DIY | Star Wars Origami Yoda Easy Tutorial

star wars yoda origami   From Origami Plus Youtube page: No Force Required. :-) Learn how to make an origami Yoda from Star Wars with this easy step-by-step instructions. This origami Jedi Master Yoda is an original origami model by Stéphane Gigandet. Use 2 colors origami paper to have Yoda's face, pointy ears, hands and stick green, and his eyes and coat white. To fold this easy origami Yoda, you will need 20 minutes and a square piece of paper (if possible

Jackalope Arts and Crafts Fair Debuts this Weekend

This coming weekend amidst the holiday craze is the debut of the Jackalope Arts and Crafts Fair here in Phoenix Arizona. This fair located at Steele Indian School Park, will house over 200 juried exhibitors that strictly sell handmade wares. These range from local artists, craftsmen, and DIY enthusiasts who have a passion for making specialty goods. With an emphasis on the opportunity for the community to meet the makers behind their quality products, shoppers can

Monthly Maise: The Arkham Knight Harley Quinn Skirt

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 of GNN, I have a viable place to share them!  So here’s the first of what will become a monthly tutorial, I hope you enjoy! The


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 and coughing all over the handle and seat. Hence, the need for a cart cover. Cart covers are also a great way to make the cart

Too Hot to Craft – 5 D.I.Y. Ways to Keep Cool

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 lime flavored. No one likes the lime flavor. Fortunately I have scoured the internet to find other great ways to stave off summer heat. So instead

Sol Black – Advice for Budget Cosplaying

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 know where to begin or may not have enough money. Well, first of all, don't ever let a small budget get in the way of

Geek Mom: DIY No-Sew Baby Vest

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 him cute things all I could find was a lot of pink and tulle and hair accessories. I was so disappointed by the lack of

Crafters Corner: Interview with Steam Crow Part 1

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. Daniel and Dawna Davis are two local artists that have taken their DIY spirit and turned it into a successful business. Not to mention they

GEEK MOM – Rock-A-Bums New 2.0 #RockItUp Giveaway

Rock-A-Bums isn’t your normal, every day cloth diaper. Yes, it will still do what cloth diapers are meant to do, but Rock-A-Bums is a 5-in-1 diaper that can be used as an All-In-One, Pocket and Diaper Cover all in one hybrid diaper. Additionally, these rocker inspired diapers promise to be easy to use, have a poopy blow out protector and they're leak free. Blogger ‘Just Me And The Boys’ did an excellent write about Rock-A-Bums