Our challenge for this Aladdin and Jasmine Disneybound was to find the closest color-matching outfits, in one week and in our budget of $25 for each character.
It's that time of the year when we're all scrambling to figure out what we're cosplaying, what panels to go to, and where the hell did we leave our Krazy Glue at? We know how anxiety-driven and stressful it can be leading up to Phoenix's biggest geek fandom convention, so we made a cosplayer's guide … Continue reading A Cosplayer’s Guide to Phoenix Fan Fusion
One of my many gripes about the Pokémon Detective Pikachu movie was that there weren't enough eeveelutions. I was waiting for my Vaporeon to show up but nada. So, over the weekend after watching the newest Nintendo live-action movie, I put together an outfit inspired by my favorite Pokemon -- Vaporeon. But first, here's the review. Short … Continue reading Easy, DIY Vaporeon Pokemon Ears Tutorial | Detective Pikachu Movie Review
From dragon eggs to the Iron Throne, we show you how to throw an amazing Game of Thrones party without paying the "iron price".
If you've come here for an exact replica of an Infinity Gauntlet and/or a full, in-depth review of Marvel's "Avengers: Endgame", it's best to close out of this blog and then throw your phone/laptop out of the nearest irl window. Friends, we're keeping this tutorial/review short and "perfectly balanced". Too soon? *Snap OK, wow that was … Continue reading How I Turned a Cleaning Glove into an Infinity Gauntlet | Avengers Endgame Spoiler-Free Review
A plane ticket to Tokyo is pretty expensive, and I don't have enough dinero or blog clout for that -- YET. The next best thing is visiting Little Tokyo in Los Angeles, it's the largest out of the three Japan-towns in America. It's the closest you'll get to the real thing, and if you live on the … Continue reading Things to do in Little Tokyo for under $50
I once was called a unicorn-haired millennial b*tch on Twitter. Well, here I am living my truth. We got our hands on the extremely popular “Milleninal Lotería“, a board game created by Mike Alfaro. We were muy excited to finally play this game, because you better believe that it sold out during the holidays! Thanks … Continue reading How to make a Millennial Lotería card costume + game review
I don't know about you, but I can't stand giving out the same ol' mushy gushy Valentine's Day cards. So, this year I made cards that represent fandoms my friends love like Pokemon, Black Panther, Wonder Woman and Doctor Who. These cards were simple, easy and under $5 to make. Feel free to download any … Continue reading How to make geeky Valentine’s Day cards – Free template & tutorial
Happy New Year and challah there! Sorry, I had to get that out of the way before I start talking about challah and tortillas. Anyways ... at the start of the holiday season, my friend Joey and I wanted to make the breads we grew up loving. She grew up in a Jewish family, where … Continue reading Making Jewish challah and Mexican tortillas for the first time
If you're as crazy as us and you want to see the New Year's Eve Ball Drop in Times Square, here are 10 tips that will help you survive the night.