Head after the break to see some more examples.
It’s-a tiny little Mario hat and Princess Peach crown that you can wear in your hair! These adorable mini accessories are hand molded from polymer clay by Etsy shop owner Lizglizz and are available in Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Princess Daisy, Wario, and Waluigi versions.
This picture doesn’t even do them justice. Check out the how these cute hair pins look being worn after the break…
These handmade leather and metal bracelets feature the message of your choice engraved in Gallifreyan. It could be your name or any secret message that you might want to send to the Doctor should he and his blue box show up in your yard. There’s also a leather phone wallet case that can personalized with a Gallifreyan message.
See more pictures after the break.
BB-8 has already captured everyone’s hearts even though Star Wars: The Force Awakens is still months away from hitting theaters. Nail artist Kayleigh O’Connor has done a 3D version of the little guy in this themed nail art she designed for Star Wars Day. Looks like the perfect manicure for attending the debut. I mean, you probably don’t need your thumb to pick up the tickets.
Who knew the cast from Adventure Time would be even cuter as little round polymer clay charms? Each adorable friend is hand molded by Etsy shop owner Egyptian Ruin, then painted and coated with protective varathane. There’s over 30 charms to choose from and this bracelet holds a whopping 14.
The shop also has charms for fans of Zelda, Pokemon, Animal Crossing, Studio Ghibli, Mortal Kombat, and more.
Check out all more cuteness after the break.
I’m a huge fan of the whole thigh-tights thing because, unlike actual thigh-highs, they don’t need garters so they’re easier to wear on a casual basis. Plus they come in styles that range from Batman to Cats. I mean, come on.
But I’m pretty sure this new batch, which includes narwhals and alpacas, may be my favorite so far. Plus, how can I not love an Ursula silhouette?
Check them out after the break.
The fantastic Hero Complex Props sole purpose is to help cosplayers improve their costume with accessories using the technology of 3D printing. This impressive Ultron helmet was pulled off by group effort, starting with a 17-year old designer.
Jacob Morin created the helmet using the program Blender then passed off the design to the founder of Hero Complex Props, Michael Ruddy. Using his gMax 1.5 XT 3D printer from gCreate, Ruddy printed the helmet in four pieces. The jaw printed in 13 hours, the ears in 10, while the face and top portion of the helmet required 30 hours each. Although this was a terribly long printing process, breaking it down this way ensured the structure would have the stability and support it needed.
The pieces were then delivered to Sean Shaw of Shawshank Cosplay Props for the finishing touches and to create a mold. Shawn glued the pieces together, sanded and polished it with XTC-3D’s Smooth On epoxy. Then the helmet was taken apart in order to create a silicone mold. After the mold was created, the newly made pieces were assembled, spray painted, and outfitted with glowing red LEDs.
Check out photos from the building process after the break.
Etsy shop MiraCrafts creates these fantastic little flask pendants that are protected by magical, leafy roots to keep the precious contents safe. She hand sculpts each one then paints it with Citadel-Colors so every vial is truly one of a kind.
“Fillable with little gems, sand from your favourite beach or your recommended mana potion.”
Check out a similar Druid version after the break.
This elegant Steampunk heart pendant from June’s Night has such wonderful detail that I just want to keep gazing at it.
“All metal parts torch soldered together and accented with sparkling Swarovski rhinestones, pendant hangs on 18 inch stainless steel cable chain with lobster clasp.”
The watch parts don’t actually move (so if you hear a ticking sound you might be going mad), but this pendant is still gorgeous and unique. Check out more pics of the pendant, including a brass version, after the break.