Posts filed under ‘Doctor Who’
Tattoo of a TARDIS and some Daleks. This tattoo is still a little pink, which means to me that it is new. I wonder if the person is going to get it colored. That could be really cool.
This TARDIS pair of shoes is super cute, kind of every day wear, which is what I like my geekery wear to be like. They would go well with the TARDIS poodle skirt from last week. Maybe get the coloring on the shoes to match. Plus, they are only 27 dollars, which isn’t bad. [via] On the other end of the spectrum is this TARDIS ballroom dress. Oooh, fahn-cee. I do like the red converse sneakers, they add a whimsical touch to the outfit. [via]
If every day TARDIS wear is not enough Doctor Who in your life, you can always create a Doctor Who inspired wedding. I like that it has tasteful touches of Doctor Who while still being sweet and elegant. Her dress is just gorgeous. I love the blue windows, excellent decoration. [via]
Outline embroidery of the recent Doctor’s and a unique signature unto that particular doctor. And the TARDIS! I see things like that and think, “I could do that!” Of course, I never will. The TARDIS scarf took me long enough!
A wonderful Gallifreyan Cuff with swirls of TARDIS blue. I do really like this cuff. I like the coloring, the placement, and the simplicity of it.
And this lovely illustration Dalekman, a mash-up of Doctor Who Asylum of the Daleks and that wonderful Disney short Paperman. The coloring is spectacular, the expressions on the Doctor and Oswin’s faces are wonderful. Just. I love the internets some times. The artist has some more wonderful illustrations of Doctor Who inspired digital paintings. They make for a lovely viewing on a rainy morning after your phone has woken you up at 4 a.m. to tell you that there is a flash flood warning in your area. (True story.) [via]
Doctor Who has started up again, so hopefully we all wont be in suspense much longer as to Oswin’s origins. Oh, who am I kidding, this is Moffat, we’ll be in suspense for years. But until any of them are confirmed, it is always fun to read other people’s theories even when I get lost after point 3.
Starry Night and the TARDIS. Minimalistic and pretty. I like it.
The Doctor has a Facebook page, this changes everything.
So I discovered this giveaway thingy for bras at True & Co because I watch Vaginal Fantasy and follow Veronica on twitter and all you have to do is tweet out a comment about your ideal bra. Not only did they reply but now I’m trying to figure out if I can make one.
Costumes on Doctor Who, because the Doctor is getting more dapper. [via TARDIS News]
[Edit: Peeps, I've been really sick for almost a week now. So sick I actually went to a minute clinic for a diagnosis, which I never do. The last time I went to a doctors because I felt ill, and not for a general check up, was like eight years ago when I thought I had an ear infection and it turned out my ear was just broken (i.e. I was stressed). So, sorry for the late responses to comments, but I've been in bed or on my couch for the last three days. I didn't have the energy to blog, which is totally unlike me. I'm hopefully on the mend now. But I'm still not 100%. So I apologize if things don't run as smothly as they normally do... or don't. )
Gallifry One is a Doctor Who convention in Los Angeles and it looks like a lot of fun. Other than it being across the country and that I have a phobia about getting squashed like a bug in large crowds which often lead to panic attacks, I would totally go. Next year it takes place in February and it looks like they get some fun guest speakers. One internets find I stumbled across while cyber stalking the convention was this puppet who goes around interviewing convention goers. Quite cute.
But it was only recently that I realized this little puppet has done some other YouTube videos including this one which is an homage to the Weeping Angels, and had me giggling.
I found both of these videos on the TARDIS Newsroom blog site, go check it out and follow the blog for some other wonderful Doctor Who goodies!
I found a Tim Burtoesque Doctor Who The Nightmare Before Christmas Special, on Brian of Morbius, is cool and creepy. However, This t-shirt of a Weeping Angel is just weird. I think if someone did that in front of me I would laugh and go, Um, OK. And probably walk away while they were trying to get the shirt back off their head.
The TARDIS has shown up in several places this week disguised as a dress. A 1940′s poodle skirt version showed up on Pinterest. A ruffled version with a TARDIS tie can be purchased on Etsy. Or if you want more of a long t-shirt with leggings look, this screen printed dress would be a good idea. And finally via ThinkGeek this really cool full bustled TARDIS gown with a riding hood appeared. Honestly, this is by far my favorite TARDIS dress I have EVER seen. I. Want. To. Go. To. There. (It’s only $500.)
Of course if you are going to wear the TARDIS as a dress, the perfect shoe is necessary to go with your Doctor Who outfit. I like this particular TARDIS heel, but my friend Sara prefers this one. Either way you can be totally decked out in TARDISes, how awesome is that?!
And finally, the TARDIS landed at a church.
Folks, the results are in, we have a winner of the TARDIS scarf! After using a random number generator Jae has won the handmade Doctor Who goodie. Congratulations and thanks to everyone who participated. This is definitely my most successful give away as I had an 800% increase in interest for this giveaway from the last one. I loved everyone’s comments and now if the Doctor ever shows up at my door I’ll have many places and ideas of where I’d want to go. Now endeth the giveaway. On to other cool things!
Not only do I knit, but I also crochet and I’ve crocheted a baby blankets for each of my nieces, and several other children. When my baby sister told me last summer that she was having a baby, after a bit of squeeing, I dashed to the yarn store. My nephew was born in January and I spent February finishing up some of the details on the blanket and finally got it sent off in late February. I posted a picture of the blanket on Facebook and so many people were delighted by the pictures I thought I would share it here also.
The blanket in progress:
And a picture of me holding the finished piece. More hearts because PicMonkey has them and I think they are cool.
I started this blog in 2011 [Edit: I checked my stats log and discovered I actually started blogging in 2011. Whoops.] and today I am celebrating the second anniversary of my first post. It seems like such a long time ago and that all too quickly time passed. In celebration of my blogiversary I am doing a Giveaway!! I have mentioned a few times on my blog about a recent TARDIS scarf that I knitted and you now have the chance to win it!! Aren’t you all so freakin lucky?
All you have to do is comment below and I will pick a random winner from the comments. But… because this is a special handmade prize, you actually have to do more than just say, I WANT THAT TARDIS SCARF! Answer the following question to enter the giveaway: If you could travel via the TARDIS to your favorite fantasy land, where would you go?
The giveaway closes at midnight on Sunday, March 24, 2013, CST. Open internationally (please be aware if you win and do not live in the U.S. it may take a few weeks to get to you). Thanks to dragonbug for taking the picture of me and the scarf. My head is covering her artwork, you should check out her website to see more of it (her artwork, not my head)!
You can buy an awesome TARDIS Scarf for $30. This looks like the one I’ve been knitting at for over a year. Now that I have one from my best friend, maybe I should do something with the one I just finished. . . hmmm. [via The Mary Sue]
Or you can sew yourself a Doctor rag doll. Which is cute, but does need some adjustments to make it look better. Check it out on Three Dresses.
Perhaps all this crafting geekery has inspired you to create a TARDIS cardigan like this one? Awesome. The pattern was made up as the knitter went along, so I’ve no pattern to post for you all. Boo.
Check out these cool TARDIS coasters which I saw while watching Bonnie on Vaginal Fantasy and went online and stalked around until I found them. I love that show, it’s on YouTube and led by Felicia Day. These coasters can be found on ThinkGeek. Honestly Bonnie is the coolest, you should check her out on Pinterest and Twitter. (This is where being a fangirl and being a stalker seem like the same thing, but they aren’t. Because. Well, because.) She always has a lot of cool geeky things which seem to revolve around Doctor Who and Benedict Cumberbatch. I like seeing all her cool stuff sitting on her couch while she participates in Vaginal Fantasy.