The Monthly Maise Tutorial: The Arkham Knight Harley Quinn Skirt
Like a petulant cat coming out from their beloved hiding spot, I’ve finally decided to start making these tutorials to share with all of you. I know I’ve been promising them for a good while, but thanks to my new outlet
Originally posted on My Mom's Geeky
So, we can all agree that germs are bad and without fail when you go to the grocery store you will get the cart the most recently had the snottiest kid ever made with the parent that is getting over the flu who was sneezing
Veteran's Day is a special day to me. My husband is currently active military and my dad was a Marine for 10 years. It has been a great life and has provided to us in more ways than we could ever have hoped for. This Veteran's Day, I started to
Some days, its hard being a geek and girly crafter. Your parents are confused by the Portal box you made. Your grandma is puzzled by the Jayne Hat you knitted. And then there's the people at the office who eat your Cthulhu shaped cookies but just don't really understand why. Sometimes,
Well its summer and I'm in Phoenix. So stepping outside right now is like stepping onto the surface of the sun. Its times like these that I don't want to bother with any projects, I just want to live in a tub of chilled jello. But not if it is
Phoenix Comicon recently passed us by, leaving all of us cosplayers with ideas and anxiousness for another year. Several other cities are getting ready to open the floodgates to their comicons, however, so I'm sure there are plenty of people looking to create a costume of their own, but perhaps don't
I am the only one of my close friends that had a baby boy and I really wanted to make him some geek approved onesies since there weren’t a lot of pop-culture baby items out there. So when I turned to the internet to look for DIY projects to make
And now for the 2nd installment of my interview with Steam Crow. If you haven't heard of them, you will soon. They've been featured in the latest issue of Phoenix Magazine and will be hosting one of the largest booths at the Phoenix Comicon. They also have a growing fan
It's Crafters Corner Time!
Welcome to a new series of articles where I interview local crafters and dish on the crafts they love to create. First up is part one of my interview with local craft masters: Steam Crow.
I have to say, it was hard not going completely fan-girl on them.
I know I have featured these light switches in a previous article but I have had a lot of people ask me how I created them. So for your crafty viewing pleasure here is a DIY guide to making Harry Potter light switch covers.
Materials you will need:
-Metal Light Switch covers