How to: make steampunk goggles
I don't know about you but I'm always under the impression, living in London with its underground unknown miles, that eventually a time-machine with a giant drill on the end will burst through the paving stones outside St Paul's, inflate into a dirigible and whisk me away to steampunk heaven. A place where everything is covered in cogs and pipes and smells like engine oil and incense.
The goggles cost their creator less than $30 to make. Sourcing the bits sounds like a challenge too as you'll go from seeking charity shop leather shoes to plumbing couplers. All a bit steampunk before you even start crafting.
Watch out for those sneaky flying Glass Pirates though. They'll have them off your head if you don't keep them strapped tight during a sky battle.