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bunnywarez at furcon 2006

bunnywarez at furcon 2006
Originally uploaded by djmermaid.
This is a photo of Keres and Sesu hanging out with us at the bunnywarez booth at furcon, and showing off the artworks they won in the auction. This was taken on Sunday afternoon by Pup. As you can see, we're having a great time!

Thanks to Keres for permission to use the photo. (And thanks to Sesu for making such a rad ninja kitty!)

BTW, if you want to see a bigger version of the photo, you can click through to Flickr by clicking the image.

We are seriously considering going to some other cons - to vend in some cases, and just to have fun in others. I love seeing all the costumes - it's really inspirational! And I enjoy the opportunity to take a mini vacation and meet new people, most of whom are friendly and open. (Not to mention the opportunity to run around in costume all weekend long - ok, so I live in the bay area, and I can do that any time I want. It's still fun to have it in a more concentrated setting.)

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From: lord_kook Date: January 31st, 2006 05:26 am (UTC) (Link)

Add care instructions for your fab products on the site! Or just tell me the best way to get my pink leg warmers clean! :)
djmermaid From: djmermaid Date: January 31st, 2006 06:02 am (UTC) (Link)
We have a whole new site rev in the works, including FAQ... and we are also going to have care tags on items in the future.

For faux fur, the main thing is never to use heat - wash in cold water (by hand or by machine) and air dry, or if you have access to a dryer with a no heat setting, you can tumble them with air only. They should air dry pretty quickly.

As for soap, to hand wash Dr Bronner's is always good, or whatever your usual laundry soap is. No bleach. I recently tried this stuff called oxi-clean and it is amazing. The water turns grey and the item looks like new. If you have that, it is the idea way to clean your faux fur. I've seen it at bed and bath, and at costco (and if you don't have any, I can slide you some the next time we see each other.) It really is super rad... not to sound like an infomercial, or anything like that. ; )

From: lord_kook Date: January 31st, 2006 05:08 pm (UTC) (Link)
You guys should totally film a cheesy little infomercial for your site... with bad casio music. hehehe.
tawnygnosis From: tawnygnosis Date: January 31st, 2006 06:29 am (UTC) (Link)
You guys are adorable.
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