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I also made this potion to hang in the car. 

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Killed some time by making a Perler Commander Video. 

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Jake grid pattern

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crochettoys:

Teapot Hermit Crab

Traditionally, hermit crabs live out their days scuttling around in a discarded snail shell, filtering through grit for scraps. If they’re lucky, they may happen upon a fisherman’s boot nestled amongst some kelp and make a home of it, munching on the surrounding seaweed. In fact, most hermit crabs dream of such a life. But not Tetley.

Tetley travelled to England when he was just a young crab and paddled up the River Thames to the Houses of Parliament. There he met Earl Grey, who took him in and gave him a home in a small milk jug. Tetley soon outgrew it, and Grey rehoused him in a teacup. Now an adult, he lives quite contently in his teapot, spending his days sipping on Chai and snipping custard creams with his claws.

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How to make knit fabric yarn- free tutorial. 

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spindlesplinters:

A few more pictures of my crocheted Zelda costume. My friend who took my pictures and I are particularly fond of the tree picture, which we have been referring to as the “startled cat face.”

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Fabric and crochet blanket. The site has some close ups so it’s fairly easy to figure out. Going to use this idea for a border. 

Fabric and crochet blanket. The site has some close ups so it’s fairly easy to figure out. Going to use this idea for a border. 

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I got a new camera over the weekend and made this BMO case for it to live in. It’s crocheted in the round with craft felt and embroidery thread details. 

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archiemcphee:

This awesome Finn and Jake chair was created by Redditor reallylovely, who spotted the old, yet still sturdy chair at an antique shop and immediately recognized its potential resemblance to our favorite post-apocalyptic human boy:

"I cleaned, sanded, primed then painted the design with acrylics. I also added a few coats of glow-in-the-dark paint to his hood and his socks. Then I sealed it about four times. For the seat, I used felt, and hand-embroidered the details of Jake’s face. For the dream bubble, I used a small piece of Adventure Time printed fabric which I bought online. After this photo was taken, I added a clear plastic layer to the seat to protect the design and allow it to actually be used as a chair (but I mostly made it as art)."

Here’s hoping that Adventure Time-themed furniture restoration becomes a trend.

[via Neatorama]

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