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The TARDIS is bigger on the inside, so it will hold lots of your favorite beverage. This pitcher looks like the famous blue box and is made out of plastic with a secure lid.

The question is, does your orange juice go on time traveling adventures after you put it in the fridge?

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These TARDIS cookies hold a fun surprise inside. The Kitchen Overlord used two cookies sandwiched together with icing to create a little pocket. Inside that pocket are appropriately nerdy sprinkles from Geeky Hostess. She used lightning bolts, steampunk gears, and some blue and yellow sugar sprinkles that spill out when the TARDIS is deliciously damaged.

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This TARDIS snack cabinet was built by Whovian Craftster user BadWolf314 for her husband. He wanted a soda machine, but she did one better by making a snack cabinet shaped like the TARDIS for their movie room. It does soda, but she also managed to cram a microwave in there. Whichever Doctor shows up at their door, they’ll be sure to have the appropriate treat at the ready.

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Have you ever seen a Dalek be more adorable? Now you can enjoy a properly nerdy cup of coffee or tea with this ceramic Dalek creamer.

Each 10 oz Dalek creamer is hand made from both slab and wheel-thrown components with extreme attention to detail.

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If you’re a fan of Doctor Who, then you’ll love this officially licensed TARDIS Tablecloth. Needless to say, if Time Lord technology could make this tablecloth bigger on the inside that would be really something.

It’s made from a blend of 35 percent cotton and 65 percent polyester–sadly, no wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff was utilized in the manufacturing process.

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Add some TARDIS blue to your cupboard with these eye-catching Doctor Who plates from ThinkGeek. The 8 inch square plates come in sets of four and feature different sections of the TARDIS. Use them to serve fish fingers and custard, Jelly Babies, or Jammie Dodgers.

Note: though they can travel through time and space, these dishes are not suitable for the microwave.

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Here’s the perfect desktop accessory to keep cold drinks at the ready. We’ve previously featured a mini TARDIS fridge (think the episode “Flatline” only with Dr. Pepper trapped inside), but this one comes complete with a blinking light and enough space to hold 18 canned drinks. It can also be switched over to keep foods warm. This is an officially licensed Doctor Who product with a carrying handle, removable shelf, and little rubber feet. It measures 19″ (21.5″ to top of light) by 10.5 by 11.25″.

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When DeviantArt user EmpressofSquee, a.k.a. Melissa, got inspired to make a Doctor Who pumpkin for Halloween, she didn’t go with the usual approach. Instead of carving the exterior of the TARDIS onto a pumpkin, she turned it into the TARDIS control room. It looks pretty awesome, and I bet it looked even cooler when she added a glow stick for lighting.

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I love the look of decorated cupcakes but rarely have the patience to attempt anything that requires a piping bag. Etsy seller Charming Madness has a simple solution for decoration: she has cupcake wrappers and toppers. Her fun Doctor Who designs feature the TARDIS, Daleks, Weeping Angels, the Twelfth Doctor, and Clara Oswald. You only have to download and print them, then wrap them around your fully baked cupcakes.

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Protect your table from damage like a Time Lord with these Doctor Who coasters. This beautiful 8-piece set features ceramic coasters that, when lined up just right, form the TARDIS. This is an officially licensed Doctor Who product and comes in a gift box.

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