Some of my favorites from around the interwebz this week:
Over on Bored Panda, these pics of a Dad taking pics with his baby daughter are the funniest/cutest things ever:
Her face! Hee! I also love the garden gnome one. Go see the rest here.
This will probably only interest fellow cosplayers and/or extreme Labyrinth geeks, but Sarah's original, screen-used ball gown has resurfaced at the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle, and for those of us who can't get there in person, Aria Couture just posted ALL the photos:
Reference shots for this dress have been surprisingly hard to come by before now, so Aria's write-up is a goldmine of close-ups and detailed breakdowns of every stitch and seam. (The skirt alone is 6 separate layers of various fabrics. WOW.) There's even video! Go bookmark the page if you ever plan to make this dress - or just go to drool, like me. :)
Remember how I said I watch crafty Youtube videos to help me fall asleep each night? Well this week I discovered the Japanese equivalent of How It's Made, and this episode on "Hina Dolls" is so fascinating it actually kept me awake:
You can turn the sound off; it's just music.
Anyone else go wide-eyed over the chalk-mixed-with-gelatin? (Say WHA?) And the way they make the hands is so. cool.
Recycl EARS - who I featured here ages ago - has a new Star Wars design I'm crushing on for obvious reasons:
HOW AMAZING IS THIS??
The eyes even light up!
Hit that link up there to follow her on Facebook, she has so many goodies.
Just sit on the offending party.
"Help! Help! I'm being repressed!"
Happy Sunday! Hope you guys are having a great weekend!