This Marauder's Map dress and hair bow are immensely impressive because they were drawn by hand with fine point sharpies. The map is incredibly detailed and tumblr user permetstu totally nailed it for LeakyCon. According to her, the text on the front of the dress took three and a half hours to complete.
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These dancing baby Groot cupcakes inspired by that scene from Guardians of the Galaxy are just about the cutest baked good we've seen to date. They were designed by JK Denim of the Koalipops on YouTube and luckily, they seem fairly simple to make. All that's needed is four cupcakes, shortbread dough, icing, a piping bag, and the Groot stencil (which JK links to in his video). You can watch the full tutorial below.
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We think it's safe to say that everyone wants to dancing baby Groot all the things. We recently posted about this impressive adult Groot cake, and this baby version was bound to follow. It was baked by Rainbow Bakehouse in the UK for a 25th birthday. The dirt is made of chocolate cake crumbs and the pot has a peanut butter and chocolate fudge cake base covered in white fondant. The baby Groot was created using light brown modeling clay and we believe the green leaves are also made from fondant.
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How cute are these R2D2 and C3PO mary janes? They're hand painted by instructables user doodlecraft who gives a full tutorial on how to create your own pair of Star Wars heels or flats, or whichever shoe most tickles your fancy. All that's needed is acrylic paint, clear sealant, and Rub ‘n Buff in silver and gold. In other news, we see a crafting day in our future.
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These Japanese treats called "wagashi" (和菓子), based on video game and anime characters are detailed and delicious looking. They were created by Twitter user Otakumi . If you want to try making your own, here's a bean paste and rice based dough recipe https://en.cookpad.com/recipe/336397. Some of the designs include Mega Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Hello Kitty, Madoca Magika, Attack on Titan, Pikachu, Kirby, Totoro, and Mario.
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These adorable soot sprite cookie pops are almost too cute to eat! Soot sprites may translate to dust bunnies in English. They are the little spirits Hayao Miyazaki created which appeared in both Spirited Away and My Neighbor Totoro. All you need to make your own are some oreos, chocolate sprinkles, candy melts, tootsie rolls or fondant, and Konpeito sugar candy or large star sprinkles and of course, some lollipop sticks. For a full tutorial on how to create your own, head over to Fiction Foods.
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The girls over at the IGGPPC have been posting furiously as part of their Iggle summer camp. One of our favorite things we've seen so far are these adorable DIY Harry Potter bookmarks. The tutorial gives instructions on how to emulate your Hogwarts house in tie or scarf form.
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We cannot wait to try making these adorable golden snitch cupcakes by justJENN. She also baked two other styles of cupcakes, one bearing the Harry Potter logo in the form of a glittery sugar cookie, and the other adorned with an edible chocolate frog. You can obtain full instructions on how to make all three of these cupcakes on justJENN's blog.
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These delicious looking cookies are not only fashioned after Disney princess dresses, but they're also prepared with a dressing room theme. The cookies include Aurora, Snow White, Tianna, Cinderella and Belle's dresses and the cookies were baked by Prima Cakes Plus.
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With it being Shark Week and with Sharknado 2: The Second One debuting on the Syfy channel tonight, we thought there would be not better way to celebrate than with these adorable shark themed nails. The concept and implementation is fairly simple. All you need are four nail polish colors: light blue, bright blue, silver and black. See the below ModCloth DIY for more details!
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