You’ve seen them online. You’ve always wanted to try them. You’ve always wondered how much better your gaming life would be if only your dice were chocolate. No more! Now you can make them yourself with Our Nerd Home’s tutorial on how to make your own chocolate dice.
Some people take cosplay to a new level and OrangeMoose on DeviantArt does just that. She made this incredible WoW leather armor (yes, that’s real leather) and has been kind enough to upload a full walk through tutorial if you want to make some leather armor yourself! Click through to get the step by step on how to make this and get started on creating that leather masterpiece you’ve been dreaming of!
LOOK AT THIS. I’m flailing so hard right now. This incredible crafter made the entire 221 B flat small enough to fit into an Altoid tin. The amount of detail here is just mind blowing. You can check out her Craftster page with the details here. If you’d like to make a matchbox version of this, you can find her tutorial here!
This tutorial may be for “Valentines Day” cookies, but frankly I think I’d love anyone who gave me these any day of the the year. Click through for the awesome tutorial, along with a healthy does of Star Trek puns, to make some of these for your own Trekkie love.
Every DnD fan out there knows exactly what this is. Now the almighty D20 can be supersized and brought into your home either as subtle nerd decor or your reserve die used only when the battle is truly epic. Click through for the tutorial on how to make one of these for yourself out of nothing more than cardboard and spraypaint!
Amigurumi is the art of using impossibly tiny stitches to apparently make ridiculously adorable things. This set of detailed amigurumi Doctor Who dolls was made by Allison Hoffman! You can download her pattern for free on Ravelry if you want to try your hand at this.
Tired of seeing diapers wandering around your home? Cover those bad boys with your favorite fandom and get your kids interested early! This cute idea comes from Domestic Geek Girl (click through for the tutorial!) and it’s a new way to show off your geek pride while hiding unsightly diapers.
Free Winter Soldier knitting pattern for fingerless mitts!! Are these things not friggin adorable?