Friday Round-up: Rubik’s Cube Madness!
I am a collector of hobbies and lately I have gotten back into the Rubik’s Cube. The Rubik’s Cube was invented in 1974 by a Hungarian sculptor and professor named Erno Rubik. He was awesome. He didn’t even realize he had made a puzzle until the first time he scrambled it and tried to get it back together. It took him like 6 months, now the world record is 5.66 seconds. My best time is somewhere just shy of 2 minutes, but I am getting better. Enough about me, you are here for crafts so here we go!
This Rubik’s Cube tissue box by HandyHomeGrown on Etsy is made out of wood, making it far superior to a lot of the other Rubik’s Cube tissue boxes you can find out there because it probably smells pretty rustic.
How about a Rubik’s Cube necklace made with a bottlecap? You could wear it to your next speed cubing competition and make all the geeky boys swoon! Afterwards you could check out HaddiesBoutique on Etsy to see a lot of other fun necklaces.
Or how about this Rubik’s Cube necklace that you can actually use? Made by TheNomiFaerie on Etsy, this thing is amazing. You can proclaim your love of group theory while demonstrating your elite cubing skills!
Don’t want to hang something from your car? Fine. Wow…you are picky. How about hanging something from your ears? These 2×2 Rubik’s Cube earrings are the perfect aural accessory. Made by tinyminds on Etsy, they are sure to attract the right sort of attention.
Now that you are dressed up like a Rubik’s Cube, what about your house? Yeah, your walls need decorations too. All your friends talk about your drab boring walls when you aren’t around and now you can adorn them with this awesome Rubik’s Cube cross-stitch. You can get the pattern over at crossrestitched on Etsy!
If you would rather knit yourself a cube than cross stitch one, why not use these cute little Rubik’s Cube stitch markers while you do it? That way you will never lose count of your stitches and you will inspire adoration from all around you. Head over to sophiacorinneART on Etsy to snag a set for yourself!
Listen Fellas. I kept the best for last. I know you want to look classy for your geeky lady friends, and here is the perfect way. Head over to cuffcuff on Etsy and pick yourself up this awesome set of Rubik’s Cube Cufflinks. Now your fancy french cuffs have a touch of Hungarian and all your friends will know you for the world traveler you are.
I hope you enjoyed sharing my passion for Rubik’s Cubes. If you want to learn more about this awesome puzzle, check out rubiks.com or the wikipedia article about Rubik’s Cubes. Stay Crafty!