Welcome back! Today is the 2nd installment of my massive collective haul. This post is all about home decor, books, and stationary. Pretty much everything in this post was Christmas and Birthday gifts. In case you missed it, you can check out part 1 here:
Starting with some vanity decor, first thing is this bad ass brush holder from Sonia Kashuk from her winter brush collection. I have been wanting the cup since it came out but I kept talking myself out of it. Luckily, my roommate got it for me for my birthday!
Next up a couple Christmas gifts from my roommate. She got me this gorgeous glass box. I thought it would be a perfect display for my favorite lip products.
My roomie also got me this pretty glass tray. I have it in the center of my dining table because I was afraid it would get broken on my vanity. It’s perfect for taking product photos.
My husband got me this awesome brush holder from Target! I have pick this up and put it down so many times. Finally, he said just get it.
My roomie also got me these little guys from Micheals. If you couldn’t tell I collect bee things. We found these little cuties at the front of Micheals in the “Dollar” section. Both were $1.50.
Jumping over into stationary and books. The hubby got me the perfect agenda from Target.
In the book department, my brother gave me one of the first editions of an occult book he did some artwork for called Ritual Offerings. The book is all about various occult practices around the world. He designed all the graphics for it!
He also gave me a copy of Seven Spheres which he did the graphics for as well. Both books are from Nephilim Press, you can check them out here and see all the other books they have: Nephilim Press I’m pretty sure he did the graphics on the site too.
Moving along to CDs. Our friends from Broken by the Burden gave us a copy of their latest CD which my brother also did the graphics for.
My brother also gave me a signed copy of his full-length album. You can check out his music here: Norot Music.
“Norot is a solitary ritualistic recording project originally from Louisiana now based in Cork, Ireland. encompassingAtmospheric Black Metal, Doom & Gothic elements. A musical extension of the Norot concept created by occult artist Robert W. Cook.”
Here’s a look at some of the detail on the digipack.
And lastly, a Christmas gift from my good friend Bird. He knows my Star Wars love is strong. lol. He also got my husband a Sega Genesis Classic. Keep a look out for my next Haul post all about Makeup!
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