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10/5/18

Doctor Who Tardis Blue Christmas Tree DIY Inspiration

Doctor Who inspired Christmas tree with handmade decorations.
 Doctor Who Tardis Blue Christmas Tree DIY Inspiration
The new series of Doctor Who is starting on Sunday October 7th--and that means Doctor Who crafts!  I know we aren't even to Halloween yet, but a Doctor Who inspired Christmas tree takes careful thought and planning--start now gathering supplies to make a festive holiday tree inspired by the blue Tardis and the Doctor, himself herself...
 For this fun Geekery/Fandom tree, you will need: 
(some affiliate links included, some previous post tutorials linked)
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Blue Pre-lit Tree (previous post)
Silk Roses
Weeping Angel Tree Topper (or buy one here)
Perler Bead Ornaments (how to make)
Stockings (how to make)
3D Glasses (Free printable)
Red Bowties (how to make)
Star Ornaments
Adipose Baby Ornaments (how to make)
 Begin by wrapping some mesh around the tree.  Stuff it deep inside the branches to help add fullness and disguise the center pole. 
 Then drape the 4th Doctor's scarf down the tree.  Add roses (get it, Rose Tyler?) to the tree.  Fill with 3D glasses, Adipose babies, star ornaments, bowties, blue ornaments, maybe even a couple Cybermen.
Hooking ornaments on the mesh works great too!  Place the gold tree skirt around the base and drape the union flag blanket over a cozy chair.
 Place the Weeping Angel topper on the top of the tree--and Don't Blink!
Set up a  Sonic Screwdriver Display to hang on the wall instead of a wreath!  Always take a banana to a party!
 Perfect for celebrating your geeky fandom side all Winter long!
Check out my Previous Doctor Who inspired Christmas Tree...it's on a Green tree with colored lights and while I like it, this blue tree is much more spectacular!
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