January 1st, 2015 - by blackmageheart
I have a Thwomp in my bedroom, it is a plush and scarily accurate looking. However, being plush prevents it from being as accurate as this concrete masterpiece:
The maker wrote a how-to guide so everyone can have a Thwomp (if they want one, that is. And why wouldn’t you?) I have to say, I never thought of using concrete for a craft project!
Via: Sprite Stitch Pinterest Board and Instructables
December 29th, 2014 - by blackmageheart
Some people go to a lot of trouble to make their proposals special and memorable. This person, however, went the extra mile!
Definitely a keeper!
December 25th, 2014 - by blackmageheart
On behalf of the team and everyone else at Sprite Stitch, we hope you all have a very merry Christmas and wish you the very best for 2015!
December 22nd, 2014 - by blackmageheart
Lots of people like to have a star at the top of their Christmas tree, but how many would have a Staryu? I certainly would.
This fab perler bead topper was made by Amber of Etsy shop BurritoPrincess. I love the little Pokemon on the rest of the tree too. Do check out Amber’s other listings, there’s some great stuff in her shop. And if you prefer a Starmie to Staryu, she made one of those as well!
December 18th, 2014 - by blackmageheart
Forum user 015Ekan and his fiancée decided to abandon the traditional gingerbread house in favour of a Mario castle.
Here it is in all its gingerbread glory, complete with stairs! Sadly, they didn’t have enough room for the flagpole. But it looks delicious anyway!
December 14th, 2014 - by blackmageheart
It’s always nice to see alternative Christmas decorations, and these Nintendo ones are great!
They are made out of perler beads by NestalgicBits. I think I like the Phanto best! Which one’s your favourite?
Via: Sprite Stitch Pinterest Board
December 10th, 2014 - by blackmageheart
AuntTink posted this fantastic blanket on the Sprite Stitch forums.
Believe it or not, this is crocheted! AuntTink used a Tunisian simple stitch and crocheted the whole thing as one piece rather than in panels. Amazing!