Since that dartboard store didn't release the Hello Kitty 40th Birthday Collection on September 14, 2014 as promised (any article giving a date of product release is in my books a promise) Toys R Us came in and saved the day with their jumbo Hello Kitty plush that includes a 40th Anniversary inscription. Bullseye! They hit their target. Me.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Monday, September 15, 2014
Why can't 7 Eleven in the USA do promotions like this? I'm extremely grateful for what private shoppers and Ebay can offer for a Hello Kitty fanatic like myself but these DC Comics superheroes are American characters and should of been released in America first. This is becoming a pattern that makes me wonder if someone has a problem with the United States of America. What's next? The Hello Kitty Simpsons collaboration releases in North Korea?
Sunday, September 14, 2014
I just browsed Target.com for the Hello Kitty 40th Anniversary collection that's supposed to be out and I haven't found one thing yet. I hope it's supposed to say 40th Anniversary on the packaging because I won't know that it's special if it doesn't. In the mean time I did find some Hello Kitty products that are offering $5 gift cards with a purchase.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Friday, September 12, 2014
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Today marks the 5th Anniversary of my blog Hello Kitty Limited and it's been a crazy five years but I'm still loving it. I don't know if I have another five years in me but it doesn't hurt to try. My blog has gotten me out of my comfort zone many times and has given me a new lease on life. Although I still have to pay rent and boy have I paid. Some of my blog designs makes me question what the hello was I thinking but after five years I think I have finally settled down with my Disney Hello Kitty theme. Not to mention I have a new obsession. Mickey Mouse.
I am so excited for this line of Hello Kitty for men coming out next year. I'm definitely more excited about it than the hubby but he'll get into it. He either pretends to like Hello Kitty for my sake and is screaming his head off when I'm not around or he genuinely likes her. Sometimes I can't tell.
Monday, September 8, 2014
I'm going to have so many Hello Kitty inflatables for Halloween the trick or treaters won't know where the door is to get candy.
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Saturday, September 6, 2014
Super Cute Hello Kitty Sewing Machine!
Sewing has seen a tremendous growth in popularity in the last few years. Sewing classes are overflowing and sewing machine sales have also grown substantially. My newest grand-daughter has also developed an interest in sewing and is also a huge Hello Kitty fan. I knew immediately that I had to get her a Janome Hello Kitty sewing machine. At first glance you may think they are toys, but let me assure you they are not. These reliable, easy to use and affordable little sewing machines perform just as well as a regular sewing machine; with the added bonus of being super cute!
There are three manual sewing machines and one computerized machine to choose from; all of which are made by Janome. If you aren't familiar with the Janome brand, you should know that they are a very well respected company that make excellent sewing machines that are built to last. Each of the three designs is are quite different, but all look amazing. I bought the bright red Janome 13512 for my grand-daughter for her birthday and she just about jumped through the roof she was so excited. We have since been working through a beginner sewing book and she has been tremendously happy about her new sewing machine. These machines are not just for kids either. They are made for Hello Kitty fans of all ages and perform extremely well. If you need a new machine or are going to take up sewing and are a Hello Kitty fan, why not treat yourself? I guarantee that every time you walk into your sewing room any one of these machines will bring a smile to your face. You can find reviews and more information about these Hello Kitty Janome sewing machines here.
Jessie Pullman is a mother and grandmother who has been sewing for many years. She currently lives in Seattle, Washington where she is retired and working on all things sewing related. Visit Jessie here at her website GrandmaLikesToSew.com