The purchase that inspired today’s Etsy Tuesday isn’t from Etsy, but the website certainly has a lot of amazing Legend of Zelda-inspired pieces. Earlier today (after my paycheck was direct-deposited), I bought a Small Key necklace from Fangamer. Here’s a picture. They also have a Boss Key necklace, which I also wanted, but I wanted the antique finish and they were out of stock. Here’s a picture of what I purchased:
I was introduced to Fangamer by Kaitlin Stewart, who runs the PwnLove instagram account. She’s on a quest to wear a geek-inspired outfit every day for a year, ad has already made it this far! As well as showing her outfits for the day, Kaitlin also shows a lot of cool geek-clothing and accessories that you can buy! (So do it, like I did).
Anyway, on to Etsy!
The first piece isn’t available right now, but you can pre-order it for May. I actually had a difficult time choosing which of the magical arrows I should feature–the site has all three available in necklace form, and a variety as earrings. I went with the light arrows, though. They’re the ones you can’t save Hyrule without, after all. They look exactly like they do in the game, which makes my little geek heart squeal with glee. The shop, MachtaNest, also has a cure Heart Piece necklace. From what I can tell, most of the pieces are constructed with polymer clay, which allows them to sustain the look of the game.
The next piece is a necklace that features all three spiritual stones from Ocarina of Time, as well as the Triforce. I like the construction of the necklace, as well as the theme. TheUniqueVTBoutique sells mostly Zelda-themed jewelry, all of which are really cool. They also have a set of spiritual stone earrings, which I also JUST. LOVE.
I think that these Rupee Pouches are just extremely adorable. Personally, I think they would be excellent for keeping polyhedral dice in, and also excellent at making all your gamer buddies jealous. They’re sold by the shop RedDragonPropDesign, which focuses on cosplay props (so, really cool).
I also just bought this The Legend of Zelda bumper sticker, to put on the side of my new desktop. I’m really excited, mostly because I didn’t like the case, with its touch of orange (I bought the gaming computer off of someone else, so it wasn’t 100% what I wanted, but it was probably a quarter of what I would have cost me to construct it myself). (And, by construct it myself, I unabashedly mean make my boyfriend build it for me). But this complements the orange, while making it something I enjoy! So, yay!
After clicking around the DecalNinja shop, I also bought this to go with it.
I will have the coolest desktop tower in the land.