January 22, 2010
Only 11 days until the season premiere of Lost! Season 6 is finally within reach and I am so excited I can hardly contain myself!
I’m assuming there are a lot of people out there, like me, that would kill for a way to fast-forward the next 11 days. After reading A Brief History of Time, I am still no closer to understanding how to manipulate time. If only we knew the secret to Lost and its time travel!
Since we are unable to dislodge our selves in time, I have found a lot of Lost craft ideas that should be able to keep you busy for the next 11 days!
Print out these Dharma food labels and transform your kitchen into a Dharma Station.
Charlie's "Fate" knuckle cuffs (knitted).
Make a Lost themed cake and invite your friends over for a Lost marathon!
Make an Oceanic Airlines luggage tags for our next journey.
Make some "numbers" inspired jewelry like this necklace by silverbugsjewelry on Etsy
Not feeling too crafty? Here are some cool things you can purchase through Etsy…
wall clock for sale by finalscore
vinyl Dharma logo for MacBooks by lildecalshoppe
Lost charm bracelet by atlantis804
There are also some really funny and creative Lost products for sale on Zazzle
. Here are a few of my favorites but to check out the rest click here
I hoped this post gave you some ideas and will help you keep your sanity for the next 11 days!
June 9, 2009
This past winter, my friend Whitney and I lured the rest of our friends into becoming Lost fanatics. During one long weekend in which we were snowed-in at one of our cottages, we watched seasons one through three–one episode after another. I loved be able to watch the reactions of these “Lost Virgins”. It was a really intense Lost experience. After that weekend, they were hooked, to say the least.
We decided to all get together and watch the season five finale for old times sake.
And somehow we ended up making a cake to celebrate the event.
our Lost island cake
It was thrown together pretty hastily during the 1-hour recap before the season finale but it was still delicious. It was a vanilla cake (yellow cake, whatever) in a dome shape with vanilla icing, gram cracker crumbs as sand, and blue sprinkles as water. We also added a palm tree and airplane crashing for a better effect. The backside of the cake even included the waterfall and little lagoon that is often shown in the show.
After the finale, we were left frustrated and confused… but at least we had a delicious cake to ease the pain.