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Do you love video games, comic books, cult classic TV shows, or anything and everything geeky? Have you spent hours browsing handmade pop culture pieces on Etsy? Then it”s time to take matters into your own hands and start on a few of these nerdy DIY projects. Grab your glue, read these tutorials and get ready to let your geek flag fly.

1. Make a Dr. Who tardis chalkboard for notes and forget-me-nots.

Make a <i>Dr. Who</i> tardis chalkboard for notes and forget-me-nots.

Courtney and Cory from When Geeks Wed used their chalkboard in a gorgeous Dr. Who themed wedding.

2. This Tetris tote bag is practical and adorable.

This <i>Tetris</i> tote bag is practical and adorable.

Don”t let the sewing scare you. Fabric glue can be used for this project instead of a needle and thread.

3. Show your loved ones you care by giving them a homemade half-heart, Legend of Zelda 8-bit necklace. Keep the other awesome half for yourself.

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These are way cooler than those BFF necklaces you got from the mall in 7th grade.

4. Love board games? Make some tasty chocolate gaming dice.

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You may want to make two batches…one for eating and one for display.

5. Strut your stuff in these sleek superhero high heels.

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Because geeky girls need great shoes, too.

6. Turn your LEGO mini-figures into an elegant display.

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7. Who says grown-ups can”t play with LEGOs?

8. Know how to sew? Make this detailed Game of Thrones bean bag chair.

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It looks a lot more comfortable than the real thing.

9. This calculator button bracelet can be made quickly with supplies you already have around the house.

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This is a great gift idea for your mathematically talented friends.

10. This caffeine molecule coffee coozy gives you the scientific low-down on what fuels your morning.

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I suddenly have a deep appreciation for chemistry.

The popularity of TV shows like Dr. Who, movies like The LEGO Movie and the recent flood of superhero movies, prove it”s cool to be a nerd. Plus, there”s no better feeling than making a one-of-a-kind craft that represents who you are and what you love. Long live the geeks!

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