(Technically you can click "posts to page" in the sidebar, but who's got time for that? "AIN'T NOBODY," that's who.)
So in the face of this grievous injustice, I'm just gonna share a few of my favorites here. Behold your fellow readers' brilliance, my friends. BEHOLD IT. ("Gently!")
First, Keren made - get this - a Claptrap backpack! I love saying that. (Srsy, try it. "Claptrap backpack. Claptrap backpack." SO FUN.) Keren designed it, and her mom did all the sewing wizardry:
I just wanna hug him!
Here's Keren at EGX, where she got to play the new Borderlands prequel! LUCKY.
Next, Danny made his own sliding barn door using John's & my tutorial, and WOWIE. His version is super-sized!
Aw, shucks. And now I want my own sliding barn wall.
Rixie turned a simple box into an awesome Minecraft pumpkin:
Best part? You can fold it flat for storage!
Check out the tutorial on her blog - where she also made a cool Creeper version!
Next, Jennifer turned me on to Rejected Princesses:
In a similar vein, if you're not following A Mighty Girl already, GO. Follow. Enjoy. They do every day what I attempt to do in my sporadic Epbot Exemplars posts, and this month they're featuring lots of girl-empowering Halloween costumes, too. Love them.
And speaking of costumes... does this look familiar?
WOOT WOOT! She definitely wore it better.
Carrie's post made me want to stand up and cheer:
I get e-mails almost every week from fellow anxiety sufferers, and the amount of them going to conventions and cosplaying for the first time is so, so inspiring. Makes my heart extra-sprinkles happy.
Melody & Robert "threw together" some stellar Steampunk duds for the weekend, and it's not even fair how fabulous they look:
Love that skirt! And the clock-hand hair pin.
And finally, Gail's baby Dobby is just what my morning needed:
The sock! The SPEW badge! THE EARS.
And here's the whole family together:
I really love seeing all your creations, guys, so please keep sharing over on the Epbot Facebook page! And since I avoid my inbox like the plague these days, that and Twitter are really the best/only ways to ask or show me something, anyway.
(In fact, though it's probably not the most responsible thing to do, I HIGHLY recommend giving up e-mail entirely. It's just a time-sucking black hole of stress. Unlike, say, Twitter, which is a time-sucking black hole of GLITTERFUNTIMES. :D)