I’ve always been kind of freaked out by the amazing things that people can do with sand. Everything I’ve ever tried to make completely fell apart. Behold the above sand sculpture (since it’s not really a castle.) I stumbled upon this amazing thing online. global geek news says, “This work of art appears to be called ‘I am 8-bit’ and it was created by Guy-Olivier Deveau who created it for the Parskville Canadian Open. He did an amazing job!”
I wondered what else I could find, and came up with these:
I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did!
Sprite Stitcher rbaron just got married, and she stitched a bunch of awesome stuff for her wedding. They were used as table centerpieces. It must have taken a long time. This first one was a surprise gift for her husband.
From Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series:
Lord of the Rings:
The Princess Bride:
Nightmare Before Christmas:
William Shakespeare’s Hamlet:
Wowie zowie. So awesome!
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.