It’s that time of the year again, Winter Wonder Festival 2015 happening right now and I am lucky to get an early look of Good Smile Company exclusive Nendoroid Snow Miku: Snow Bell Ver.!
‘Plant Life in Winter’ was the theme this year for Piapro and Good Smile Company collaboration. The winning fairy-like design was created by Taran which has Lily of the Valley flowers and other plant that grows in Hokkaido. Of course Hayuki’s rabbit Yukine also comes back this year with a different outfit.
I’m sure many of you are excited to see this year’s Snow Miku. The winning design that transformed into a Nendoroid looks absolutely adorable.
Here’s a closer look of her lovely box.
I planned out the same theme for my photo shoot with Nendoroid Snow Miku: Snow Bell Ver. In fact, I have this on my mind ever since she was announced by Good Smile Company last year. Since it’s something that goes with Plant life in Winter, I decided to make a diorama that will surround this little sweet fairy with trees, plants and flowers in her world.
The diorama is made of flowers, some are hand crafted combined with plastic flowers I bought in the supermarket long ago and lots of baking powder.
Join Snow Miku 2015 as she joyfully walks around and takes a little adventure. ❤
A nice ray of sunshine illuminates Snow Miku’s translucent parts, creating a semi transparent effect.
A smile showing off her front teeth to melt you down as she sings your favorite Miku song.
She also comes with charming smile to make you fall in love.
The big leaf that serves her umbrella reminds me of Totoro. She has the most adorable smile. And wow, the base is just perfect to display her on your table or shelf.
Lately, I’ve been deeply falling in love with Snow Miku Nendoroids. She has become more beautiful than ever with unique and creative designs.
Add her up in your growing collection! She’s going to be up for pre-order and available at Winter Wonder Festival happening today! Click HERE for more details.
Special thanks to: Frances Delgado (GSC Mamitan)
Sponsored by: Good Smile Company
Behind the Scene
I used twig (small branch of a tree), white glitters, baking powder, plastic flowers combined with papercraft flowers.
I used crepe paper (tissue paper) to make flower petals. I set it all up on a styrofoam (polystyrene foam). Miniatures used are re-ment and orcara. The cart and sign are DIY.
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Time flies by so fast.. XD