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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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TARDIS pumpkin

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.

Product Page ($41.59 with $25.99 shipping via 7 Gadgets)

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Kitchen spills and messes are inevitable. You can keep on top of them with the help of the Doctor and the TARDIS though thanks to these tea towels. They focus on one of the Tenth Doctor’s most famous quotes about timey wimey stuff from the episode “Blink,” and if you can’t bring yourself to clean up your kitchen counters with them, you can hang them on hooks or towel bars as decorations.

The towels are available for pre-order right now, and they’re scheduled to ship later this month.

Product Page ($19.99 via Geek Alerts)

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Apparently, this donut case was spotted at The Donut Whole in Wichita, Kansas.

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This birthday cake was made for reader Nikki by a genius at Carvel in Wayne NJ. She noted that whoever did it “deserves a raise”. Indeed.

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Season eight of Doctor Who premiered over the weekend, and Peter Capaldi got his first full episode as the Twelfth Doctor. An occasion that important deserves epic theme parties, and Kristin, a.k.a. superspacechick, rose to the occasion. She shared photos of her Who-rrific party on Instagram, and I’m so sad no one in my area didn’t put together a party like this.

Edibles included: a TARDIS cake, Who-themed Jammie Dodgers, Cassandra nacho dip, Ood cupcakes, and Adipose cupcakes. She went all out with the decorations too with red bow tie napkins, decorated balloons, TARDIS and fez plastic cups, and a photo op in front of a TARDIS blanket. It all looks epic.

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This beautiful TARDIS teacup is the perfect way to sip tea and while away the afternoon. From the product page:

Each cup and saucer are thrown on the potters wheel, hand painted with black clay & various glazes, hand carved and then stamped with custom made clay stamps that I made just for this item.

Glazed on the inside with starry white & blue glazes and on the outside in my own version of Tardis blue (non-toxic), which contains hints of darker blue, lighter blues and hazy green nebula mists.

You can order it with or without the spoon and saucer, and since it’s made to order, takes about 4-6 weeks to arrive at your door.

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Planning to throw a Doctor Who theme party in the near future? Then these TARDIS plates are just what you need. The melamine designs measure 8 inches by 8 inches and feature the TARDIS in four different colors. Pre-order now so these plates can travel through time and space to you in September.

Product Page ($29.99/set of 4 via Geek Alerts)