This time, I'm going to be posting my anime stationery and the stationery I'm using NOW. First, I'll post the latter ^_^
Right now, I'm using these letter sets and stickers. I still have a few people to write to (like 4?) and thought it would be better to switch off my stationery than use the same one.
Gawds, I've had this stationery FOREVER! I need to hurry up and use it. It doesn't help that I had two packs and I finished off one pack already. This one is halfway down.
I just started using this one...
Stickers to put on random things...
Stickers that came from packs of stationery that I'm using...
Alright, onto the next umm... category! ANIME stationery! I was sooooo into anime so I did everything I could to get my hands on anime stationery. This was before I found the obscenely kawaii stationery ;P~ Some were given to me from friends and some were swapped... I'm including stickers in here too :P
The St. Tail sticker was given to me by a penpal a LOOONG time ago!
Marmalade Boy was the very first EXTREMELY shoujo (non-magical girl) anime I had ever seen. I loved it even if I found the main character so very annoying. My friend sent these to me from Japan
There were 5 different designs. I accidentally took one picture with my regular sticker sheets, so I'll include that one in the sticker sheet post.
Digi Charat stickers. I bought these at Anime Expo. Digi Charat was a HUGE hit back then! My fave character was Dejiko :P
Detective Conan had been my favorite anime of all time. One of our employees (when we owned a restaurant)' daughter sent these from China for me :)
You're Under Arrest notebook and 2 packs of Digi Charat stationery featuring Dejiko (see? I told you she was my fave)
X stationery and a Cowboy Bebop pad of paper. I believe Strawberry Milk sent to me wayy long ago!
I also used to collect BISEN. You know how there's the doujinshi conventions in Japan? (The most well known one is COMIKET) They don't just sell doujinshi, they sell BISEN too which are fanmade stationery. I only started collecting them when my penpal in Japan was telling me about the doujinshi circles and "events" ("events" = conventions big and small). She participated in a lot of them. She even helped me make my own, which was done in like 2002 or something.
Anyway, I started collecting them because of her and MOST of them were sent by her and some were made by her. It's super difficult to photograph these as each piece of paper is a different design. Do you know how difficult that's going to be?
This is the amount of BISEN I have. I don't know if you can tell but this is 2 inches of sheets of paper! (minus some of the plastic wrap) -_-;;;; Maybe one day I WILL post them up...but I really don't think I will.