Recently I had to have a late-night conference call for work. It went for two hours and ended at midnight. However, thanks to the wonders of hands-free kits I was able to do some geeky crafting at the same time, so it didn’t feel like much of my evening had been swallowed up by work stuff after all!
Itty bitty paper Nintendo Stars are really easy and quick to make, and the more you make of them the better they look. If you don’t know how to make these tiny origami stars, keep reading for a quick tutorial.
This week’s treasury is brought to you by the original NES.
Get your baby started on the right foot with this awesome NinTeeth-O teething toy! It’s chemical and toxin free and made from Canadian Maple (go Canada!)
Buy this teething toy for the soon to be geeky child in your life
Visit 3 Princesses Engraving on Etsy
More baby stuff on Geek Crafts
If I had a guitar like this, I may actually learn to play more than 2 songs!
After a long time following links, and translating German blogs, I finally found the original source of this guitar. GetLoFi is responsible for this amazing tech, and what do you know… there is more than one and they are FOR SALE!!
Watch the video here!
• Nintendo guitar
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• Nintendo on GeekCrafts
Let’s get one thing out of the way, right now. I love cake. Cup cakes, wedding cakes, pancakes. Cake is good. In addition to being delicious, cake is a great medium for art. Yeah, I said it, I think amazingly decorated cakes are art–and it’s not just because I like eating art. Kristen made this Super Nintendo Cake out of red velvet (0ne of my favorites!) for her husband’s birthday. If you’ll believe it, it was her first try at a sculpted cake! Very well done, and I am sure, very delicious.
Craftster user wendiek made this Nintendo DS case for her son. He picked the fabric – great choice!