Stay in touch with your away team with these fantastic Star Trek ComBadge Earrings. Tally Heilke provides a full tutorial on her blog. Not exactly a typical Father’s Day sort of craft, but suitable for me, since my dad was the one who initiated me into the world of Star Trek.
As a scrapbooker with a basement full of paper stash, I was intrigued to see the earrings are made out of cardstock! Plus it’s an excuse to break out some power tools! <insert Tim Allen-esque grunting>
Are you planning any Star Trek cosplay for upcoming cons? These would be the perfect accessory!
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Knickertwist (I love that name!) posted a really lovely tribute on Craftster to Leon, The Professional, a movie that came out in 1994, starring Jean Reno and Natalie Portman.
It measures 5″ tall and is built upon a Graphic 45 matchbox. It slides open, and features a Madonna, bullet marked wall and two quarts of milk inside, all part of Leon’s apartment in the movie. For more pictures of his window, check out Knickertwist’s blog.
In honor of the “Maleficent” movie premiere this past weekend, I wanted to share an amazing project by Dan “the Monster Man” Reeder: Maleficent Dragon Trophy. It was a custom commission project which he sold for $2000.
Dan used paper mache to recreate the head of the Maleficent dragon head, and mounted it like a wall trophy – clever idea and goregous reproduction! Impressive attention to detail with glass eyes and LED lights to make it extra ominous.
Have you seen the new Maleficent movie yet?
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Minipoppy over at Whimsical Frippery recently made a Topsy Turvy Star Wars doll of both Yoda and Darth Vader. These are dolls that are heads on both ends, with a long dress to cover up the fact that they have no feet. Check out the entry so you can see a video that will show you how big the doll is.
Cut off one head and another two shall take its place.
Now if I could do this with mitts I would have a whole lot of mitts. Raverly user megaptra has designed and released a free pattern for Hydra mittens.
Color work mittens for the evil organization that just never dies.
I’ve always wanted to say that!
Foxy Blue is an artist up in Ontario. Recently, she posted a bathroom make over she did for her kids, on Craftster, which included some hardware changes and an original partial mural.
It’s a complete transformation from the Mickey Mouse-themed bathroom it used to be. If you scroll through her posting, you’ll see some images from before the re-do.