The television show Breaking Bad has inspired a lot of neat craft projects – and most of them are pretty funny, to boot. I guess there’s just something endearing about the characters that makes people want to pay tribute them in cake, crochet, paper, embroidery, action figure, and Perler bead form.
I gathered up my favorites to share with you here. From crazy nail art to a reimagined intro to the show done in papercut, if you’re a Breaking Bad fan, you’ll appreciate these creations.
13 awesome Breaking Bad crafts:
Miss Coffee made these adorable plushie Walters: Heisenberg, tightie whities, broken nose.
These amazing and incredibly detailed Walt action figures were made by Trevor Grove.
Houston sports reporter Lance Zierlein dressed his kids up as season 1 Jesse and Walt. Pretty funny.
A "Breaking Bad" uberfan contacted Sarah London asking how to crochet the afghan that sits on Walt and Skyler's couch. Sarah provides instructions on her blog.
KaleighOC pays tribute to Breaking Bad with some craaazy nail art.
Jesse and Walt, in amigurumi form! Complete with Walt's tightie whities and yellow hazmat suits. (By Ravelry user Allison Hoffman)
Felt ornaments, featuring the show's logo, the periodic table squares for bromine and barium. (By Etsy member madebygwen)
Poseable paper Heisenberg, Walter White's drug-world alter ego. Free to download on designer Rob Ives' site.
Magali Etcheverria re-imagined the opening to "Breaking Bad" using papercuts. Beautiful and minimal. Watch the video below!
Magali Etcheverria’s alternate intro to “Breaking Bad,” done in papercut.