Yurio first because he is the easiest to draw and also my favorite. <3 I was pretty torn on whether to use this floral pattern or a pattern of gold tiger stripes for his hair, but in the end decided the flowers felt more Agape.

He’s for sale, my lovelies! Send me an ask or use the chat feature if you’re interested!  Sold!


Old dolls

New beautiful children

Happy 413 all! To celebrate, I made you all these Beta kids paper dolls! I had a ton of fun making them! They can all hold things (except rose, but the’re 2 of her,) and the mayor can hold Dave’s hand or ride on his shoulders. Its up to you!

Feel free to ask about my paper doll process! Or anything on your mind, really.


Last but not least, here’s Lance! He is probably the most difficult Graphig to do because of the detail on his bangs. If you decide to make this papercraft, I advise you to take care while cutting out his bangs! Enjoy!

If you’re interested, here are the Graphig templates I made for Keith & Shiro as well!

Original blank Graphig template credits to Nasos (NCEmpire) (email:

Every year or so I rework my scan of this piece. My original scan of it honestly isn’t very good quality (and, since the piece itself has been sold, I can’t re-scan it), and I’m constantly learning new techniques I can use to fix it up. This year, I apparently also felt like drawing HAIR.


As a thank you for everyone’s support, I have designed a Graphig papercraft of Keith in his casual outfit that I’d like to share with everyone. If you decide to make this papercraft, please share it with me! I’d love to see your creation. Thank you for all the love and I hope you enjoy this small gift. 

Original blank Graphig template credits to Nasos (NCEmpire) (email:


I received a lot of requests to create more Voltron Graphigs after my Keith one. I decided to run a poll on Twitter for which paladins people would like to see me create, and Lance and Shiro had the most votes. Lance’s version is finished as well and will be uploaded later today. Please look forward to it!

Again, if you decide to create this papercraft please feel free to share a photo of it with me! I’d love to see it. Have fun! 

Original blank Graphig template credits to Nasos (NCEmpire) (email:

The Shoebox House, Part 1

You’re certainly not the only one. September and Saturday were going stir-crazy over the past week because they wanted to see their new house so much. It’s time to reveal the result to them!

So. I know it has taken a while. But I finally finished building the Shoebox House for you two.

Let’s see if you like it…



You like it? I’m glad to hear that.

Well, let’s look at the details a little.

I chose a beach or holiday theme for the house. So for the inside of the lid, I printed out a beach wallpaper, added some stamps for a holiday flair, and put a miniature beach chair in front of it. The ladder gives access to the second floor. I leaned it against the lid instead of attaching it against the floor inside so it wouldn’t obstruct the rooms.

If we travel together more, maybe we can add more stamps to this lid.

The first floor has a little table made of wood with two yarn spool chairs, a shell to lounge around in, and several shelves with decorations. Pencil nubs and a tiny notepad give September and Saturday the chance to write memos.

For the wall decoration, I chose another stamp with a maritime theme, two buttons, dried flowers with deco tape, a self-made basket and a skeleton picture.

I took into account that September prefers self-built and scavenged things, while Saturday doesn’t mind the occasional miniature object, so I added both to the house.

Then there’s the upper room, Saturday and September’s bedroom. The beds are still sponges, but I sewed a new white mattress cover and two pillows and altered the blankets a little. On the bedside table is the part of a wristwatch that fell irreparably off its wristband, which the small ones can now use as a clock. There’s also a pin depicting Papyrus, because September thinks he’s cool. 

I printed out some small books for September and Saturday so they can have an easier time reading. For September, I folded origami boxes to use as bookshelves and added a tiny shell and a white chess pawn as decorations on top. Saturday’s shelf is made of cardboard and has a black pawn and a tiny flowerpot next to their magazines. 

I’m sure it will be very exciting to explore the house…