is operated on a first come first serve basis.

Many thanks,
– Keki xoxo

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