Hobbyists clogged the aisles of stores, fondling mini unicorn blind bags in an attempt to suss out the elusive Alborozos. Others ordered entire cases of blind bags, just for the purpose of securing those Alborozos. Everyone, it seemed, wanted those mini Alborozos.
Not me. I don't collect minis, and I certainly don't collect mini unicorns.
"Mini Alborozo has no power over me, " I boasted, and I meant it. I had zero needs for mini Alborozos.
Then, Stephanie Blaylock started posting pictures like this...
And just like that it happened. I, too, have contracted mini Alborozo lust.
Every morning this week, I've checked on the progress of Stephanie's mini Alborozo herd.
They just keep getting better...
Oh, how I love this light grey!And this dapple grey... he is magic!
Who wouldn't love this amazing perlino...
and the delightfully vibrant sooty dun?
And don't even get me started on the chestnut...
with the wee little brand.
Okay, I admit it. I want them all.
Mini Alborozo lust is a powerful thing.
When coupled with Stephanie Blaylock's gorgeous finishwork, it's darn near irresistible, even for a non-mini collector like me.
Stephanie's mini Alborozo herd goes on sale tomorrow. Two will be up for offers. The others will be sold via lottery by cat.
|Gremma the lottery cat|
That's something I'm going to be reminding myself all weekend. I really don't collect minis.
Congratulations, Stephanie, for almost converting me to mini collector status. These Alborozos are amazing, and I expect your Alborozopalooza sale to be a huge success!