Rossana from Roka Cola sent me a link to their shop, and it was like being a kid in a candy store! I mean, it really was, because in addition to these super cool Invincibility Star Earrings, and other great Nintendo, WoW, Portal, Star Trek and zombie stuff made from polymer clay, they also have a lot of fun jewelry made to look like candy, cupcakes, and all manner of delicious things. The Roka Cola Shop it definitely worth checking it out, it is a gold mine of geeky, sweet, and all around awesome polymer clay jewelry and figurines.
I saw my friend LeBrie Rich of PenFelt at Crafty Wonderland this weekend and marveled at her intricate needle-felted Magritte tribute! Awesome. She also has a PenFelted Andy Warhol (a Campbell’s Soup can), a Picasso, a Matisse, and many other masterpieces of wool felt amazingness in her collection (behind a velvet rope, which was an especially awesome touch).
Meanwhile, John Lohman‘s Mario Magritte (a stellar contribution to World of Geekcraft) is one of my favorite cross-stitches ever. Just love it! See a whole lot more of his work at Sprite Stitch.
Today the World of Geekcraft tour heads to IndieFixx! Huge thanks to everyone who’s been supporting the book – I really appreciate it!
That’s exactly what jennieingram did when she had to quickly step into the Dr Who Swap on Craftster. Round 5 of the Dr Who swap that is… these swaps are hugely popular, they’re going to go on forever! Round 6 is crafting away as I type!
But wait, there’s more! Turns out Jennie is quite an avid Geek-Crafter and tutorial writer. Check out her Doctor’s Companion Charm Bracelet and her tutorial on how to make Laminated Paper Bookmarks including a sonic screwdriver and a golden snitch.
Lewis Carroll’s Alice has always been one of my favorite literary heroines. She’s bold, bright, and bewildering all at once.
This necklace portrays Alice and the titular looking glass in beautiful brushed steel.
Both elegant and whimsical, it’s a “grown-up” way to show your continued love of the girl who made her way through Wonderland and beyond.
Congratulations! We can’t wait to see your first Geek Craft from the book!
Stay tuned for an INCREDIBLE give away coming next week!
Joni G, please use our submissions form to send in your complete name and mailing address before 11:59 pm on Thursday, the 12th of May so that we may send your copy of World of Geekcraft. If we do not hear from you, we’ll move on to awarding the prize to the next name on the drawn list.
Crafty Butterfly made this
cute horrifying Cthulhu teapot cozy for her husband. He has a teapot at work, where he does “Geeky Stuff…should be a big hit and earn him some more geek cred”. Looks perfect to me! She combined two patterns to make it (which are here and here), making a few alterations herself.