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Aimee Reyes Ruiz saved to Intentar (cosillas).
I've got a super fun DIY for your next craft night, gang; this was a huge hit with my group, and I think my favorite thing we've made all year: Hobbit Door Wreaths! Or alternatively, Fairy Door Wreaths. In fact that's what I love about these: they're infinitely customizeable. And - AND! - you can buy everything you need from Dollar Tree, so they only cost a few dollars each to make. Here's my Friday Night group hard at work on theirs: I'll show you all their finished wreaths as we go along…
Kayla Williams saved to DIY Wall hanging decor
Hobbit Door Ornament | Hobbit Decor | Handmade Lord of the Rings Gift | Harvest Wall Hanger | Hobbitcore | Ring of Power | LOTR Decor
Hobbit Door Ornament Wall Hanger Harvest Lord of the Rings | Etsy
Leah Okeson saved to crafty
This set of Star Trek pillows. | Community Post: 21 Subtle Ways To Decorate Your Home Like A Nerd
These cute cauldron pincushions make great gifts for Harry Potter fans or to add a bit of Halloween whimsy to your sewing space.
Board games are fun. They are a great way to keep all the family members and friends in one place. Follow these 12 FREE crochet dice bag patterns to keep the dice off the board games intact in one place. We all know what a huge hassle it is to find out the dice every time you plan to play. We need a mechanism to refrain from this hide and seek activity with the dice. Certainly, a crochet dice bag is a perfect idea to stay organized. And a one made from crochet will be an accessory that will…
Eileen Vanderhoof-Martin saved to Crochet This
Ready to bring some serious geek cred to your garden? Whip up a set of fantastic Doctor Who-inspired stepping stones!
Heather Palmer saved to stuff to make
I went through a few ideas in my head before deciding on a set of PlayStation buttons. So I grabbed the colors I needed and got to work on my coaster set.
Ashlee // Her Geekery saved to Geek // DIY