Take a look at these cross stitch necklaces made by starrley which are featured on her Stitching blog, Stitching Shop. From the artist herself:
“This is a handmade, by me, Pikachu cross stitched necklace. It is on an 18″ black velvet cord. It is stitched on plastic canvas, so it is very durable. The back is covered in soft felt. Pikachu measures 2″ tall, from top of the ear to bottom of the head.
Cute, fun, and awesome! Take your adorable Pokemon everywhere you go.
Interested in having a different Pokemon on a necklace? Send me a message and we’ll make it happen.”
Today I would like to show you the amazing work of Carrie from Etsy. She makes the most amazing beaded bracelets that must take so much time to make. She mainly makes Pokemon jewelry but also has:
- Dark Mark (pictured)
- Hello Kitty
- Star Wars
I highly suggest you check out her shop and get yourself some geek chick jewelry.
Take a look at this amazing embroidered sketchbook made by Michelle (spikefan) on Craftster. Fireflies are usually caught in jars, so what is the greatest geeky alternative? Serenity in a jar of course!
Today I took a good look round the internet for a good geeky craft project to cheer everyone up on such a drizzly day like today (the weather is quite depressing over here today). My efforts have been fruitful! I have found this amazing TARDIS sock monkey made by kwiltykate for skittlebub on Craftster.
Today I would like to show you this amazing steampunk portal gun made by ~batman-n-bananas from deviantart. This is what she had to say:
“I absolutely love building things, especially with found objects or bits of scrap nobody loves anymore. The idea for a Steampunk version came from this as I much prefer rusty cogs to pristine white anyday. A lot of people have asked what this is made from… as far as I can remember the ingredients are:
- 2 antique clock movements
- 1 +1/2 hangers
- Metal teapot stand
- plastic mechano
- plumbing parts
- 1 plant pot
- 1 hair gel pot + various lids
- plastic tub (those ones you get nuts in the the supermarket)
- plastic tubing
- lots and lots of nuts and bolts
- miniature storage box (for the battery compartment)
- pocket laser disc (you can get them on ebay if anyone’s interested)
- 3 lightbulbs
- cardboard tube
- metal covering from an old hairbrush
- AV socket
- tons of odds and ends from my parents garage
- oh and of course the usuals – milliput, humbrol and warhammer paints, hot melt glue and about 6 gallons of superglue
that’s about as much as I can remember… enjoy!”
Check out these amazingly geeky lampshades made by Monika who sells them at her etsy shop PaniKurek. She says:
“The double glass cylinder recalls Art Deco forms in a unique contemporary way. The use of ready-made objects gives an appearance with a Duchamp idea. The lamp is inspired by Maria Sklodowska-Curie, the Polish scientific woman, awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the discovery of polonium and radium.”
A true geek.