My name's Kalah. I make handmade jewelry out of polymer clay themed after many geeky fandoms.
Here's my Etsy shop where you can order things I make
My tumblr is for my finished product photos as well as custom work and WIP photos. I'd also love to feature other nerdy crafts that I like, so feel free to link me to your stuff and I'll take a look.

I post many other people's crafts here as well as my own, if you'd like to see only my work go here: http://wtfcharms.tumblr.com/tagged/My-craft

 

fashiontipsfromcomicstrips:

Ramona Flowers Subspace Coin Purse, by Neighborhood Story, $10.

Just the thing to carry all of your post-fight coin rewards!

It’s 3.35” in diameter and 1.25” deep and it can hold ALMOST as many coins as you see in the second image (unfortunately I don’t know how to sew subspace, otherwise it would be endless.) It’s fully lined with durable hot pink stretch denim, and closes with an (almost) matching turquoise zipper. ^_^

More color combinations are coming soon, but for now, this baby is ready to ship!

And for those of you who are looking to further capture Ramona Flowers’ swagger, Jamie is also selling an impeccably accurate custom-made Ramona Flowers jacket (as seen on the cover of Scott Pilgrim vs. The Universe).

sogeekchic:

Illustrator Robin Kaplan’s work is adorable, and lucky for fans of anything from steampunk to video games to comics, it’s often incredibly geeky! Above is her “Lady Vader” and you can buy a print, here.
But it doesn’t stop at geeky fashion inspired work, she has pieces for X-men, Batman, Katamari Damacy, Star Wars, Final Fantasy and many more series. Seriously, check out more of her work at her website, or visit her etsy store to buy prints, like these: 





I bought a couple of her prints when I was up at emerald city comic con. I’m IN LOVE with her work!

sogeekchic:

Illustrator Robin Kaplan’s work is adorable, and lucky for fans of anything from steampunk to video games to comics, it’s often incredibly geeky! Above is her “Lady Vader” and you can buy a print, here.

But it doesn’t stop at geeky fashion inspired work, she has pieces for X-men, Batman, Katamari Damacy, Star Wars, Final Fantasy and many more series. Seriously, check out more of her work at her website, or visit her etsy store to buy prints, like these: 

I bought a couple of her prints when I was up at emerald city comic con. I’m IN LOVE with her work!