Thank you Geek Crafts reader Kelly Szpunar for our very first Alien(s) craft! On her new blog HunkyDorky, she shares how she made this incredibly cool facehugger bookmark out of a cereal box. (If you don’t know what this is, you are a bad geek and need to watch Alien and Aliens stat!) Check out her blog – she’s also got True Blood, X-Files and Star Trek projects up (Tribble cupcakes!).
This is not geeky, but it’s crafty and super cute, so I’m sharing it with y’all anyway. I love little terrariums. Does anyone remember getting tiny little ones in capsules as cereal box prizes? (I’m really dating myself here, aren’t I?) Anyway, saw this Beararium Terrarium on Craftster that sugar cookie made out of a honey bear container. Instructions are on her blog. I might have to try this one.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is opening in just a few short days and I’ve been seeing a lot of cool shirts people are making to wear to the premiere. Craftster jilltheimpossible made this shirt – click through to see the back – Make Love Not Horcruxes. Now I’m regretting not re-reading the books beforehand.
I’d love to see more Harry Potter crafts!
“Nathan is a bit of an outcast amongst his spuddy pals. They’re not really worried that he’s going to eat their brains on account of the fact that A) he doesn’t have a mouth and B) they’re tubers, they don’t have brains. They don’t even mind his unusual skin tone, although there have been rumours that his ‘scar’ was drawn on with felt tipped pen. Nathan ignores their comments, he knows his moment in the spotlight will come. He’s just waiting for his big break – a starring role in “Dawn of the Vegetable Rack”.”
Yes, a zombie potato named Nathan. I love this. Kitty also makes mere mortal potatoes, in case you’re not into the current zombie craze.