Arts and crafts suck for the most part, unless of course you can do the double cobra lanyard stitch, and everyone wants to trade you for Warheads. Peddling the second-coolest arts and crafts wares ever: Defiant Damsel
DD's a collection of movie- and pop culture-inspired cross stitch artwork ready to hang next to all the other cross stitch artwork on your wall, sewn by a Jersey girl who learned the craft from her mom and now spends "every non-working hour with a needle in her hand", also a lifestyle Bubbs returns to once the Whitey Sale's over. Block-quoted works include the Hedberg nod/lime-including "Saved by the buoyancy of citrus", Run-DMC's "Me and my Adidas do the illest things" (stitched in red and bordered by three black stripes), and Anthrax's "I'm so bad I should be in detention" above three hands throwing horns, also the original name of the album by Live, before they realized people were way more into conductive ductile metals. Movie-centric stitches are highlighted by a black and gray Donnie Darko portrait, a full-color
Robert Smith Edward Scissorhands scene, and a sewn-up rendition of Blade stuck to a refrigerator magnet -- appropriate, given Snipes's upcoming trip to the cooler
There're also some not-easily-categorized bits like a red/black piece titled "Ninja Please" and a stencil of a dude with a spiked mohawk, and if there's something you'd like to see, she "loves custom orders", although those'll probably run you some full-size Laffy Taffys and maybe even a bag of Swedish Fish.