adorablespiders:

Peucetia viridans Green lynx spider on egg sac, a variety native to the Congo
image source

Look at the itty bitty one 😍😍😍!!

adorablespiders:

Peucetia viridans Green lynx spider on egg sac, a variety native to the Congo

image source

Look at the itty bitty one 😍😍😍!!

thefrogman:

Jessica Florence [flickr] and Ellen van Deelen [redbubble]

[h/t: catsbeaversandducks]

(via tiny-creatures)

etsyifyourenasty:

The Nightman Cometh
supervelma:

Drake and Sisyphus - The world’s first embroidered Greek mythology/rap mash-up… I mean, I would assume it’s the first. I don’t know… It probably is because there’s no way anyone else finds this stuff half as amusing as I do. #embroidery #art #etsy #drake #sisyphus #greek #mythology #degrassi

supervelma:

Drake and Sisyphus - The world’s first embroidered Greek mythology/rap mash-up… I mean, I would assume it’s the first. I don’t know… It probably is because there’s no way anyone else finds this stuff half as amusing as I do. #embroidery #art #etsy #drake #sisyphus #greek #mythology #degrassi

(via ethansembroidery)

karomel-the-prompt-angel:

Finished it! And he loved it damn near broke my back hugging me!

karomel-the-prompt-angel:

Finished it! And he loved it damn near broke my back hugging me!

the-crazy-geek:

Part 3 - Completed. There’s a little bit of wiring inside done in conductive thread to make the LED work and the button hanging down lights it up.

Total time - 2.5 months.

I’m doing something way simpler next time. This was almost out of my league.

AAHHHH IWANNIT

curlicuecal:

This was my favorite part of the game.  I needed it on my wall.

curlicuecal:

This was my favorite part of the game. I needed it on my wall.

(Source: alrights, via fyeahcutebugs)

miokuchiki:

Okay so for people who cross stitch i have a question. I am working on a little bit bigger than i am used to project. It’s the nights watch oath from game of thrones. Right now I have it in a big hoop, i didn’t know if it would hurt to put it in a smaller hoop to make it easier to work on. Any suggestions?

If you’re terribly worried, take it off the hoop whenever you’re not stitching. It won’t hurt the stitches if you don’t, but it will probably make it harder to iron out the creases in the fabric.