Let’s Make TARDIS Earrings! Allons-y!

Howdy friends! I finally get to see season 7 of Doctor Who, I am on the 2nd episode watching it on Hulu plus, that in and of it self was worth the $8 a month LOL! So I am not caught up with the episodes so please no spoilers in the comments OK? With the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who coming up I thought I’d share this craft perfect for any Whovian out there, TARDIS earrings! You can also use the charm for key chains and zipper pulls. Watch the video to see how to make them:

I found the clip art of the TARDIS here free to download. I used Matte Shrink plastic by Graffix, a Copenhagen blue Prismacolor marker, 2 jump rings and 2 ear wires. If you have any questions let me know and I will get back to you! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!




5 Responses

  1. Good morning Lindsay. Shrink plastic is lots of fun to watch and do. Saw at a quilt store here in town yesterday the snow flakes you made the other day made with fabric was really neat. But I think paper would be easer and I am for easy. Well you have a good day.


  2. Love these earrings and I am so excited about the new season! This will be my next project (hopefully in time for the big anniversary special). TFS


  3. These are are my ‘to make’ list. First I’m gonna make the Xmas Tree earrings–already practiced making the paper bead–easy peasy…want to get some Utee. Your method of dipping it in the dry powder –like nail polish–is so much easier than brushing something on, which I have done in the past with at least 100 paper beads (time consuming). I love all your projects…now I just need more hours in my day. HA…tfs


  4. YAY, these are awesome. Also, the tag “nerd craft” made my day.


  5. Sweet! Thanks for sharing! I am SO making these!


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