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Cubeecraft of Tenzin from Avatar Legend of Korra

Wow, I had a rush of requests for Tenzin as a cubeecraft. He is one popular guy. This cubeecraft has facial hair which requires it to be cut along the while lines so that it will stick out as seen in the picture. It makes it a little more difficult, but you can’t have Tenzin …

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Star Trek Celebrates 46 Years with the help of Google

On September 8, 1966, Science Fiction took the next big step with the debut of Star Trek. In honor of Star Trek’s 46 year anniversary, Google’s home page is displaying an interactive doodle which features several images that allude to specific characters in the TV series. Can you name all the characters displayed? This will …

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Cubeecraft of Prince Zuko from Avatar The Last Airbender

A banished prince stuck in a teenage body gives you a very grumpy and determined character to get his honor back and reclaim his place as the next Fire Lord. Although to accomplish these tasks Zuko must first capture the avatar. For much of the series, his whole goal in life is just that.Throughout his …

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Cubeecraft of Toph from Avatar The Last Airbender

“The Blind Bandit” is the biggest, strongest Earth bender of all time. Actually she is a little girl who is blind. She can see everything around her with her earth bending, better than those who see with their eyes. The show often gives the viewer a scene depicting what Toph sees. Her Earth bending is …

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The Star Wars Cookbook Deluxe Set with Cookie Cutters Review

Have you cooked from “The Star Wars Cookbook: Wookiee Cookies and other Galactic Recipes”? Or have you cooked from “The Star Wars Cookbook II: Darth Malt and more Galactic Recipes”? These books have several fantastic recipes that are Star Wars related with creative names. Such as: Skywalker Smoothies, Greedo’s Burritos, Darth Maul Dip, or Pit …

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Cubeecraft of Sokka from Avatar the Last Airbender

The plucky comic relief is now a cubeecraft. Sokka may not be a bender but he does turn out to be a wonderful warrior. He becomes skilled in the art of the sword and is very skilled with the boomerang. His constant hunger and weird quotes make him the funny character in Team Avatar. Being …

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Aang from Avatar The Last Airbender as a Cubeecraft

The series of Avatar the Last Airbender cubeecrafts introduces Avatar Aang the main member of the “BoomerAang Gang”, or better known as “Team Avatar”. A very spunky kid who enjoy laughing and messing around. He does grow and evolve as the story continues, but I am sure at the end of the three book series …

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Cubeecraft of Katara from Avatar The Last Airbender

Before the Legend of Korra there was Avatar The Last Airbender, the beginning of the epic cartoon series. It is by far one of my favorite cartoon series out there. I like it because of the wonderful character development, art and story lines. They all have back stories that help you really feel for the …

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Cubeecraft of an AT-AT Driver from the movie Star Wars Empire Strikes Back

It would not be me to skip making a cubeecraft from one of my favorite movies of all time. To skip Star Wars would be cruel to my love. Not only did I need a Star Wars cubee, but it had to be one of my favorite troopers. While there are many choices through the …

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A Cubeecraft of Jeff Dunham’s Famous Purple Puppet Named Peanut

“Je fa fa Dun Ham dot Com” I bet you read that in the voice of Peanut. And who wouldn’t? This purple lovable character is the one I look forward to most and is usually brought out last (along with jalapeno on a stick). The voice of Peanut is very skillfully done by Jeff Dunham …

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