This is a hand painted, wooden box by Queen-Uriel. She used watercolors and permanent markers.
This Zelda blanket was crocheted by mama24boyz.
And I think I may have shared this before, but it’s awesome: a life-sized paper craft Zelda. The paper model was created by Juke, and the finished model was made by minidelirium.
And this is a handmade triforce lamp, constructed of wood and plastic, by TheBackPackShoppe.
I found a lot more awesome Zelda crafts, but I can’t share them all here. Stay tuned tomorrow for sewn and stitched Zelda goodies.
DarlingArmy, on deviantART and Facebook, has created a very wide array of nerdy dress-up items. I’ll show you some of the gamer ones, including the Zelda kimono dress above.
Check out her gallery for a whole lot more.
I posted a stitched light world last week for World Cross Stitch Day, but here is another incarnation of it, this time with the light and the dark world! lpgeorge123 says, “It took me about 2+ years, but I have finally completed both of the maps from A Link to the Past, and today I was able to turn them into a little pillow. It was my first time really using a sewing machine, which was both fun and terrifying. I also decided to use minimal stuffing as I wanted the maps to be mostly flat, and then curved along the edges near the clouds. Overall it looks great as a decorative pillow. Thanks again Servotron for making these awesome patterns! Now that they’re complete I really don’t know what to make next. ”
Amazing work! (I would be a bit afraid to actually use the pillow…)