Super Mario Bros Quilt

January 4th, 2015 - by blackmageheart

This piece of awesome was made by Xanatos from the forums.

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There are 6,503 pieces to this quilt, it took 5 and a half months to assemble and the whole thing measures 1.9m x 2.2m (about 6’2″ x 7’2″). It was a gift for Xanatos’ sister – what an amazing thing to receive!


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Concrete Thwomp

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:
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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

Epic Zelda Marriage Proposal

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!

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Definitely a keeper!

Merry Christmas from Sprite Stitch!

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!


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Staryu Tree Topper

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.

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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!

Via: Etsy

Gingerbread Mario Castle

December 18th, 2014 - by blackmageheart

Forum user 015Ekan and his fiancée decided to abandon the traditional gingerbread house in favour of a Mario castle.

Gingerbread 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!

Nintendo Christmas Ornaments

December 14th, 2014 - by blackmageheart

It’s always nice to see alternative Christmas decorations, and these Nintendo ones are great!

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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


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