Posted by marc November 17, 2016

If you're looking to bring home something soft and fluffy from DCON, Flat Bonnie booth (#317) is probably your best bet. Yukari and her team will be bringing three brand new plushies - or Flatties if you're in the know - to the con, as well as her classic collaboration with Leecifer. You can also pick up some new enamel pin versions of your favorite Flat Bonnie designs, and even a sticker pack. If you can't make it to DCON, fear not! You can pre-order the new Flatties right here.

1-Flat-Bonnie-Surfing-Otter-DesignerCon-Exclusive-Booth-Info.jpg, by marc

This adorable little Otter comes with a magnetic surboard accessory! You can adopt him for $50 - a pittance for a handmade plush.

2-Flat-Bonnie-Gingerbun-Ornaments-DesignerCon-Exclusive-Booth-Info.jpg, by marc

These five inch flatties are equally comfortable snorgling in your bed at nighttime or hanging from your Xmas tree. They're $25 each, but you know you want the pair.

3-Flat-Bonnie-Leecifer-Honoo-Plush-DesignerCon-Exclusive.jpg, by marc

This super limited plush stands 15 inches tall and will retail for $75.

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And finally, you can spruce up your notebooks, laptops, and wardrobe with Flat Bonnie stickers and pins.


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