Anime & Disney Shopping Haul #3 At Lil' Thingamajigs - Rilakkuma, Gudetama, Winnie The Pooh, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Sumikko Gurashi, Molang

With Christmas around the corner, and family visiting me for the holiday, I found myself shopping once again for anime merchandise, so I took a trip to Lil' Thingamajigs. I picked up some gifts for myself, as well as some things that I wanted to sell in my store or use for a giveaway. So, I did pick up more during this visit than I did during my last two visits.

The first thing that I was drawn to when I got to Lil' Thingamajigs was the Kimetsu no Yaiba anime wallet. I watched Kimetsu no Yaiba shortly after it was released and reviewed it on this blog. I quite like the series, and since I have no anime wallets in my collection, or anything from Kimetsu no Yaiba, I had to get it. The wallet is very colorful and lovely!

The next thing that I picked up was a Sumikko Gurashi anime bowl. I do not care much for plates, but I love bowls because I eat a lot of soup and salad, and they are easier to manage my portions. This bowl is super cute!

Next I picked up some chopsticks. I use chopsticks for everything from eating food to use as a coffee stirrer. I also like to collect chopsticks like coffee mugs. I have chopsticks based on many different animes including, Totoro, Kiki's Delivery Service, and Gudetama

This time, I saw that Lil' Thingamajigs had Winnie The Pooh chopsticks made by Disney. I grew up with Pooh Bear, adorable little piglet, and sweet Christopher Robin. As a kid, I was obsessed with them, so I decided to add these Winnie The Pooh chopsticks to my collection. 

Lastly, I picked up some more supplies for my language studies: Pencils, a notebook, an eraser, and some more sticky notes.

The notebook that I got is a Korean notebook. It was so cute! It has a makeup and beauty design, and an inspiring message for girls on the back.

I also picked up some Molang sticky notes at Lil' Thingamajigs. I use sticky notes a lot for taking language notes and sticking them in my textbooks, as well as for writing quick notes when I am testing out new makeup and beauty products for my beauty blog. 

I also got some anime pencils for writing and taking notes. I absolutely adore Rilakkuma, so I bought two Rilakkuma pencils, and three Gudetama pencils. Gudetama is so cute; both my sister and I adore him, so when it comes to gift giving, anything Gudetama is perfect for the holiday.

The last bit of stationary that I picked up at Lil' Thingamajigs was a Rilakkuma eraser. This little eraser will get a lot of use in the coming months. 

What anime merchandise have you bought recently?

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