The blogger behind Ideas from Everywhere truly lives up to the name of his blog. He wanted to do something special for his 5-year old daughter on her birthday. Something crazy. Mission accomplished.
He says to “Stop buying your kids crap toys.
Fallout fans are a special breed. We really really love everything about these post apocalyptic games. And there is so much to love. Pipboys, Nuka-Cola, wandering the wasteland endlessly and killing stuff… All we really want is more of the game.
One-year-olds don’t generally have epic birthday parties, but when they do it is because the parents are awesome. These parents are the best. Eric and Lisa Cheung threw a Game Of Thrones themed birthday party for their daughter Emma.
Brands, brands everywhere! If you’re tired of seeing brands and logos plastered on everything these days, then why not go generic? Chris did and he did it in the most unusual way possible when he threw a generic birthday party for his wife.
I’m huge fan of Superman. I grew up watching Superman cartoons Saturday mornings with my brother – and as a child of the 80s, I love all of the Superman movies from that period. For me, Christopher Reeve will always be Superman to me.
Happy extermination day to you. Happy extermination day to you. I love a good Dalek cake and this cake was made by Mike’s Amazing Cakes for Irene’s 16th birthday. Hopefully that wasn’t her last, because you know how Dalek cakes can be.
If you happen to have a birthday to remember during the month of December, Android has done you a favor and deleted the month for you. Apparently, there is a bug in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean that affects the People app preventing you from selecting the month of December.
Cake artist Claudia of Cakerific freely admits that she’s come a long way since her first Optimus Prime cake, and I have to agree. It’s amazing what a couple of years of regular baking practice will do for you.
The Walking Dead is both one of my favorite graphic novels as well as television series. Sure, the TV series veers off course from the comics from time-to-time, but that’s to be expected. It’s still a pretty awesome show in my opinion.
It turns out that our little Super Mario is celebrating his 25th birthday this week. How cool is that? Do you remember the first time you played a Mario game? My first time was with the original Super Mario Bros.
Can you believe that it’s been 15 years since the original Sony PlayStation came out?
In celebration of the dawning of the modern console era (ok, the Dreamcast was really the better console, IMHO), Sony has released this short film documenting the brief history of the PlayStation line…
Remember the old clamshell Apple iBook laptop? Well even if you don’t I still think these iBook greeting cards are cool.
Handmade by Etsy paper artist Cadiz Cards, the iCard comes in sets of three, including classic blueberry, indigo and key lime iBooks, each one with a tiny screen that comes blank for you to fill in your own greeting, and a miniature keyboard that is way too small for my fat fingers.
Listen up, gaming cakes, you’re gonna have to be careful–there’s a new contender in town: the twake. That’s Twitter cake if you’re not trying to save on characters, and it’s the new birthday sensation. See? Twitter really is taking over the world.
This fabulously rendered Guitar Hero cake is sure to rock out any birthday event.
There is a detailed and often hilarious tutorial on I’m Not Charming that tells you exactly how to make it, with pictures of each step of the process.
Oh to be 5 years old and have your aunt make you a Transformers birthday cake! And an awesomely rendered one at that!
This is coming to you from the same lovely lass who takes time out to knit Transformers-themed washcloths for her children.