Geekgirl1000100, also known as Carlee Dise, recently posted a shrine she made for Doctor Who and River Swan.
“I took a plain wooden box that was shaped like a book and made it look like River Song’s journal…I painted the exploding Tardis background but the Tardis itself is a 3-D cutout.”
For more in Carlee’s craftiness, check out her Pinterest page. She has an entire category dedicated to the altered shrine swap.
Over on StoryBundle right now and for the next 10 days, you can pick up a sweet unofficial plethora of Doctor Who ebooks. StoryBundle is a pay what you want, DRM-free place for fantastic deals. Right now there’s Dalek I Loved You, Dining with the Doctor, Who and Me, and TARDIS Eruditorium Vol 2. If you pay at least $10 you get 2 bonus books, VWORP and The Best of the TARDIS Eruditorium. If your digital library is lacking in geekiness or you’re just looking to expand, this is the deal for you!
Are arm casts some kind of new fashion statement? Just two weeks ago, we had the TARDIS cast. Today, we have an Iron Man glove cast.
I don’t have any info on the designer of this cast; I only know that it came from Buzzfeed. And I’ve decided that if I ever break my arm or wrist, I’m making my cast into Spider-Man’s glove and sleeve.
While her broken arm is healing, Laura Keeney will be able to travel through time and space. Her friend Zak Kinsella painted her cast in a completely inconspicuous manner.
Look at this blanket. Now look at your blanket. Now back to this one. Now back to yours… I’m sorry, I had to. This blanket is epic. Knit by Jessie’sGirl84 on Ravelry she used a mix of available doctor who designs and her own work to make this epic blanket.
All the Doctor Who… villains, Timelords, Companions The scarf, the Tardis, Cassandra, even a fez. Look at these squares. Look at them.
All of space and time in one wibbly wobbly blanket.
Available Patterns for squares:
Ever wish you could travel with the Doctor? Or more than one Doctor? Well now you can! These little mini Doctor’s can go anywhere with you; on your keychain, around your neck, or in your Tardis (aka the bottomless pit that is your knapsack). These little guys are amongst many mini-me’s, and other geeky accessories, created by cosplayer Dex Morgan of Geek Charming. You can also check out her facebook page for more geeky goodies and awesome cosplay!
Disclaimer: Sales of the Doctors do not include rides in the Tardis.