Yup, nearly STAR WARS DAY (aka my folks silver wedding anniversary!) and for a little celebration I bring you things you can do for free rather than the usual “here’s where you find cool shit you have to pay for” post.
I am a huge fan of Mollie from Wilde Olive and her super cute artwork with faces. She’s also a big Star Wars fan and she’s put together a few SW based projects that you can do at home for free (because she’s amazing like that).
So here are the two currently released – go to her blog for some free stuff to do this year on Star Wars Day.
A few free motifs for your crafting pleasure:
and this AMAZING Wampa with a removable arm!
Aren’t they fantastic! Wishing you all a fantastic STAR WARS DAY, may the 4th be with you 😉
Have to say, the first Cap film did not blow me away. I can’t even remember much of it now that I’m thinking about it BUT with the addition of the Black Widow and the juxtaposition of their views on what the greater good is, The Winter Soldier really looks promising and more to the point interesting to those of us who aren’t all AMERICA! FUCK YEAH!
So on that note I went looking for some non official merch and these are the good things I found.
Vintage Style Captain America Cross Stitch? Yes please! (Uniquelyeunice at Etsy)
Pretty awesome handpainted converse from Rahul Mistry at Etsy
This mini skirt from Sweetcheekstitches at Esty is pretty
Want to add some finishing touches to home made projects with some ribbon? The grosgrain from St Tiger at Etsy would be perfect
My personal favourite this brooch from Visiting Cinderella at Etsy
And just in case you really, really want your cat to have that Steve Rogers touch, then this little collar tab might be for you, from Happy Pet Tag at Etsy
Enjoy the film folks, I’ll be waiting for it’s release on DVD rather than going to the flicks after the disappointment last time round. Let me know what you think!
Robocop (2014) will be upon us tomorrow.
I have to say, I’m not a big fan of the original, I managed to somehow miss out on it – a major film landmark if you were born in the 80s – and I only watched it around seven years ago after my husband saw it as something he needed to put right when he realised what a travesty had occurred in my film watching history.
I watched it and I wasn’t that arsed. I really think if I’d have watched it when I was younger I would have liked it much more but watching it in my late 20s I wasn’t bowled over. As my husband says, there’s no accounting for taste.
I have reasonable hopes for the new one and I wonder if I’m the best person for it from an audience perspective as I don’t have the years of watching it over and over on VHS. I actually can’t remember a lot of it at all.
I think Joel Kinnaman is a fantastic actor and I loved him in the Killing so that’s a good start.
I did go and have a look-see about the net to see what was out there in terms of merch and on that note, if you’re looking for a little Robocoppery of your very own I’ve located some fantastic roboproduce.
First up these awesome heels from Deko Fab
How’s about a miniature arcade game for your desk? This pretty nifty piece is from Arcade Boutique
Omni Consumer Products Mug? Sumotees
This fantastic ED-209 Service and Repair Manual design can be applied to a whole host of goods, thanks to Adho1982 via Redbubble
So there we are: Robocop (2014) is on my Lovefilm list in advance, waiting to be released and will be winging its way to me as soon as it is.
I’d love to hear peoples thoughts on it, so let me know what you think.