1. Triforce (and Comic Book) Candles wordpress.com / Via settostunning.com They're so decorative that your mom probably won't even notice how awesome they are. You also get a Triforce stamp out of it, so you can Triforce all of the things. Directions here. 2. Painted TARDIS Keds i8.photobucket.com / Via brytning.livejournal.com Now you can own your very own TARDIS...shoes. Directions here. 3. 8-Bit Mario Granny Square Blanket instructables.com / Via instructables.com Granny squares take only a few minutes to make, then you sew them all together. As long as you have an 8-bit pattern, you can adapt this technique to almost any pixel-ly illustration. Directions here. 4. Killer Comic Book Heels tumblr.com / Via ironspy.tumblr.com The red tights and patent-blue-base shoes make these better than your average decoupage. Directions (in a tiny font) here. 5. Floppy Disk Planters static.brit.co.s3.amazonaws.com / Via brit.co Sure, they're not associated with a show, but what geek doesn't have some old floppys lying around? Directions here. 6. Giant Atari Joystick Lamp i-cdn.apartmenttherapy.com / Via apartmenttherapy.com More complicated than your average crafting project, but proportionally cooler. Directions here. 7. Comic Book Coasters modpodgerocksblog.com / Via modpodgerocksblog.com Just make sure you buy two copies of each comic book, so you have one to read and one for your martini. Directions here. 8. IRL Minecraft Iron Sword and Pickaxe View this video on YouTube Via youtube.com You can hang them above your fireplace, like a family heirloom. Directions in the video above, originally here. 9. Starfleet Insignia Crochet blogger.com / Via birdsofafeathergirls.blogspot.com To attach to your crochet koozie, tea cozy, iPhone case, or blanket. Directions here. 10. Nebula Pillow whimseybox.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com / Via blog.whimseybox.com Make it for your favorite astrophysicist. Directions here. 11. Mini Ewok Softie flickr.com / Via wildolive.blogspot.com SQUEE. Directions here. 12. Spiderman Cross Stitch blogger.com / Via snipsansnails.blogspot.com You can put it on a pillow, frame it and put it on your wall, turn it into a placemat or table runner, or sew it onto the front of a bag. Find the pattern here. 13. Lego USB cdn.instructables.com / Via instructables.com Unfortunately, because of the way these are made, you can't stack them on top of each other. You also won't want to step on it by accident. Directions here. 14. Stuffed Creeper Doll instructables.com / Via instructables.com Because you definitely want to cuddle with it before it blows up your home. Directions here. 15. Jayne's Hat Knitting Pattern redshirtknitting.com / Via redshirtknitting.com Admit it: It's your favorite costume piece from the show. And you've always wanted to have one of your own. Pattern here. 16. Pac-Man Corkboard instructables.com / Via instructables.com It's just what you need to dress up your desk. Make a red bow and tack it to the top of Pac-Man to create a Ms. Pac-Man. Directions here. 17. One-Ring Scarf images4-b.ravelrycache.com / Via ravelry.com By far the most astounding geeky knitting pattern, available here. 18. Star Wars Snowflakes anthonyherreradesigns.com / Via anthonyherreradesigns.com Maybe you've seen them before, but they still deserve a mention. Patterns available here. 19. Mandala Hat flickr.com / Via quirkyknitgirl.wordpress.com Now you can wear Starbuck's great mystery on your head, and only fellow fans will know why it's more than a fantastic hat. Pattern here. 20. N7 Hoodie tumblr.com / Via hauntedbakery.tumblr.com Get ready for ME4 with this N7 hoodie using an N7 patch and red and white ribbon. Directions here. 21. Golden Snitch Ornament flickr.com / Via tinyapartmentcrafts.blogspot.com Don't wait until Christmas — make a snitch and find a place to hang it NOW. Directions here. 22. Zelda Heart Card instructables.com / Via instructables.com To give your loved ones who would actually know what you're talking about. Directions here. 23. TARDIS Socks fashionablygeek.com / Via fashionablygeek.com Those Whovians really have the DIY thing down. Pattern here. 24. A.S.H.P.D. (Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device) — or, the Portal Gun View this video on YouTube Via youtube.com This one's complicated, and you'll have to have some skill with a Dremel to make it happen. If you do, though... So. Worth. It. Directions in the video above, originally here.