I’ve released my death head moth necklaces and brooch! They are hand painted with silver paint and the charm variations have a random mix of little jingle jangle charms.
The chatelaine has been worn since ancient Roman times as an accessory
for the carrying of household tools, but it emerged in the 19th century
as a kind of status symbol for women who controlled a house.
Historically, chatelaines have carried any number of useful items such
as ear cleaners, keys, tweezers, eye glasses… even toilet seats
Steampunk gaster, no reason just boredom and needing to go to the dentist tomorrow - he comes from a dimension that has never dealt with humans in his lifetime, his peers consider it a myth and will not fund his experiments on determination and the fabled human soul. So he has stolen one of the older, more dangerous prototype time and space zepplains to hop between deminsions and timelines, though accidently taking along an older ‘Sans’ nagavation android along for the trip. Basically they are collecting samples from each timeline and au encountering their counterparts. Idk what this is, but i kept writing and it’s almost 2 am so it probably won’t make a lick of sense. They are going to try not to interfee with the timelines by Gaster is just too curious leaving Sans to save him most of the time.
Could you please point me to some Autistic owned stim stores? Thanks!
Sure! Please note, though, that unless otherwise specified, these stores are based in the US. For those willing to shop from neurodivergent-owned businesses (as distinct from specifically autistic) there’s a little more choice. If you’re not in the US, you’re very likely going to have to pay extra in conversion and shipping costs (which is why I don’t use ND-owned as a basis for what content goes on this blog, as cool as it is to support fellow autistic and ND creators).
If you’re an autistic crafter and you’re not on this list, it’s either because I haven’t yet heard of you, I’ve committed the terrible crime of forgetting you or I’m unsure if you’re autistic (as per the brief). Please comment; I will add your name and details!
I’m pretty sure most folks have heard of Stimtastic by now (@stimtastic), but on the off chance someone hasn’t, I’ll mention it! I don’t believe anyone has had any negative experiences with their order; the linked Tumblr is packed full of happy customers saying great things. There’s everything from fidget toys to chewables! I love my braid pendant, scented vial necklace and - while I didn’t buy it from Stimtastic because I found it here in Australia - crocheted stress balls. @werevampiwolf makes their bead rings!
@yuuriandviktorkatsuki runs UK-based Etsy store Chloe G Crafts, where she currently stocks handmade bead bracelets and soft crochet bracelets, and will stock fidgety things made from split rings.
If you know more autistic-owned places to buy great toys, please let us know by commenting on this post or sending in an ask. Tumblr has stopped showing the notes in all reblogs, and we now get traffic enough that I (mod K.A.) don’t have the spoons to click on every reblog to see if there’s been an addition. We can’t miss comments, so you’ll help us a lot by commenting. Thank you!