In fact, this will be the last QR code-focused post for a number of days--although I can't promise that another won't be published on, say, Friday or Saturday.
As for this particular QR code-filled post: as I'm sure you surmised from the header above, the focus today is on Famicom and NES designs.
In the screencap below, Aino, the Fabulously Coifed Mayor of Animachi, shows off a couple of cushions that have been affixed with my most recent designs:
I know the NES cushion is a bit wonky, but the actual design is pretty nice (if I do say so myself):
Oh, and here's the Famicom design (and corresponding QR code, for those of you who want to plop a cushy Famicom in front of one of the many TVs that are surely sitting in your New Leaf pad):
You don't have to have these designs etched onto a cushion (by Re-Tail's Cyrus), of course. Another option is to hang them on your walls, like art--and like Bryan demonstrates in the following screenshot.
Or you could sit them out on easels, for an even more artsy interior design element.
Next up: a handful of handheld designs--assuming they look decent enough after being plastered onto cushions.
See also: 'PC Engine and Dreamcast designs for your Animal Crossing: New Leaf pad' and 'Sega Saturn and Mega Drive 2 designs for your Animal Crossing: New Leaf suite'