What’s Valentine’s Day without a little bling? Or, at least, something…shiny? As pinned by Kelsey Bennett, the TenthCrewMember over at FireflyFans posted some very shiny printable Firefly Valentines, so you can show some love to your favorite Browncoat.
But wait! There’s more! As in two more versions! I think the one from Jayne, thinking of his Valentine in his bunk, is my favorite.
Surely giving one of these Valentines will keep you from going to the Special Hell, right?
Or perhaps for those hard tor each places, these miniature sonic screwdrivers are perfect. They’re easy to keep track of as you can wear them as earrings, charms on a necklace or bracelet, or even make a few to use as stitch markers. Julie, known as oboe_wan on LiveJournal, has made the Ninth and Tenth Doctors but does suggest that the Eleventh’s can be made using a bead with the appearance of a claw for the end. She has kindly provided a tutorial for those interested in making a few of their own.
OMG! Look what I found this week! This brilliant Spock potholder was made by kailand. Perhaps the greatest part of it is the caption “Because I could.” What better reason for this geekery?
Wanna make your bed bigger on the inside?
Then why not try this crazy cool TARDIS quilt tutorial from Instructables member tmounteer.
Forever ago, I ran across a picture of a Tardis Purse. I kind of fell in love with it, but couldn’t find a place that sold them.
A few weeks after finding the purse, I figured it couldn’t be THAT hard to make so I decided to make it myself. Of course I underestimated the difficulty, but it turned out fairly well, I had missed a couple of things that I really wanted to incorporate in it.
On New Year’s Weekend, I tried again. This time I tried a few different things, including a new pattern (that I had to alter so that it was a bit smaller than the original). When I came across a black cotton fabric with swirls, I knew it would work perfectly with my TARDIS blue fabric. I was very happy that this time I was able to have a thicker shoulder strap and many more pockets.
All in all I’m pretty proud of it. It measures 10″x10″x3″ and has 7 pockets, two on the inside with the black swirling fabric, three on the main outside one of which is the “Pull Here” sign on the actual TARDIS, and two pockets that are the windows on the flap. The only thing I’m missing is the “Police Public Call Box” at the top. On the inside of the flap I hand-stitched the phrase “It’s bigger on the inside”, which is exactly what every girl needs.
A purse that is bigger on the inside.
Let’s face it: One of the best things about TOS was every time Bones said, “Dammit, Jim, I’m a doctor, not a _____.” It happened a lot. The more it happened, the funnier it got. It’d make for one helluva drinking game (I’m sure it already has, in fact). So, naturally, this Trek magnet/button set tickled me. There are bunch of geeky button and/or magnet sets in the hownice Etsy shop, so peruse at will.