PDF version A sofa that you can build with a fold out seat perfect for storing extra pillows and blankets. Based off a sleeping pad foam cushion, so seating surface doubles as a guest bed. Handmade from this plan >> Dimensions
» short history Japanese ‘Hime-Den’ [姫電] comes from Hime meaning “Princess” and Den for Denwa or phone. Hime-Den refers to girlly keitais who have money — average and total monthly cellphone bill for a regular Hime-Den is about 60,000 yen per month or $530 USD and time to decorate their phone!
I have mentioned it before to some of my friends (and even kittified my iPhone’s theme )… But this time, I am going to REALLY Hello Kittify my phone! ^_^ By now, everyone has heard of deco-den (or dekoden)… It has been super popular in Japan for years — every little thing gets decorated over there! Keitai (mobile phones), mirrors, business card holders, Nintendo DS systems, watches, keys, pens, lipsticks, lighter cases… Even nails!