Using just markers, gel pens, nail polish, and a couple other items, troberts8 created these awesome zombie flats. I think they’re adorable in a creepy sort of way, and they’re practical too (I think they just might confuse oncoming zombies into thinking you’re already dead). While I don’t have the artistic ability to make them, I’m certain there are those of you out there who would be entirely able to paint zombie toes on shoes. If you’re interest in making a pair, check out the instructions here.
I’m really into making felt plushies at the moment. I’ve been surprised at how easy they are… well, compared with what I expected. This week I decided to take the plunge and try a Purple Tentacle from LucasArts’ Day of the Tentacle, and boy – am I pleased with how he turned out!
And since I’m nice, I whipped up a pattern so that other people can recreate the little guy – check out the link below. Printed on A4 this will give you a tentacle that stands about 18 cm (7 inches) tall, but there’s nothing to stop you scaling this dude up!
Just don’t leave your 6-foot version unattended otherwise he might just try to TAKE OVER THE WORLD!
Rocío Suárez Cazorla really captures the spirit of our household with this print.
Dinner ready? Just five more minutes.
Train about to leave? Just five more minutes.
Doorbell rings, mom is visiting? Just give me five more minutes, I’m almost finished…
You get the idea.
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This project isn’t so crafty as it is DIY, but I figured if you have Legos around your house, this might come in handy: Lego Instruction Books, Organized.
This is one of those projects that is a bit time-consuming, but so worth it in the end.
I have crochet patterns in a binder, in different sections like hats, shrugs, afghans, and bags. Can you think of some booklets that might be handy to have all page-protectored & binder-ized?
While her broken arm is healing, Laura Keeney will be able to travel through time and space. Her friend Zak Kinsella painted her cast in a completely inconspicuous manner.
So everyone has seen the new trailer for the Desolation of Smaug right? Of course you have. Now back to the scarf. This is an epic double knit scarf of the iconic image from Fellowship of the Ring
Look at this scarf. Now look at this poster. That is some good work right there. Tumblr user, The day was new, does great double knitting work. And she designed this on the fly using the image. The Tree of Gondor chart is available for free on Raverly. I only have so many crafty hours in the day. I just need a few extra.