More Marvelous Merchants at GeekGirlCon 2015

Conventions are one of the best ways to discover independent and creative small businesses sharing their love of all things geeky. Last year I brought you my choices for just some of the amazing booths featured at GeekGirlCon.

This year, I picked five more with online storefronts so that you too can pick up some of their amazing and unique creations.

LittleCLUUs

Photo: Kelly Knox
Photo: Kelly Knox

These adorable tiny dragons immediately caught my eye on the show floor. The colorful, handmade dragons will look right at home on your desk or bookshelf. LittleCLUUs also offers a large variety of dice and jewelry.

Seams Geeky

Photo: Kelly Knox
Photo: Kelly Knox

No room in your house is safe from being geekified—not even the bathroom, thanks to these amazing hand towels from Seams Geeky. With designs inspired by Sailor Moon, Nintendo, Doctor Who, Tron, and more, you’re certain to find just the right towel. Seams Geeky also offers hats and patches to show off when you’re outside the house.

Nom*ables

Photo: Kelly Knox
Photo: Kelly Knox

Any food inspired by geeky passions immediately has my interest. Nom*ables is a pastry vendor from Portland that made a stop by GeekGirlCon this year. Offering Veronica S’Mars, Furiosa Fudge, and a Buffy-inspired pastry called Mr. Pointy, everything on their table looked delicious. You can order your own goodies through their online store.

NancyM4

Photo: Kelly Knox
Photo: Kelly Knox

It’s so FLUFFY! Everything in NancyM4’s booth just begged to be snuggled. Plushes and pillows inspired by Studio Ghibli and Nintendo, badge reels, wallets, and more are available for anyone looking to add some cuteness to their life.

Sock Dreams

Photo: Kelly Knox
Photo: Kelly Knox

Sock Dreams offers an incredible variety of socks with sweet or snarky designs that any geek girl would love. Whether you’re on the lookout for knee highs or tights, leg warmers, or even toe socks, Sock Dreams has just the thing you need to keep those feet warm on cool autumn days.

Top image: Photo by Kelly Knox, Nancy4M’s booth at GeekGirlCon 2015.

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Kelly Knox is a freelance writer in Seattle, WA, where she contributes to local parenting magazines. She also writes for StarWars.com, Geek & Sundry, Forever Young Adult, and more. You can find crafts and art projects for geeky families at her blog The St{art} Button.