More incredibly detailed cross-stitching – this time the cover of Twilight from Craftster user shaebay. I am in awe.
P.S. I expect to see lots of Eclipse crafts in the next month!
Oh my goodness, I love love love these teeny tiny origami dinosaurs! Found in the Geek Crafts Flickr pool by essemde. You can buy them as earrings in her Etsy shop.
Craftster stellacheri upcycled and made these skeleton panties out of an old t-shirt.
I haven’t been able to stop thinking about the LOST finale since the closing moments Sunday night… and saw these beautiful silk-screened posters by Ty Mattson yesterday. I love the Dharma buses most, but there are lots of good ones!
Craftster aethelberga cross-stitched this amazing little Spock box for a Star Trek swap. I am always so impressed with detailed cross-stitch. I would never have the patience for anything like this. Well done!
If you are in the Bay Area (or can get there this weekend), don’t miss the magnificent Maker Faire! There is way too much going on to try to list here, but check out their list of makers and weekend schedule for tons of details. Here are a couple of things I’m most excited about…
Friend of geekcrafts Bonnie Burton is teaching a rad craft demo: make a paper-bag puppet of Admiral Akbar from her new Star Wars Craft Book. I went to her Yoda doll demo at Maker Faire a couple of years ago and it was amazing!
Meanwhile, Particle Zoo will have her excellent subatomic particle plushies for sale in the Bazaar Bizarre section. Her motto: It has to be scientifically accurate, and it has to be cute. (Thanks Rachel!)