January 15

Space Invaders Clutch

Space Invaders ClutchRecently I’ve been doing lots of traveling, and tiny bags or clutches are instrumental in organization and packing.  This Space Invaders clutch bag is perfect!!  I especially love the pink zipper and handle… ooh and the pleats!  The only thing I’m left to wonder is, where did you find that great fabric stellarcheri?!

The purple heart clutch in her newest post is also fabulous, and I’ve fallen madly in love with it as well.  Safe to say I’ll be following her updates from now on!  stellarcheri is on Craftster, Etsy AND  Facebook :)

• Space Invaders Clutch

stellarcheri on Etsy

January 14

Kirby’s Epic Yarn Portrait

A Snuggly Kirby Plushie

I was recently asked to make a Kirby plushie by a friend, but not just any stuffed Kirby would do.  She specifically asked for one based off of the video game Kirby’s Epic Yarn.  In my search for pictures of Kirby plushies I came across this adorable Kirby craft made by Shift! on Instructables.com.  Though it’s not a plushie it’s absolutely adorable and easy to make.

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January 14

Fleece Dragon Age Plushies

Dragon Age dolls by eitanyaI’ve been eyeing Jo Roberts’s (AKA Etianya) amazingly detailed fleece plushies, hats, and scarves on DeviantART for a while now. Not just for their warm snuggliness, but because they are beautifully hand-crafted pieces of geek art.

She’s captured characters from video games such as Final Fantasy, Super Mario Bros., and World of Warcraft. The ones that stole this Bioware geek’s heart, though, were her Dragon Age: Origins plushies.

Not only has she made some adorable stand-alone dolls of party faves Alistair, Morrigan, and Zevran, she’s also indulged the romantic side of her clients by custom-making dolls of their Gray Warden with their tru wuv. Even sweeter, she’s designed them with magnets so they can kiss.

Say it with me: “D’aaaaw!”

January 14

Geek Glasses Roundup

Nothing says geek love to me quite like big plastic nerd glasses do, so this week’s roundup theme is geek glasses crafts!

So here we go, in no particular order…

Geek glasses roundupDeviantArt user TheNaughtySeamstress made this emo squid. I think he looks quite well-read. His creator says: “This little squid loves Death Cab for Cutie, scarves, and argyle sweaters with tight jeans.” Well there you have it.

Geek glasses roundupFor those of us who never want to take our glasses off, even at bedtime, Etsy seller BibBon is selling this stylish glasses-covered sleep mask. Ohh the geek dreams you could have.

Geek glasses roundupAlso available for purchase on etsy, a spectacles ring made by seller lsette. She also has these tiny little glasses available as earrings!

Geek glasses roundupPerhaps not purely a craft, but certainly valuable to geeks everywhere, is this glasses-shaped USB drive sold by imm living.

Geek glasses roundupThe tiniest lil nerd you know needs this perfect onesie from HutchMe’s Etsy shop. In fact, she sells many types of onesies suitable for geek babies (and their parents), including many with a Star Wars theme.

Geek glasses roundupFor those few geeks who do not require corrective lenses, but still want to make their geekiness perfectly clear, artlife on Etsy sells these 1.5-inch badge buttons for you to wear with your pocket protectors.

Geek glasses roundupThis past Christmas, craftster member lilliesinmycereal decorated with a ton of Hello Kitties, and also included this special nerd Hello Kitty. Check out the rest of her decorations–they look really cute all grouped together!

Geek glasses roundupAny self-respecting globe-trotting geek needs a snazzy place to keep her/his passport, and Etsy seller Jenni20 has you covered. Although this photo shows it in green, black and raspberry are also available.

Geek glasses roudupClose cousin to the traditional geek glasses is the cats eye glasses. youheartus’s Etsy shop has numerous needlepoint designs for sale, but I particularly like this one with the glasses, especially with the tiny rhinestone details on the corners.

Geek glasses roundupRounding out this week’s roundup is this awesome lime green tote from Etsy seller naomicayne. If you’re more interested in a nerdy t-shirt, Naomi’s got that too.

That’s it for this week’s roundup! Everyone enjoy the weekend!

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January 13

Boba Fett Amigurumi

Amigurumi ain’t easy – at least they are more difficult if you don’t have a pattern.  I’ve personally been working on a prototype for a Boba Fett for my hubby since before his birthday in September (unsuccessfully, I might add).  Thankfully, Craftster user Angry Angel has not only created one cuter than I was even imagining, but she is also offering her pattern for him on her Etsy.  I can’t wait to create my own from this pattern so he can sit ominously in the corner of my living room while I work on making more amigurumis.  Perhaps a whole Boba Fett army, or maybe one of the other ten Star Wars characters available in LucyRavenscar’s Etsy shop!