Category Archives: Geek Crafts

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DIY funny pregnancy t-shirt and Geeky shirts for women, men and kids

One morning my hubby sends me a link with geeky funny t-shirts sayings. I fell in love with all of them and it also gave me a great idea. Why not make my own geeky t-shirt? So I went to work, my first trip was to Michael’s to get my materials. 

The first thing I did was to use my cricut and cut out the letter  “Geek in Production.”
I purchased black fabric paint and use one of my makeup sponge to apply it to the shirt. You might be asking why I used a makeup sponge instead of a brush and that is because all my craft supplies are still packed from the move. I was shocked to find out how many bins I have of craft materials. I had a lot of explaining to do to my hubby at the time.
Don’t forget to put something between the layer of your shirt  because you want to keep the fabric paint from going threw and staining the back of your shirt. I placed a piece of wood in between the layers.
I used heavy cardstock as a stencil. Heavy cardstock will absorb paint and will not let it go through the paper. Especially since I am always prone to accidents.
I made this cute DIY funny pregnancy t-shirt that any geeky mom will love share her baby/pregnancy announcement. 
 I also was able to find this cute website that has very creative geeky t-shirts for any occasion and not just for women but men and children.
 
 I am in love with these awesome geeky t-shirts I found over at Snorgtees.
Can you tell me what awesome T.V show character loves to say this?
Who would not want to be Batman?!! I know that this shirt would look much cuter on my son than me but I so want to get it for myself. We all dream about being super heroes right?
We all love Doctor Who and having this cute one is a must for any fan!
Tell me which t-shirt is your favorite.
Stay Crafty,

Loren

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D TV Show this Fall

I would have not guesses in a million year that they were going to make a T.V. show about S.H.I.E.L.D but I was super excited to see a familiar face. Yes, you might have guess it already Agent Coulsen! I was so sad and was hoping to see Agent Coulsen in the new Avenger 2 Movie but we get to see him sooner than we expected. S.H.I.E.L.D will premier this fall on Tuesday nights. 
As you can imagine this time around its not all about the heroes but the regular little people who back them up. 
 
 
 
 
 

 
After seeing that trailer are you really going to tell me you are not as excited as me?! We can also hope maybe to see big names coming as guest star on the show. I am so crossing my finger, only time will tell what S.H.I.E.L.D has in stored.
 Loren
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Iron Man fan must have!

In honor of the new release of Iron Man 3 I went in search for the best must have for any geek out there. As you can imagine I am super excited about the new release of Iron Man 3 this weekend, usually by the third movie of the franchise they have killed the story line however, with Iron Man 3 it looks better than the first one. I mean come on who does not like fights, explosions and romance. 
 

 
 
 
Do you want to see what I found?
 

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I found someone who actually made their own Iron Man arm as a lamp! I think this is genius, I so want one. 
 

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How about making your very own Xbox 360 Iron Man case?! I am so impress by the creativity on this case.

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Making this Iron Man stain helmet glass lamp takes talent which came out so amazing! I would so love to have on of these in my home.
Now something I can really afford is this Iron Man USB which would look so good hanging off my laptop. 
My favorite is the Iron Man silicon ice tray. I can see many craft that I could do with one of these. You can use it for ice, candy or as clay mold.
What’s your favorite?
Stay Geeky,

Loren
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Star Wars Darth Vader and Yoda Stencil Chairs!

Do you remember this? 
At the time when I showed you guys this chair, I had only done two chairs and I was so excited to show you guys my chair before I was completely done with the all four chairs. So the other two chairs sat their all lonely waiting to be done. I did not know why I could not just finish them,  when I go the idea or geeky them out! Yes, I did go there. 
I actually added a Darth Vader Stencil to my chairs. So at first glance it looks like my chair are just normal but when you pull a chair out you might be surprises what you might find. 

I got the Darth Vader stencil here.
I went to Fedex and got the image printed on transparency paper and went to town cutting out the black shaded areas with a x-acto knife. 

I needed something to keep the stencil in place because I just hate smudges or when the paint bleeds through on the sides. I found the perfect thing to keep it in place scor-tape which is double sided and you can find at any scrapbooking store. 

I got fabric paint in elbony color which mean black in my opinion.
I also did a stencil for Yoda from Star Wars Click here.
I again printed the stencil on a transparency paper from Fedex but if you have it handy you could always print it with your printer. Using transparency paper way better than anything else I have used in the past. 
I think Yoda looks like a Pistachio Green, right? I took a small pin roller and placed it on a paper plate and went to town on both stencils. I did about two coats on Darth Vader and three on Yoda since the color was lighter on the fabric.
Ta-da! Yoda appears, this photo is right after I pealed the stencil off.
 To see the rest of my chair tutorial of my dinning room makeover check it out here!
Stay geeky!

Loren
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DIY Star Wars X-Wing Jewelry

My geek side is coming out and I wanted to share with you my Star Wars X-Wing Star fighter Alliance jewelry that I made.
 

I am a geek at heart. I love to watch my science fiction movies and the only thing I read is science fiction books. Trust me when I tell you that I will be one of the first one’s in line for then new Star Trek into the Darkness when it comes out in theaters. So I have shared my girly side with you all and now its time to show you my geek side. 
I know that no matter if you are not geeky, you most definitely know some body who is. You could do this super easy tutorial for a gift or for yourself just for fun.
You will need a couple of things. 
Acrylic paint in grey, white and red
Sand paper
Polymer clay (white)
Star Wars x-wing star fighter silicon mold
Mod Podge acrylic sealer
Ring
E-6000
Earrings hooks
The first thing you will need to do is to get you silicon mold and place the white clay in the mold. I got my mold from ThinkGeek.com. They have everything you would want if you are a geek. Try to get the clay as evenly spread in the mold as you can. 
Take a look at the instructions for baking of your clay. It usually does not take more than 15 minutes to bake. 
Try to get the clay as even and as deep as you can in your mold or you will get cracks like I did. However, I don’t mind the imperfection because it seems like it has been in the battle. 
Now its time to paint your molds. I use the grey and white acrylic paint and mix them together to lighten up the grey a little. I paints all over and let it dry. 
Since I did not have a thin enough brush to apply the red to the Star Wars X-wing I used Tim Holtz Distress Marker barn door.
I wanted the Star Fighter to look battle damage so I sand it down a little to remove some of the paint.
Time to take out your E-6000 and glue the ring to the X-Wing.
Do the same with the earrings  Ideally its better to make tiny holes before you bake the clay but I forgot. What I did was just glue it to the back or each x-wing.
I also used the Pod Modge acrylic sealer to make sure the paint won’t fade with time and it also makes it all shiny.
Now you have your very own DIY Star Wars X-Wing Jewelry!
Stay Geeky!

Loren
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Garage Sale Bench Makeover

Today we have a wonderful guest over Dinah from DIY Inspired! She has a great tutorial about a bench makeover she found at a garage sale. I don’t know about you but I just love garage sales you never know what you are going to find.
by Dinah Wulf
Here is my story about the best garage sale bench makeover ever.  Two weekends ago I got a call from my best friend.  It went something like this:
  • Jen: I just dropped Tiff off at school and am stopping at this garage sale.
  • Me: Ooooh is it any good?
  • Jen: Let me call you back.
<vibrate vibrate> (I never have my ringer on anymore these days)
  • Me: Well?
  • Jen: She’s moving and needs to sell everything this weekend.  She said she’d give you a good deal!
  • Me: I’m putting on my shoes! Text me the address!
In 5 minutes, we were out the door and my daughter was in her car seat.  It was the best garage sale I’d been to in a while.  A lot of stuff for cheap!  I walked away with two side tables and a bench for $15 total!!  I didn’t even have to haggle.  Yeah, I thought she was nuts too but I didn’t argue.
I had no idea what color to do so I posted it on my Facebook page.  I got a ton of great feedback but for some reason I still couldn’t choose. All I knew was that I wanted to add a cushion and upholster it on top.   I decided to go to the fabric store and stare at all the upholstery fabrics until one jumped out at me and I found this fabulous print that happen to match.
Side note: Please let me tell you that if you have a toddler, going to the fabric store to pick out something that is not yet decided is no easy feat.   The entire time I was there my daughter was running up and down the aisles, throwing yarn in the air and yelling out the wrong colors. Put her in the cart you say? Yeah right…
Also, because I am SO CHEAP I went back to the store 3 times on three different days, so that I could use a coupon for each item I bought.  What? It saved me $15! It was totally worth it.  I already had all the other supplies I needed from past projects so technically, this entire makeover cost me $20.00 including the bench! Woot woot!
Before I go on, here are the materials you need:
  • Bench
  • Spray paint
  • High density craft foam
  • Scissors
  • Yardstick
  • Fabric
  • Staple gun and staples
I first attempted to clean the bench and started wiping it down.  But the second a giant spider ran out and attacked me I decided to take this sucker outside and hose it off.  With the highest stream setting on my nozzle, I hosed it down and let it air dry outside.
After the bench dried, I spray painted it red.  I loved the original color and it matched my fabric, so I touched it up with some red spray paint with primer.


Meanwhile, using a ruler, pencil, and the best scissors ever, I cut some high density craft foam to fit over the top of my bench.


I also cut and measured my fabric.

I laid the foam on top of the center of my fabric and laid the bench on top upside down once it was dry.

Using a stable gun and heavy duty staples, I began pulling the fabric taught and stapling it to the bench.  The corners were a bit tricky, but with a little maneuvering and folding, I was able to make the sides look neat.


Here are a couple after photos.


That’s it!  I’m pretty proud of my $20 garage sale bench makeover that will go perfectly in my guest room at the foot of the bed! The best part is that I saw a smaller plain wood bench in a catalog for $149.00!
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Loren
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Diamond Tufted Dining Bench DIY

Today I have the lovely Jenny over as my guest and she is has a lovely tutorial for Diamond Tufted Dining Bench!

Hi, my name is Jenny Piirto and I blog occasionally over at Birds and Soap. I’ve always been an artsy/crafty type of girl, but I took DIYing to another level when I discovered building. I love being able to make things that are not only nice on the eyes, but get plenty of use too. My husband, two young daughters, and I live in a tiny house, and that has challenged me to design furniture that serves a dual purpose within our living space. Aside from several beds chalked full of storage, most recently I built a dining bench for my girls to use at their homeschool/craft table. The back is tufted and the buttons were my Grandmother’s. I just love how it reminds me of her when I see those buttons!
This project was a contribution to Ana White’s site- On my blog is a full tutorial and a link for plans to build your very own Diamond Tufted Dining Bench. Thanks for the shout-out Loren, I am totally feeling the blog love today!

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Things have been busy this winter, the holidays never let up! I built this bench last October and finally finished it on Thanksgiving Day.You can find plans to make your own dining bench on Ana White’s site here. check out  her official plan for your materials list and measurements. Thanks Ana for letting me contribute a project!


 Picture this: Me and my husband dragging the bench out onto the street between traffic to take photographs  (between basting the Thanksgiving turkey, mind you). I’d snap a few pics, then we would have to pick it up and move it to the curb while a car went by, then back out in the street for more photos. Our neighbors even came outside to make fun of us! I’m taking pictures, Sam’s doing the heavy lifting, and our neighbor is across the street yelling “Why don’t you leave it out there,  (neighbor who shall remain nameless) already parks his car on the lawn!” Good times.



Anyway, I’ve been wanting a dining bench for some time. Not for dining, but in our little house, we have a room doing triple duty as an office/ sewing and craft room/ homeschool room. I have a large dining table set up for the girls to do their work, and since we officially kicked off Kindergarten this year, I needed to get this space whipped into shape. My girls are little and the bulky dining chairs we were using were so clunky, uncomfortable, and the girls were always falling off and getting tangled in the chair frame (don’t ask). A bench was the perfect solution. It’s comfy, it’s spacious, they can sit right next to each other. Not to mention it’s super stylish, and with the design elements I used, it’s got sentimental value as well.



This bench is assembled with basic 2×4 and 2×6 boards. Heavy-duty, cheap, and easy to work with. But the big difference you will notice is how super comfortable it is to sit on. That is thanks to the elastic webbing used as a cushion support rather than plywood. It has a little “give” and holds up quite well. After some research online, I found that it is very common in European crafted furniture and has almost replaced the old way of building supports with springs, twine, and burlap webbing.


I found myself flipping furniture at World Market the other day and “Surprise!”


Guess what they use on their chair platforms?


Elastic webbing!  (Am I nuts because I went back with my camera and made my 5 year old daughter hold up the chair while I took the picture?)




I chose a simple fabric to cover the bench. A linen-like cotton with tan and orange threads. I think it’s the first orange anything I’ve ever owned, but it’s fun and just right for the space. But the best part:


The BUTTONS!


(Piper has given her approval)

These were part of my Grandma’s collection. When I was a little girl, my Grandma kept her button collection in large mason jars- I just loved to look at them! So colorful, each one so unique…I would dump them out on the table and look at them one by one, sort them by color and style. She grew up during the Great Depression, you know. Any shirt that was ruined got turned into rags, and every button got snipped off for a future use. Gotta love that green thinking! So when I planned the design for this bench, the diamond tufting was a perfect way to showcase some sweet memories of my grandmother.

I made this build a whole lot harder on myself than it needed to be. I finished the bench and then realized it was too short for my table. Dang it! So I had to remove the legs and make new ones for the frame. Of course, I had already upholstered the entire thing, so I had some dismantling to do. I like to think that I’m just getting the kinks out for the next guy that builds this….so here ya go next guy. It’s all ready for You!


Here are a few of my suggestions (more like lessons learned!) before you start cutting:


1. Pick a friendly fabric. If your bench will be used for nightly dinners, choose a fabric that wipes easily. Patterns hide stains better than solids. Look into patio furniture fabric. It’s treated, fade resistant, and can take a beating. Now that patio furniture costs as much as a living room set, it is much easier to find fabric in attractive colors and patterns at affordable prices. Also, pay attention to the way your fabric runs on the bolt. You will want something that is “railroaded” if you choose a print. That means the design runs with the roll on the bolt. Otherwise, if the pattern runs the opposite direction, you have to piece it together and there will be seams across your bench.  I’m halfway regretting my fabric choice now, because the top of this bench has become a perch for the newest member of our family, Prince. His little claws have not been friendly. He likes to use it as a runway before he launches on his next target.




2. Know your foam. The most frustrating part of building anything requiring foam cushioning isn’t the sewing or the stapling- It’s the cost! Foam is insanely expensive. I even considered buying a junk sofa from Goodwill to harvest the foam seat cushions. Most foam is sold by the foot in different densities and you can find it at craft and fabric stores and local upholstery shops. I found a great resource online at DIY Upholstery Supply. They sell it in long lengths for church pews- perfect application for a dining table bench. However, as luck would have it, I found the best deal ever in my town. My local Fred Meyer (Northwest Chain like a fancy Walmart) sells it in their sporting goods section. I was able to  buy a 6 foot x 30 inch x 3 inch thick foam camping mat for $20- That is unheard of! The same piece would have cost around a hundred dollars at JoAnn’s. Shop around and see what other applications this type of foam can be used for; I never would have thought to look in the camping section. It was a happy accident!


3. Measure your table. This bench plan is very simple to make and easy  to modify to fit to your table. You can measure the height of an existing chair or estimate an appropriate height to fit your space. Also, making your own bench gives you the opportunity to custom fit the seating. If you’ve got a “Honky-Tonk-Ga-Donk-a-Donk,” then you can build this baby to match. I personally went around and measured all of my favorite seats in the house to get a good average. I made my bench 24″ deep, it’s very full and has room for a few throw pillows. I have a slight obsession with throw pillows, so this gives me another space to use them. You can also make the bench as long as you would like, however, any more than 60″, I would consider adding legs in the center of the frame for support.



4. Dry-fit the bench before upholstering. I added the foam and fabric to my pieces before I drilled and bolted the frame together. That was a dumb move. Check for level and make sure the seat and back are square before you drill and bolt and definitely do that part before you have the bulk of the foam to combat.


So let’s get started!


I measured out the angles on the 2×4’s for the back frame and cut them out with my circular saw. I used the jig saw to get in the small spaces where the seat mounts to the back. My bench legs were 12″ tall. Sanded them fine and gave them a coat of stain. I used Minwax Special Walnut.



While the stain dried, I cut the seat frame. You’ll notice in my pics that I just assembled it at a flat frame. Well, I had to go back and fix that part! On the first go-round, the front legs just attached underneath. They ended up being too short and wobbly. The legs really need to be incorporated into the frame for added strength and support. It’s also important to use corner blocking to keep the frame square. That was another “oopsie.” I added it after I installed the elastic webbing for the tramp.



Next comes the seat platform. Notice that the side frame pieces are angled and the front and rear boards are two different sizes. This makes for comfortable seating and gives the bench a little more style other than looking like a big block. For the center braces, I used 1×4 boards mounted flush with the bottom of the frame. You want a gap between the tops of these boards and the top of the frame because the webbing will dip for comfort. Add corner blocking to keep the frame square.








And last but not least.

My big do-over.


I had to back and cut into the frame to add legs that are incorporated into the frame. The final plan should have eliminated this issue, but we were still in the research and development phase. I notched out a 1 1/2″ piece from the front corners of the frame and attached the legs with pocketholes.


Incorporating the front legs to the seat frame for added strength:


The rear frame has two horizontal support pieces to keep things square. The top piece is a 2×2, the center rail is another 2×2 (flush with the rear of the frame),a 2×4 brace that will attach where the seat rests, and behind that, a 1×2 is added to the rear of the 2×4 to give your backing a place to attach. I clamped everything in place while the glue dried. Make sure everything is square. Stand it up to make sure the vertical is level too.



With the two pieces done, this would be a good time to clamp them together and drill for your bolt assembly.  Make sure that the bench is square and all four legs are resting firmly on the ground before drilling. Use bolts with washers tighten the two pieces together.


Next is the bench backer board. I cut a piece of 1/4″ plywood I had on hand to size, then began to measure and mark for my button holes. I’ve seen pegboard used for this application as well. It is a great idea because it is firm, yet flexible, and the holes are already there. I measured a 4″ border around the top and sides and an 8″ border at the bottom. Then I decided how many buttons I wanted. I picked three rows for my diamond pattern and spaced them 4-5″ apart. Drill holes on the marks approx. 3/8″ wide- Large enough to get your needle in and out, and small enough that your button won’t  slip through.



Next, I cut the foam for the back cushion…I cannot say how thrilled I was to find another use for my jigsaw! I’ve seen numerous craft shows where they use an electric carving knife to cut foam. I don’t have one, and thankfully the jigsaw worked, otherwise, I was breaking out the Sawzall!


Just line up your board on the foam and use a Sharpie marker to trace around your backer board.


Also, you will want to mark each dot for your button holes. You will need these measurements before you upholster.


It’s a little tough when it chews in to the edge, but after that, it’s smooth sailing!


Because you will more than likely need to piece a few foam scraps to cover your board, I used Loctite Spray Adhesive to join my seams. I purchased the general purpose vs. the hardcore permanent stuff because I knew I would want to use the rest of the can on something else. It worked great.



Attach the backer board to the rear of the bench with finish nails. Then give the board a nice coat of adhesive spray and stick your foam on top. Press down so it can bond and let it dry. it will stay slightly tacky, so if you need to make any adjustments, you can pull it up and re-stick till your heart’s content.

Cut another piece of foam for the top. Since your fabric is going to wrap over the back and you will be grabbing the top to move in and out of the bench, it needs a little cushion up there as well. I added a piece that was 2″ high and sprayed it to everything else with the adhesive.





The seat frame comes together quickly in preparation for the seat cushion. Once the frame is done,

now comes time for the elastic webbing. I purchased 10 yards off of Ebay from Victorian-Upholstery to make my 4′ long x 2′ bench.  Elastic webbing comes in different grades; some is more firm for back support, and some has more give for seat support. I chose a mid-grade that would be flexible for any use. I probably used 7 yards to complete this bench. If you look into elastic webbing, there are tools you can buy called webbing stretchers to grip the webbing while you pull it taut. They are around $30, and since I didn’t anticipate using it all the time, I tried to find a way around it.

And guess what?


Boom.



That is an undercoat brush for our dog. No kidding. It is almost identical to a real stretcher and it worked great.

The best way to do this quickly is set it up in the living room and make sure your husband is laying on the couch watching Sportscenter.


With your frame and elastic webbing ready, grab a stapler and staple down the first edge. I used five staples to hold each end down with a 1″ overhang that I stapled down to the side. Once one side is securely in place you can pull the webbing across to the opposite end. Pull it as tight as you can, then use the webbing stretcher (er, dogbrush) to pull extra tight.


At this point, your husband will witness your act of strength, and not to be outdone, the Shirtless Wonder will hop off the couch and demand that you let him do it. The webbing stretcher is completely unnecessary as he uses sheer brute force to pull the webbing taut while bearing down against the frame.While he is “Showing you how it’s done” you are free to staple at will, leisurely walk around, and take pictures of the process.



You tricked him so good, he’s now doing all the work! 


Until he realizes that you tricked him, that is! Then he’s giving you the “Stink-Eye” and saying things like “Are you gonna put down the camera and help me over here?” Ah yes, now I remember why I just LOVE doing projects with my man.


Okay, so you are going to lay all the strips in one direction stapling them on each end with an overhang of 1-2″. Each strip is placed 4-6″ apart all the way across. Then, when you are finished with one direction, place the next set perpendicular, being sure to weave back and forth (basketweave pattern) between the rows so you end up with one solid support.


 Remember the placemats you made in elementary school with construction paper? This is a larger version!

I ended up adding a row here and there, so my pattern is off, but you get the picture:




Once the webbing is finished, the cushion is cut for the top. I sprayed down the frame with more adhesive and stuck the foam right over it. Remember, my picture below is incorrect from the actual plan because this was a “before” when I had not added the front legs to the frame. Where the rear of the seat meets the back of the bench, the foam will touch and it was nearly impossible for me to get the frame pieces bolted together.


(This was where my Rage-a-hol kicked in and no matter how hard I clamped and squeezed I could NOT get the frame to align. After I calmed down and “regrouped,” it really was a simple fix. Time-outs are not just for kids.)


I had to trim the rear of the cushion at a 45 degree angle so that the bench would bolt together. If I were you, I would trim the back cushion instead, this way, the seat cushion will rest under the back cushion. If that makes sense to you, you will see what I am talking about in the final pictures.



Next, it’s upholstering time! Follow the link for part II.


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Vintage Wooden Bench DIY

Nicole is back with another guest post on her Vintage wooden bench painted awning green!
Vintage Bench with Danish Modern Legs; shes just about done, I have been working all evening finishing her up. I always wanted to try the “dipped leg” technique. So Modern and Vintage Chic all in one. I decided to paint the Hardware the same color Green, I sanded down the legs and painted half the legs Green too. I think it turned out cool, the next step is painting on a clear coat of polyurethane. Here is her look so far…
      Almost there:


I use this lovely awning green to paint the table and legs.

             The table was not in good shape when I got it but all that is about to change.        


A little sanding makes and  ugly table into a new beauty.

Here is how the table legs look like before sanding. They are not so pretty right now but they will be soon.


Since I want to color only half of the legs, I used painters tape to cover the section I did not want to be dipped in paint.

The wood legs now look like the one’s you can get at home depot.


After the sanding is said and done I dipped the legs in the paint and covered half with painters tape. 


       “Awning Green”, I love this color and the way the bench turned out. A simple project, but sometimes these take just as long as any other project, why? not sure, but here is her REVEAL. 




Let me know what you think?
I really enjoyed the “dipped leg” technique 


Stay tuned more projects, in progress.
Many more 🙂



xoxo –Nicole

                                                        
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Legos Storage Ideas Containers


If you did not know, I have a wonderful little boy who I hope one day gets to enjoy playing with Legos as much as I did and at times still do. I really want an excuse to play with Legos again but my little one is still a little young for them. He enjoys throwing them at the walls or taking them apart more than building anything. However, that has not stopped our family from buying them Legos for his last birthday or Christmas. Now I have a small problem, where do I put all this Legos when they are not being thrown at the walls? 



May a have some on you daily mug would help?
I went in search of creative ideas to store Legos here is what I found.

Wall hanging containers.

Lego dresser!


Cabinet Storage is perfect and not only for Legos,


I can always build an island with all the Legos! My kitchen Island might be a smaller  because we don’t have this many Legos.
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I think making a wall of Legos is genius. 
                                                               












                                                                      
I can also get actual containers that look like Legos! Maybe a Lego theme room is in the near future. 






















                                                          VIA 

Stay Crafty,

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Darth Vader and a Star Wars Alphabet?!

Its that time of the week! Its time to Geek out with star wars! In my search for the greatness that is star wars I have scoured pinterest and I know bring you cookie cutters! I so need to get my hand on these cute little star wars cookie cutter because no Sunday afternoon can go with out baking star war cookies. Yoda would be quite disappointed in me.
                                                                       Source: theberry.com via Alicia on Pinterest

 I am rating this post! G for Geek.


This might not have anything to do with cookies but this picture just melt my heart when I saw it! Ooohh, Darth Vader with his little Darth Vader princess. Now I just want to have a little girl to dress her up as Pink Darth Vader Princess of the Dark side

                                                                      Source: epbot.com via Molly on Pinterest
I know for a fact that you want R2-D2 shoes! I am come on they are the rage now. I so need to make a pair of these for myself.

Tell me can you name them all? I bring you the star war Alphabet!!! Give it a try and tell me how far you got.

                      If you are not a super geek and need a cheat sheet come  here it is!
Okay , all I have to say is Yum! I would love to see this in my cereal in the morning  I  only dreams came true.


Never mind I take it all back I want these star wars heels instead!! They are the perfect color and high to me to wear. Now to find my modge podge and star wars comic.

Can I pull this dress off? Let me tell you that I can and I will!

Source: google.fr via Summer on Pinterest

Yes, it is abuse but he looks so CUTE!!!!!! I so need to make on for my little puppy.

Well enough on the cuteness and now I am off to clean something.

Till next time keep it crafty!