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I collect Pokemon cards and the little My Little Pony blind bag figurines, plus the similar small figurines that come in packs of three usually.

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Taylor Swift merchandise. I also enjoy collecting SD cards, so that if I see a perfect photo, I can quickly pop one into my camera (I never keep them in my camera. I mean, who does that?) and snap the photo. Another thing I sort of collect would be jewelry. I like making projects on how to store it in my room, making my room much prettier.

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Chinese pencil sharpeners. laugh.gif

 

Because the cool stuff are almost never in America unless another person is making them.

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Real, living cockatiels, apparently... dry.gif

 

Not really. I only have 4 D:

 

But really? I love kitty plushies...and little animal figurines. And postcards from places I've gone!

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Insects, and (judging by the veritable jungle in my apartment), apparently, houseplants. I also collect things with insect as the motif.

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It's not really a collection but I keep every anime I ever download saved, even if I never plan on watching it (again).

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I have a addiction for containers: boxes, jars, plastic bins, the square plastic containers dice come in, and the dice too:

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My husband and I have about 25 sets of dice (and growing), like the ones in the picture above. I have them sorted in those divided tackle boxes. Oh yea, I recently started collecting tea. I have a small mountain of different teas at our tea station in the living room. The station is overrun with the darn boxes.

 

I also collect D&D books, sewing notions, and things to make craft-like things with: buttons/yarn/felt sheets/bolts of fabric/etc..

 

I guess I am a hoarder.... blink.gif

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I used to collect cacti but the all died except for one so I gave up on that collection. unsure.gif I have a large collection of Schleich dragons and horses. I also have a collection of pebbles, whenever I go to a beach I seem to come home with about five more to add to the collection. smile.gif I also like sewing equipment and material though I wouldn't say I collected it.

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Dragon and Fairy statues.

 

 

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Here's one of them. smile.gif

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Masks, in any color or size. Here's some of them.

 

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I inherited the teacup collections of my mother and grandmother and I've been adding to it. I inherited a small owl collection, which I've been adding to. I inherited a collection of old perfume bottles - I've been adding to it, too. My sweetie inherited a very large collection of Francoma pottery.

 

I started my own collections of castles and blue glass.

 

We don't have enough china cabinets and one is a wall-length built in.

 

I don't know if I'd call it a collection, per se... But, being the family photographer, by default I am also the family photo keeper. I inherited my grandmother's photos (she used to be the photo keeper and that duty got passed on to me).

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I also like sewing equipment and material though I wouldn't say I collected it.

OMG... I didn't even think about stash...

 

I will admit that have a lot of yarn and crochet thread...

 

To quote my favorite character: "I have stuff... Things."

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(I don't know if I've posted here, so... :3 )

 

I buy a lot of books, I suppose you could say I collect them. I own over 150 books, and my collection gets bigger every year.

 

I also have a decent collection of oddities - bones, feathers, rocks, things like that.

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I collect books and dragons!

 

My comic book collection/book collection...I don't have proper count yet.

 

But my dragons measure somewhere close to 40. I have pictures of the ones I have out if anyone is interested!

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Chickens! Heh, not real ones, but almost anything chicken-related. It all started when my parents bought me one of those ceramic coin banks which you break open once it was full and you wanted to get the money inside. I knew that it would have to be broken eventually if I used it so I never did. That was more than ten years ago.

 

In addition to that, I now also have: -

- 1 straw hen

- 1 porcelain rooster

- 1 garden 'gnome' hen

- 1 3D wooden rooster puzzle

- 2 feathered rooster things

- 1 metal rooster painted gold

- a timer in the shape of a black hen

- 1 leather rooster dangly thing, I think it's meant to be hung on a doorknob

 

I also have quite the collection of books and nerd/manga memorabilia but let's not go there. xd.png

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I collect largish toy cars. (like four inch wide ones) and then I pop out the windows and put in pieces of paper, so that they look like cars from the movie Cars.... xd.png

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I collect tiny, miniature perfume bottles. smile.gif They're so cute and so cool. I love to go on amazon and buy up sample perfumes that come in all kinds of adorable little bottles. I get a great perfume and a cool little bottle to keep.

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Cats in all shapes and forms. :3 My real, hopeless one is joined by figurines, paintings, cat-shaped bottles, there are cats on my towels and calendars and even my egg clock is nowadays in cat form; they are everywhere in my flat. Although, I swear, most of the big and crazy ones are gifts. xd.png I'm not as big a crazy cat lady as first time visitors think.

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Seashells

minerals

feathers

preserved plants

fossils

 

I used to collect elephant figurines. Now I have too many of them so I've stopped.

I also used to collect pokemon-related stuff, I've also stopped due to my lack of interests.

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