Doctor Who Snowflake roundup

Christmas month is here, and it’s time to start decorating for the holidays!

This week I’ll be sharing with you some geek snowflake ideas.

First up is a a Doctor Who roundup.Ten Doctor snowflake

Oodly Crafting (love that username!) has a set of eight Who themed snowflakes on her Tumblr blog. I’m partial to the Tenth Doctor one of course :)

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Little Kid’s Rain Cloud Outfit

Kid's supercute halloween costume

I guess this is a bit of a stretch on the definition of geek, but seriously, how cute is this? You can find lots of other cute kid’s costume ideas (including a totoro costume!) at the blog you and mei.

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Star Trek Saturday – Simple Wesley Crusher Sweater

If you’re like me and don’t have enough time to knit yourself a full-sized Wesley Crusher Sweater for Halloween, this might be the next best thing.

Craftster user Breemonkey bought a grey sweater, did a few alterations, used acrylic paint to add the stripe and a communicator, and bam!

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Portal Companion Cube

DIY mini portals

 

This nifty little optical illusion is from epbot, and as you probably figured out is made by cutting a 3D companion cube in half then attached it to an oval mirror. The companion cubes were made using some companion ice cube trays from ThinkGeek and then filling it with resin. Best not get too attached to it though.

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TARDIS Tuesday – Socks

Blue Doctor Who socks in Tardis shape

 

Even if I wasn’t a huge Doctor Who fan I’d probably still want these socks. Maybe. Probably.

User mirthful has posted the pattern for these TARDIS socks for free on Ravelry.

I am going to have a pair for myself by the end of the year. You mark my words!

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Sims 2 Cosplay

A lady and guy sims 2 cosplay

These were made for a convention by craftster user N30Nb100d. I especially like the little plumbob, which, btw, isn’t photoshopped, but are attached to headbands. It’s kind of tempting to just walk around with those on.

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Star Wars Sunday – CAT-AT

A cool Star Wars cathouse

Guess what this is (besides being an AT-AT of course)?

It’s a cathouse! seriously. Reddit user BillyAppletini made this as a joke for a friend, a joke which apparently took over 27 days to build. And that cat in the pic below is chilling in the cat bar that’s located at the top of the CAT-AT. Cat is spoiled!

A cat in lounge

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Star Trek Saturday – Redshirt pattern

Etsy user aliciawatkins is selling this oh-so-true redshirt pattern.

Just say no to redshirts, guys. It’s bad for your health.

An embroidery red shirt pattern

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Doctor Who quilt blocks

Doctor the Third

The cool people over at Fandom In Stitches are doing a Doctor Who stitch-along.

The way it works is that each week they post an embroidery pattern featuring of a different doctor, and participants are encouraged to make a quilt block using that pattern. At the end of the 12 weeks they have a very geeky quilt!

The above block is made by Flickr user clumsy kristel.

Feel free to share your blocks in the comment below!

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Granny Square TIE Fighters

Three Black Crochet Tie Fighter
Hold on folks, this isn’t just a Star Wars geek project, this is also a Crochet geek project.

Take a look at the side angle.

star wars craft project

Yup, the blogger Yummy Pancake used a different granny square pattern for each tie fighter. Rock on!

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