Tutorial: Doctor Who TARDIS Phone Charging Station for Craftzine.com

Tutorial: Doctor Who TARDIS Phone Charging Station for Craftzine.com | The Zen of Making

Today is my birthday! (Hurrah!) And, in honor of turning the big two-nine, I’m sharing a gift with all of you! (For those of you who’ve seen me in person, my age may come as a shock. Rest assured that I’m well aware that I still look like a teenager.) To get your very own birthday treat, check out my Project: TARDIS Phone Charging Station over on CRAFT, and download a free copy of the printable pattern!

Project: TARDIS Phone Charging Station

Do you ever sit back in your cube, listening to the hum of fluorescent lights and the low rumble of keyboards clacking away in the distance, wondering how you can take your geek cred to the next level? Well, I’m pretty sure that a handmade TARDIS phone charging station would do the trick!

Step 1: Print out the pattern PDF and cut out each piece. Then, use the following key to cut your felt and plastic canvas. (Each pattern piece is lettered.)

Step 2: Select one of the navy blue felt pieces cut from pattern piece A. Begin adding details to the body of your TARDIS by attaching piece B to the top of piece A using 2-ply navy blue embroidery floss. Use a whipstitch around the outside edges and a straight stitch on the inside

Tutorial: Doctor Who TARDIS Phone Charging Station for Craftzine.com | The Zen of Making

Want to see more? Head over to CRAFT to download and see the full tutorial!

13 thoughts on “Tutorial: Doctor Who TARDIS Phone Charging Station for Craftzine.com”

  1. Happy Birthday Haley!! Adorable Tardis case; that's also actually a good idea for storing little crafting tools like scissors, blunt needles, maybe a few buttons… you know the deal. :-)

    I hope you enjoy this day to the max, despite the clouds and rain!

  2. I just love this!! I had to share your creation on my blog, as I just recently made a felt sculpture of the TARDIS!  Then I came upon your charger on craftgawker and couldn't get over it! :)

  3. Holy. Moly.
    I backtracked to your blog via Pinterest (shocker, no?) and I am quite literally rubbing my hands together in glee over all your Tardis Crafts.   I'm absolutely going to have to try out this phone-charger Tardis too! ThankyouThankyouThankyou

    p.s. Happy belated birthday!

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