She talked about how she styles her pins, what she thinks about the popularity of the pin culture, the response she’s received in regards to her Rogue One quote pins, and more.
How did it all start, though?
“I first saw Star Wars in theaters in 1997 when the special editions came out and I’ve been hooked ever since,” she said as she introduced herself. “I can remember making my dad drive me all around looking for halloween makeup, so I could paint my face like Queen Amidala for the second time we saw The Phantom Menace.”
Since then, she developed those skills and became a makeup artist. On the side, she creates enamel pins that have become very popular among Star Wars fans.
“It has been OUT OF THIS WORLD!” she said when talking about the response she’s received from the fan community. “I can’t even begin to put it into words. I’ve always known that Star Wars fans are the best, but the response has been amazing.”
Read the rest of the interview over at Fashioned for the Geek.
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