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It's been a while since I have asked for assistance with my green thumb. I'm still no expert but I think I've been doing pretty good. I have a plant that sits on top of my bookcase. I love her, she's HUGE! I call her Big Mama. The other day I decided that it may be time to turn her around. She's pretty high up so I reached up to grab her, happen to look at her soil and *gasp*... Read more


Having a business named Pulp Sushi can confuse some people. When I've handed out my card, people thought I was in the sushi making business, no. They think I make sushi inspired jewelry, yes and no. I have had sushi-related items but it's not what my shop is about. You gotta admit, sushi makes for a great DIY project and wanted to showcase some great items I found on Etsy & DaWanda of sushi-inspired items... Sushi soap sampler from Bunny... Read more


I know, you may not be in the mood for skulls and creepy crawlies but for some of us, this is the norm no matter how long the sun is out or how many flowers are in bloom, so this is for you! Both added today at Etsy and DaWanda. *click for larger view* How cute is this? This is one of my new display pieces coming soon to an event near you! Well...if you're in Brooklyn that is. Anyway,... Read more


A couple more ball chain necklaces have been added to both the Etsy and DaWanda shops. I'm also testing out a new site where you can buy and sell pop culture and music inspired fashion & accessories created by indie designers and bands. I was contacted by them asking if I would be interested. The site is JellyFiz and it is 100% free to set up shop and sell. No fees. The site makes money from those who commission them... Read more


I don't usually watch Martha Stewart and if I know someone will be on, I usually try to catch a video clip of them online afterward but being that I am home today, I will be able to check out my fellow team member Nguyen from KnitKnit who will make a quickie appearance on Martha Stewart today. You can read about her experience on her blog, KnitKnitknits. Today's episode will feature knitting and crocheting, two things that are foreign to... Read more


Seems like I've been making A LOT of necklaces (and there's more to come!) but I wanted to share some non-neckware that has recently been added to pulpsushi.etsy.com.... You can also find these in my DaWanda shop which has had a bunch of stuff added recently too. It is a gorgeous Saturday and already I have indulged myself with a farmer's market, a stroll around town, and a chocolate bar. Tonight, I'm going to watch the Suburbia Roller Derby kick... Read more


It's about that time to really get cracking on the craft shows for the year and I'm starting to get my dates lined up now. Ideally, I would like to have at least one event a month but some months will be trickier than others. Pulp Sushi is returning to The Brooklyn Indie Market on Saturday April 11th (the day before Easter). You will find me under the big red and white tent. Let's hope I won't be as cold... Read more


Thank you to Ms. Vanessa over at Paper Chick for rewarding this blog. I don't update as frequently as I have a few months ago but I try, I really do. So to follow her lead, I too will list 5 things I think are fabulous, and 5 people to pass the award to. 1. Sushi! Duh! Believe it or not, this was only within the last couple of years but I love it now. 2. My Blackberry: Because it's... Read more


I have to say my skin has been feeling great! The last soaps I tried out were from SpaTherapy. I got two bars: Raspberry Sorbet and Cranberry Apple. I really, really, really liked the Raspberry Sorbet. The Cranberry Apple was nice too but the cranberry seeds I wasn't too crazy about. I had seeds all over the tub when I was done. Both bars lather nicely. Next up, Black Raspberry Vanilla from Morgan Street Patisserie... I first discovered Morgan Street... Read more