Ponycon Swag

My haul includes:

Swag from Ponycon (10-11 Oct 2015)
Swag from Ponycon (10-11 Oct 2015)

Poster + free poster from last year (“Keep calm and Ponycon”)

DVD: My Little Pony: The Movie

MLP Collectable Card Game: 2x decks and 2x shiny cards for me and Craig making Top 8 (that’s a big deal if you’re as vague as me when it comes to this game). Also, free t-shirts for each of us too.

Plushies: Discord and Sunset Shimmer. Had to talk Craig out of buying Cheese Sandwich, since that was bought and hidden last month in preparation for his birthday (which is in November). Obviously, I had to come clean on why he couldn’t buy the plush he wanted, so hence it’s on this blog.

We got a “Hairy Babies” print by reaperfox, who is one of the nicest people ever. Seriously, I could have talked ponies and eBay and everything with her all day.

And, despite telling myself repeatedly that I wanted the “envy” hair colour (dark green), I came away with two hanks each of Key Lime (light green) and Sour Apple Martini (neon green).

The on to the ponies, I think a bullet list will be best:

  • Baby Halfnote
  • Blossom (baity, but collector’s pose, so she’s getting re-haired)
  • Bluebell
  • Butterscotch
  • Dancing Butterflies
  • Floater (duplicate because I love her colours)
  • Gusty (because when I smoked, I smoked around her, and she went beige, so I wanted a pristine one on my shelf while I sun bleach my poor girl, who I treated badly)
  • North Start
  • Powder
  • Sky Rocket
  • Stardancer (x2 – I kind of ran amok)
  • Starshine
  • Steamer/Tracks (Big Brother)
  • Strawberry Fair (another one, a gift from Craig, because he knows how much I love her, I really do have the best husband ever)
  • Tic Tac Toe and Baby Tic Tac Toe
  • Truly (So Soft), who I’ve always loved for the pose she was in
  • Wave Runner
  • Windy

Craig bought baits for his project:

  • Galaxy
  • Lemon Drop
  • Lickety-Split
  • Masquerade (bait for me)
  • Sundance
  • Sweet Stuff (we have so many copies of her in the house)
  • Tootsie

I don’t even want to look at how much I spent, but it was worth every penny.