Five Awesome stalls:
1. I met these two blokes selling trinket boxes and cube shaped plushies, I asked them where this idea came from. One of them simply said he liked blokes and worked with that in mind. Thus ‘Spirit Blocks’ was born and now you can get all your fav pony’s, anime characters, just about anything in block form! I PARTICULARLY like the Nyan-cat looking medium plushies, so hug-a-ble!
2. I can’t even describe what Pulsefire Kitten sells as she was sold out on Saturday morning ! 8-bits King buddy explained her handmade pony plushies were either all reserved before hand or bought Friday night. From detailed pony plush for £110 the detail is worth the price or else go for a pudgy poni with a squishy and chubby pony for £45.
3. Now Jillah is a whole new pony mane you’re dealing with she makes pony plushies with detachable manes ! You can mix and match or give them a whole new funky mane altogether. Feel free to check out her etsy or email her:
4. Sparkler’s Custom Ponies not only dabbles in plushies, badges, keyrings and all sorts of retro and new pony merchandise she makes custom MLP snow globes! Seriously have never come across something so unique, definitely check her facebook out for the bespoke designs.
5, I quite like Violet Rose's miniature plushies with her own signature chibi faces which she happened to be sewing whilst at the stall, something more affordable for con goers.
These are just a few among many other great stalls such as Mare play selling lots of exclusive MLP merchandise, Forbidden Planet were offering official Adventure Time merchandise at bargain prices and deviantart model maker Frozenpyro Sculptures - who sold out all of his wares friday night too.Geek Stitch there with cross stitch patterns of your favourite MLP character selling set's with all the yarn and patterns included. Aoife Convery was selling a lot of MLP inspired crochet garments Creepy River selling some questionable figures looking figures and a large variety of pins for every character from the series you could think of. The Goodie Wagon sold plushies, custom designed headphones, clothing and even cosplay outfits!
The amount of fantastic art available to buy or commission was phenomenal - I would just have to write a separate article dedicated to that.