Craftster user Vampira_666 made her baby a Moogle costume from Final Fantasy. Click through to see more pictures, including the super cute wings, and details on the construction.
Geek Crafts reader Brenna Friesner, aka librarylolita on Craftster, who brought us the Zombie Potato Costume, sent in this Super Mario Bros. Blooper Ghost costume.
Knitter extraordinaire Vickie Howell has designed not one but two awesomely geeky sets of wrist warmers, and both patterns are free online! This week she published the Alice Wrist Warmers pattern over at CRAFT:, inspired by the upcoming New Moon movie… these would be perfect to complete your Twilight-inspired Halloween costume in style!
And her Mario Mushroom Wrist Warmers are a favorite from last year that are just the thing to knit up as the temperature drops. This pattern is available in kids’, women’s or men’s sizes and includes a handy (and cute) charted image for creating your mushroom.
Please excuse this brief interruption of Halloween costume ideas for this very cool comforter with Wind Waker Link from The Legend of Zelda. She pieced him together and then sewed him onto an existing comforter.
There’s a great thread of costumes on Craftster, which is where I found this Princess Zelda’s Magic Armor. bold_as_love made the armor for a friend and says:
The whole thing was made with craft foam, gold spray paint, jewels, and closes in the back with a gold chain so that it can be more fitted to the wearer. I use this tuttorial http://www.entropyhouse.com/penwiper/costumes/helmsdeep.html. Which was amazing, althouhg I did skip a few steps.
Urban Princess made this amazing Pac Man Ghost Scarf on her Etsy shop. An ode to everyone’s favorite dot-eating arcade game, complete with googly eyes, and it will keep your neck warm!