This hand sculpted door knob looks just like the one from Alice In Wonderland, and you won’t have to drink any potions to use it. Etsy shop Pop Sculptor custom sculpts, hand molds, and paints this limited edition Disney-themed decor. The sculpt comes in two pieces, plus the doorknob and hardware.

With such expression, this one of a kind decorative door knob would be perfect for a kids room or movie room.

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For a mere $375 you can enhance your living room decor with a massive LEGO inspired coffee table from Etsy seller Branching Outward. Each 48-pound wooden brick is made to order and can be finished in a variety of colors. The advertised size of 28.5″x16″x15″ can also be adjusted upon request. However, the piece appears to serve as a table only – so if you were hoping to use these things to add on to your house or store your brick collection, you’re out of luck.

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I try not to be a pack rat, but sometimes I just need more space to hold all my stuff. Thankfully, Etsy shop owner birdsmouth heard my cries across the galaxy and made this awesome TARDIS cabinet. Standing 4.5′ tall and 2′ wide, it can hold a tun of stuff without being overbearingly big.

That’s not even the best part. Utilizing every square inch, this box really is bigger on the inside with shelving on the TARDIS doors as well. The wood box is hand painted, glazed and finished with an oil varnish for an authentic, weathered look of the 10th Doctor’s police box.

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Guys! These may be the softest, most cuddly Pikachu ever, and they need a good home. Etsy shop xxNostalgic sculpts each needled felted Pokemon by hand and then affixes little glass eyes to basically melt your heart. The figures stand at 2.25 inches tall which is just big enough for a handful of a hug.

But Pikachu isn’t the only petite figure ready for adoption. Check out more of the sweetest Pokemon mini friends after the break.

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This Bookmark Is Wicked

witch bookmark

Y’know why I love crafty types? Because they think of things like this. I mean, I didn’t know I needed a wicked witch bookmark complete with stripey leggings and ruby slippers, but then I saw these and I can’t imagine living another day without them.

See Also: More clever bookmark ideas

These adorable bookmarks are made by Kira Nichols and she has a variety of witches to choose from. If you buy one, I really hope I’m not the only one who will sing “Ding dong, the witch is dead” whenever I close the book.

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multi pass

If there’s one thing everyone remembers from The Fifth Element, it’s the MultiPass. Milla Jovavich holds up her MultiPass and offers it to the ticket agent and says “MultiPass” over and over, searing it into your memory.

Now, thanks to 3D printing and the dedication of a fan by the name of Tim Nelson at Reaction Designs, you can flash your own MultiPass. If every Leeloo cosplayer on the planet doesn’t get in on this, I’ll be amazed.

See Also: This is probably the best Leeloo cosplay ever.

They are available in regular and Ruby Rhod styles. Ruby’s is totally green! Super green! (but not really green).

As a quick FYI – Nelson says he’s a bit behind due to demand, but you craft types can also pick up his MultiPass kit if you don’t mind doing some of the work yourself.

Product Pages: MultiPass $60 / MultiPass Build Kit #40

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Supernatural ornament lost my shoe

The Winchester Brothers don’t have the best track record when it comes to Christmas, which may be why I love the idea of these Supernatural ornaments so much. They’re made by an artsy gal named Denise and she sells them in her Etsy shop.

She also showed me some very cool upcoming designs for next year, including an idea for a painted wine glass, so I’d say it’s a good idea to check back on her stuff from time to time.

I know it’s probably too late to get these Supernatural ornaments for this year’s decorating, but there’s no reason you can’t get yourself something for next year, right?

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menorahsaurus rex

For many people, the Menorah they use during Hanukkah is as much a part of their celebration as the candles that Menorah holds. Whether it’s a Menorah that’s been passed down from generation to generation, or one that has a certain…uniqueness, there are a variety to choose from.

This MenorasaurusRex by The Vanilla Studio definitely falls into the unique category. It’s hand-made to order and made from repurposed plastic toys and metal candle cups.

I’m seriously considering getting one so I have it set for next year. I think it would look great on my mantlepiece.

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wow treasure chest

Let’s face it. One of the best parts of WoW is the loot. Not just the loot off mobs, but the fun stuff you find laying around when you’re exploring. Treasure chests have always been a personal favorite and maybe that’s why I think these World of Warcraft Treasure Chests are so cool. There are three different versions to choose from:

Alliance – Golden brown with light grey trim, blue crushed panne velvet lining, & the Alliance symbol on both sides of the lid.

Azeroth – Neutral Brown with dark grey trim & black crushed panne velvet lining.

Horde – Reddish brown with black trim, dark red crushed panne velvet lining, & the Horde symbol on both sides of the lid.

Each chest is handmade, engraved and stained to order, which means no two are exactly the same. That should appeal to the collector types among us.

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guardians poster

WARNING: If you haven’t seen Guardians Of The Galaxy, turn back now or be spoiled.

If you have seen it, then you have Etsy seller Masenko Props to thank for creating a high quality cast Polyurethane replica of you know who.

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