Live long and be crafty: Star Trek Crafts

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Spock Apron I have to fess up. I’ve never really been well versed in the Star Trek world. If I try to wax poetic about Star Trek, I will fail. Miserably. But what I can do is talk about how awesome all the Star Trek related crafts are, and let me tell you, they are awesome. There’s something about this bastion of sci-fi that just makes people boldly craft what no one’s crafted before!

The first thing that may come to your mind when you think of Star Trek crafts could be the costumes. For Halloween, weddings, or just hanging around the house, everyone loves a good Star Trek costume!

Captain Kirk Costume Spock Costume Star Trek Costume

Costumes are not the only things ambitious Trekkies are creating. They’re incorporating Star Trek into their every day lives. Some in subtle ways, like the punny “Bake It So” oven mitt or the Enterprise control panel tin. Some like to be just slightly more up front about their Trekkiness, putting the Star Trek insignia on everything from clothing to cards.

Bake It So Oven Mitt Enterprise Embroidery Enterprise Control Panel Tin
Trekkie Dress Trekkie Necklaces Insignia Cards

Craftsters also seem to have a thing for Mr. Spock. Maybe it’s the fact that a logical brain complements a crafty brain, maybe it’s just those ears… No matter what, the Spock crafts are, logically, fabulous.

Spock Screenprint Vulcan Mitten Spock Sackboy

Don’t forget to check out the Star Trek tag for more great projects!

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  1. Anonymous says:

    The apron picture links to a Coraline Necklace.

  2. Eliea says:

    it’s totally the ears. *nods*

  3. Kathryn says:

    Cool stuff! I have just posted my creation of an old floppy disc turned into the Starship Enterprise here on Craftser. It was fun and easy to make as I had all of the materials on hand, did not cost me anything; most people have an unusable 3 1/2 disc floppy lying around and if you don’t have silver paint, you can pick it up at a craft store or even Walmart usually for under $1 and have a lot of paint to use on other projects.

  4. jungrrl says:

    Whoops! I fixed the first link. Sorry about that.

  5. Christine says:

    I laughed out loud at “BAKE IT SO.”

    And I love the yellow trekky dress. Too cool. I may even have to make one for Halloween – and while I’ve watched the show, have never been a devotee.