Eh, close enough.
There’s so many things that feel right about the idea of a TARDIS piñata. It’s pretty, it’s classy, it can hang anywhere and look good. But there’s one big downside. No one really feels right taking a baseball bat to a TARDIS. It just feels wrong.
Well, someone out there made a pull-string piñata and all is right with the world again! Plus, you can use it or keep it after the party.
The basic things you’ll need to make it:
-1 Cardboard Box
- Scraps of foam core board
- Packing tape
- Brown Paper
- Corn Startch
More pics after the break.
UPDATE: You can actually purchase a kit to turn your fridge into the TARDIS. A basic skin is available through GlassSculpture.org for $185. You can also add extras like an audio module and a side skin for extra. The skins can be customized to fit your specific fridge model.
Traditionally, all things TARDIS are blue. They’re TARDIS blue to be precise, but now there’s a mug that eschews the blue for super-shiny silver. I like this because its mirror finish will help me spot Weeping Angels trying to sneak up on me while I work. Preorder now and it’ll be yours in May.
The TARDIS isn’t just for time travel anymore, it’s for eating. I like to think the Doctor would like the world turning his beloved ship into sugary snacks. It takes form as cake, cookies, and gingerbread houses and each baker adds his or her own spin to the familiar vessel. I’d happily devour all of these treats!
I adore the TARDIS cookies pictured above. They were submitted to Doctor Who Crafts by Cydienne.
Check out four more delights after the break.
So these aren’t the most accurate mini TARDIS representations there are, but they’re probably the yummiest of them all. They’re being sold in packs of ten by Brittney of BeSweets, who happens to be the one who bakes these delicious pops of fun. You can choose from twenty-two different flavors of cake, ranging from red velvet to marble to rainbow chip. These are then coated in colored white chocolate. Mm-hmm!
We all know the TARDIS is bigger on the inside, but you’ve got to wonder if this mug is somehow bigger on the inside too. When you fill the mug completely, it looks like any other mug of coffee until you take a sip and reveal the hidden TARDIS.
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I’ve heard all kinds of proposal stories but far too few of them involve cake. Ant of Nerdache Cakes just made a fantastic Doctor Who cake specifically for a fella asking his girl to marry him. He wanted to be dressed as the Tenth Doctor with the Fourth Doctor’s scarf, and his fiancee is wearing Donna Noble-esque wedding attire (from “The Runaway Bride”).
It gets better. The cake is a banana cake with dark chocolate crunch pieces and ganache layers. Yum.
Check out more photos of the cute dessert after the break.