It’s time, again, to dive into my EPIC mailbag full of your awesome reader submissions.
Megan from http://girlgeekboutique.com writes:
Your site is full of so very much win — I am excited to have found a place that is everything I’m all about! I am “Captain Girl Geek” of girlgeekboutique.com, a hobby business I run out of my home. Creating geek-crafts is lots of fun :-) one of my favourite pieces that I’ve made is the adorable “Teensy Tiny Circuit Board Mars Rover”
Hope you like it! ^-^
I sure do Megan! it’s got a Wall-E kinda vibe that I’m enjoying very, very much!
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So I’ve had video games on the brain lately. As such, I knew I wanted to find a super unique video game craft to share with you.
Thanks to the talented Etsian pixl pshr I found it. I have NEVER seen anything like this. They take ordinary felt and turn it into totally awesome art! Each square is hand cut and assembled by them. Crazy fun!
Buy this collage!
Visit pixl pshr on Etsy
More Zelda on Geek Crafts
Nearly every nerd loves at least one video game. I love tons! So this week’s Etsy Treasury is brought to you by video games!
As always, be sure to click on the picture to be taken to the treasury so you can explore to awesomeness for yourself!
These great wrist warmers were designed by Ravelry user Christina Slattery. Based off of wrist warmer’s worn by the doctor’s companion, Rose, on Doctor Who. The pattern is provided by Slattery on her website, where you can also read about her knitting and spinning.
I am always pleased to find references to the tragically-short-lived, but epically-awesome TV series “Firefly“. I am of the opinion that any day with a little Firefly injected in it is a good day. Just the other night I had cause to exclaim, “Sure would be nice to have some grenades, dontcha think?”
And lo, what does teh Internets yield up to me? One of Jayne’s grenades! (shown at the far left in this picture)
With all the fanfare for Jayne Cobb’s hat, I was very impressed to see someone step outside the knitting box and go straight for the ammo! Kudos to Brian at StormtrooperGuy.
The totally random winner of Makoto’s Cross-Stitch Super Collection is number 19 – Catherine! Catherine, please send me your full name and mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send you your copy of this awesome book. Congrats!