Super Mario 64 – Bob-omb Battlefield crafted from Legos

Friday, August 15th, 2014

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Matt De Lanoy says, “Bob-omb Battlefield is the first stage of Super Mario 64 – the flagship game for the N64 game system. This game came out way back when I was just a freshman in college, and I have great memories of endless game nights with friends playing this game. I’ve had the idea of doing a Super Mario layout for a while, but just what to do escaped me. (Lego versions of the original NES games have been done quite often). Upon finding my old N64 in ‘storage’, I was inspired to create this.”

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Framed Mario set

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

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Clarington found an interesting frame and decided to stitch Marios to put in it. We love it!

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Knitted gamer shoes

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

Katie, of pretty sneaky, knits on top of Converse. She has a lot of different designs, but here are some of her video game themes:

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Lakitu Key Hanger

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

I love this idea, it’s really simple but cute and clever too.

Made from perlers with a slyly attached hook, Lakitu makes a great key holder!

Via: Sprite Stitch Pinterest Board

Mushroom Scrabble Tile Art

Saturday, June 21st, 2014

I’ve seen things done with Scrabble tiles before, mostly names and words (obviously – it is Scrabble!)  but this one by TileFrame is pretty good!

The coloured tiles are great for this kind of art. If you look closely, you’ll see Mario-related words hidden in the mushroom!

Via: Etsy

Perler Bowser’s Castle

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

funkymonkey has created yet another awesome Perler bead project; this time, Bowser’s Castle. It looks fantastic framed.

via[TheSpriteStitchForum]

Key Chain Chomp

Friday, June 13th, 2014

Sometimes, the simplest ideas are the best ones. Like this Chain Chomp crocheted key cover by Pops de Milk!

If you crochet, or know someone that does, there’s a nice tutorial on how to make your own at Pops’ website!

Via: Sprite Stitch Pinterest Board