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Congratulations! Your toddler has achieved the rank of Captain—the youngest in Starfleet history. Sure, other candidates could read and were potty trained, but your kid has charisma.

This amazing Star Trek-inspired Enterprise rocker from GandGRockers will be his/her first command. You must be very proud. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

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Not since the Crystal Poke Ball phenomenon have we been more delighted by a Pokemon-inspired product on Etsy. AVioletAccord makes these dioramas in several styles that would undoubtedly look awesome on your desk. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]

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We thought that this phone-charging Pokédex Case was the ultimate Pokémon Go accessory, but this Poké Ball Charger makes a good case for itself. It’s 5300mAh, which isn’t horrible and it can be had for $40 on Etsy.

That is, until Nintendo shuts it down and wisely decides to make an official version.

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No matter how advanced technology gets, there’s something special about reading a book the old fashioned way. As the name implies, these laser cut metal bookmarks from CoolBookmarks are, well…cool.

They have bookmarks for everyone from geeks to pet-lovers, so I have a feeling you’ll spot one you like.

Check out more examples below.

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Let me introduce you to the awesomeness that is Hero Lights.

Each Hero Light is made to order with laser cut and engraved acrylic, RGB LEDs, and a hand-cut pine base. The LEDs give you the option to not only vary your color combinations, but control flashing, strobe, and dimming or fading.

In other words, you could get a few and have one heck of a nerd party.

Check out more examples below.

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Artist Jenny Dolfen specializes in creating unique fantasy and sci-fi-themed art. She sells prints in her Etsy shop, and one of my favorites has to be the one pictured above titled “Ben and Little Rey”. However, there are several Star Wars pieces available—you can check them out below.

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Check out these gorgeous custom hardback Harry Potter covers by Meg Krampf, owner of PeskyCat Papercraft.

Krampf purchased the book series from Amazon and then asked her local print shop to remove the bindings. She then went about creating her own leather bindings and included magnetic Horcrux bookmarks which snap into the front cover when they’re not keeping your place. Each book is further distinguished by quotes on the inner pages, stamped copper plates and metal wands on the spines.

After the set was created, Krampf put it up on eBay where it sold for $5,100. The proceeds will go to the charity of the bidder’s choosing.

She’s also done custom bindings for both The Hunger Games and Divergent series. After this set, I’m guessing she’s going to be pretty busy with new orders.

Take a closer look at her work in the galleries below.

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Artist Kyle Hagey has envisioned what Star Wars characters are like on vacation—and it’s not what you would expect.

Whether it’s Boba Fett knitting in a meadow or Yoda not having to be so “calm” all the time, these portraits are a look at what their lives are like when they can relax and be who they really are.

You can also purchase one of these prints if you so desire.

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This is a Feline Dragon by Etsy seller Oonacat. The Feline Dragon, or Felis Loricatus, is described as “fiercely defending, possessive, highly intelligent, and enjoys causing mischief”.

I need one in my life.

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Not to get all girly-squee on you, but these monsters by Etsy shop Little Lazies may be my new favorite thing ever. Hand-made using polymer clay, these one-of-a-kind monsters come in different styles from Steampunk to Pirate, but every one is made to order and comes with an adoption kit.

The quality of the sculptures is astounding, but these would make a killing as vinyl toys.

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