Etsy shop Francesca4me makes and sells cookie cutters. Not just any old ones, though – these cutters are simply awesome. I’ve picked out some of my favourites to share:
They are all made from PLA (Polylactic Acid or Polyactide, which is made from certain types of plants) using 3D printing. The really great thing about these cutters is the incredible attention to detail. And they have many more wonderful cutters in the shop!
ABitOfImagination on Etsy makes these fab video game themed light boxes. Here’s a few I picked out to share.
They are all made using perler beads for the designs, and a shadow box with a light fitting. I really like the effect the light has on the perlers. They’d make lovely display pieces, or great little night lights!
Heartstringcrochet on DeviantART makes some of the cutest amigurumi around. Including lots of Pokemon! I’ve picked out just three to show you.
This is Koffing, Vileplume and Charizard – but there are many more on the dA page. Some Pokemon, as well as other lovely creations, are available to buy on Heartstringcrochet’s Etsy store!
I tried to think of some words to introduce this hat, but nothing suitable came to mind. So I’ll let the picture do the talking!
This glorious creation was made by Tumblr user Hooking Havoc. If you feel like you need this in your life, you can buy the pattern on Hooking Havoc’s Etsy!
HornyPig from the forums stitched this awesome image of the great Lord Helix.
Lord Helix, an Omanyte (and later an Omastar), featured prominently in Twitch Plays Pokemon. The sprite that HornyPig stitched was created by hamigakimono.
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!