Coming up really soon you will find us at Sinister Creature Con at the Scottish Rites center in Sacramento, Ca! This is a show we frequent and along with the fabulous special effects makeup artists and amazing one of a kind vendors, we are super excited to meet Flash Gordon this year! I hope you
It’s been a minute since I had the time to sit down and chat with you all about what is going on in our crazy world so here we are! And sheesh, do we have some updates for you! Last weekend we packed up half of our zoo and headed to San Francisco for KublaCon!
Come join us out in the summer heat in Modesto. Tons of fantasy fun. We will have our entire booth at this fun renfaire.
Come see us on Father’s Day weekend at the Scottish Rites Center in Sacramento! It’s our first con and it going to be THRILLING! We will be sure to wear our brown pants! Tickets are $25 for Saturday, $20 for Sunday, or $30 for the entire weekend! Hope to see you there!!
Our first BIG show of the year will be in Auburn, California at the fair grounds for their first annual Celtic Spring Fantasy Fair! These guys have been working extra hard to provide a truly spectacular experience with Irish folklore, Viking battle re-enactments, jousting, costumes, a fairy light show, you name it, it seems like
Come join us in costume on February 24th to pick up some dandy antiquities and everything your dragon heart desires! We will be joining several other vendors to share our wares and meet new folks at Great Escape Games on Howe Ave in Sacramento. The adventure starts at 10:00 am and it’s going to be
Busy busy busy! We are so amped to be joining the Sacramento Steampunk Society on February 24th at Great Escape Games! It’s going to be tough to choose which pieces we will be bringing with us because we will only have a small table but luckily the following weekend we will be able to take
We’ve been cranking out ornaments like crazy people! They’re just so amazing and definitely in high demand. Luckily we have nothing but time on our hands, right? Har har… The great thing I’ve discovered about making these is that there are no two that are the same! It seems that every time I finish one