Holy bejeebus. I mean, wow. Just wow. Su Ami is a crafter from Vietman who crochets adorable teeny tiny “micro” animals for use in dollhouses or just for admiring. You can buy her work on Etsy and see more of her work on her blog.
Good news: If you have fond memories of the Fisher Price record player you played with as a kid, they’ve re-issued it!
Slightly-less-good news: While it’s still super cute, instead of of it being an “actual” record player that plays special plastic records, it has an electronic music box inside. Boo.
But have no fear, if you all of a sudden want to get your hands on the real deal, good ‘ol eBay to the rescue. Try this search link for vintage fisher price record player.
Make way for all 2″ of fuzzy eight-legged octopus karate fury. (Umm, err, six-legged actually but who’s counting.) Made by DeviantArt member Mimi-Mushroom.
I can’t wait to buy this adorable japanese-kawaii-style virtual tea party iPad app! For my niece! Yeah… that’s right. For my niece! Oh the sacrifices you make as the Auntie.
This Etsy shop was a reader submission and let me just say… DARN! It was hard to choose which of the many awesome little creatures to feature here!
Etsy seller MillieFern makes super sweet crocheted critters. And according to her shop description she loves custom orders. So, if you have a friend with a unique animal obsession, you now know where to go to get a custom gift made!
P.S. The tooth has a little pocket in the back so it is Officially Tooth Fairy Compliant!
(Thanks kaybi03 for this submission!)
I’m simultaneously delighted and frightened that if I wanted to, I could buy 100 polyclay croissants that are smaller than the tip of my finger. For a mere $18.00 at that. Mostly I’m delighted. Find these at the Lovely-Tiny shop on eBay.
Can you believe you can go from this:
To whoever made these, I bow to your spacial coordination! Check out more step by step pictures at whatthecool.com.