With Easter almost upon us, it’s time for creating eggs that show off your own natural geekiness!
For the steampunk fans out there, Jen from Epbot has once again created some beautiful metal-looking eggs with charms added as a great extra bit of cuteness. She used papercraft eggs as the base, and then modified metal tape to put over it.
Next, the wonderful crafters over at Our Nerd Home posted a quick and easy DIY to make your own Yoshi eggs! Using large plastic eggs from Michaels, they spray painted a layer of white, and then added large colored dots to create eggs that Super Mario would be proud of.
Hopefully that will help you geek-ify your Easter basket this year, and here’s wishing everyone a very Happy Easter!
Guys, can we talk about what Ashley Mertz is doing over at Go Chase Rabbits? Because, it’s like…whoa. Whoa, slow down Ashley because I can’t even keep up with all these cute skirts and I have so many questions: Where is the fabric coming from? How do you have the time to make all these? What shoes would I wear with the Yoshi skirt?
If Yoshi isn’t your speed, 1) What is the matter with you and 2) Ms. Mertz likely has your geek beat covered from Tardis skirts, Pokemon pettis, Star Wars, LoTR…even a periodic table mini-skirt. It’s all there, it’s all cute.
Happy New Year Geek Crafters!
Since first picking up Super Mario World, I’ve always wanted a Yoshi. After years and years of waiting, I found an Etsy shop that sells Yoshi eggs.
Granted, they’re PLUSH Yoshi eggs, but still. They’re pretty adorable.
Etsy shop Get Your Game On not only sells already made plush Yoshi eggs, but DIY kits for said eggs. She also sells plush Invincible Stars and various Hello Kitty plushies.
These really make me want to try needle-felting but alas I am allergic to wool. Check out these very well done Super Mario characters – Yoshi and a Goomba from Craftster user jojo-modjo.
Craftster user pennylane3434 painted this clever set of artwork for her boyfriend’s house – Yoshi and eggs.