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.

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teepublic star wars

To celebrate Star Wars day, we’ve teamed up with TeePublic to give away five Star Wars-inspired shirts from their collection to lucky readers!

Head after the break for all the details on how to enter…

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We recently shared some amazing cosplay photographs taken by Antti Karppinen at Cardiff Film and Comic Con 2015, and he sent us an equally amazing batch of cosplay in honor of Star Wars Day.

Head after the break to more pics…

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This musical dragon jewelry is a bit unexpected, but a beautiful combination nonetheless. The ancient-looking carved dragon sits perched on and also blends into a treble clef, as if the two were one.

Etsy shop owner Rare Crafts hand makes each pendant by carving the knot-work creature from brass then covers it in a dark patina to give it a wonderful antique finish.

Check out another view and the awesome matching earrings after the break.

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padme tpm

Star Wars Day is a very special day for me, because it involves Star Wars and bad puns, which are two of my favorite things in life. A third favorite thing: Awesome clothes. I’ve scoured the Internet, from Her Universe (who are running a Star Wars sale today) to itty bitty Etsy shops, to bring you some of the choiciest Star Wars wearables the Internet has to offer.

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These beautiful planet necklaces are the work of etsy seller Chrysalism who has turned jasper stones into little worlds. Each is wire-wrapped inside antique copper rings. They even have little pyrite moons in orbit.

Red, green, gold, amber, teal, ivory, brown, gray; these stones are rich with many different colors and intricate designs! 18 inch antique brass chain with lobster clasps (other chain lengths available upon request!). The planets measure 12mm in diameter, and the rings are 18mm.

You pick the style and planet of your choice to make exactly the world you want to wear. Since each stone is unique, you’ll have a one-of-a-kind world of your very own.

See more pictures after the break.

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cute bags

It’s another round of super cute bags! This time from Titina Store on Etsy. Part of me really wants to get all of these, set them up in a row and play “What Would The Fox Say”

See more pictures after the break.

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We love our male Avengers, but it’s time we start celebrating how awesome Black Widow is. She can more than hold her own in a mega battle with Ultrons, and cosplayer Sadie by Design has captured her perfectly.

Photography: Joe Everson

Check out more awesome Black Widow photos after the break.

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We’ve never seen anything quite like these stunning Lord of the Rings silk scarves.

The vibrant watercolor-esque scenery is hand painted by Etsy shop owner MinkuLUL, which means that each scarf is unique and one of a kind.

See more truly magical LOTR-inspired designs after the break.

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If Pikachu and Umbreon were some sort of futuristic samurai, I believe this is what their battle gear would look like. It looks serious and deadly and I don’t want to even think about their final forms. Cosplayer SpiritRising7 designed both impressive warrior suits, noting that for Pikachu:

“Costume has light-up eyes and lights on sword (electric plasma light) and shield. Due to bright outdoor photo, weapon lights were turned off to conserve battery life and glow effects added in PS (shoutouts to RokuRex).”

Photos: B1NH Photography & Miss Ansa

Check out more pics of this bad-ass cosplay after the break.

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