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You don’t have to take on the challenge of painting miniature art onto your fingernails, you can just buy pre-made ones. Etsy seller Gingerdead House offers some hand-painted press-on nails that will transform your fingers into tiny Daleks. You can put them on and wave your hands around while threatening to exterminate everyone, but it only counts if you use your best Dalek voice.

See the full set of Dalek nails after the break.

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Cheering on sportsball teams doesn’t appeal to me, but geek jerseys are an idea I can get behind. Her Universe and Think Geek have just released a Doctor Who raglan jersey that has the logo on the front and the number 63 on the back. That represents the first year Doctor Who aired and is definitely an occasion to commemorate.

See the front of the jersey after the break.

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To the untrained eye, this handmade bracelet is just a bunch of pretty beads. Whovians will recognize it as a sonic screwdriver. They’re based on the sonic screwdrivers of the 9th, 10th, and 11th Doctors so you can adorn you wrist with whichever is your favorite.

See more pictures after the break.

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4th doctor dress

The 4th Doctor’s iconic scarf just got an upgrade. DeviantArt user RebelATS transformed it into a crocheted dress. She was inspired by seeing all the TARDIS and Dalek dresses and wanted to make something unique. She didn’t state how long it took to craft the ensemble, but since it’s 48 inches long, I imagine it was a lot of time with a crochet hook.

She plans to make a halter-top with this pattern and also to turn other items – like Jayne’s cunning hat from Firefly - into crocheted dresses.

See the full dress after the break.

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exploding tardis tank

I’ll never forget Vincent van Gogh’s appearances on Doctor Who. He made an impression, and his painting of the exploding TARDIS seen in “The Pandorica Opens” will long be remembered because it’s featured on tons of Who merchandise. The latest item we’ve spotted featuring van Gogh’s vision is this slim fit tank top. It would look great paired with leggings and boots.

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Doctor Who shoes

Allons-y! It’s time to pull together some craft supplies (a sonic screwdriver won’t hurt) and make some fancy Doctor Who canvas shoes. Jenny Barnett Rohrs shared the project at Craft Test Dummies and said it only took her half an hour to transform a pair of black canvas shoes into the galaxy. I think it’s worth trying out.

Watch the video how-to after the break.

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Just in time for summer, Her Universe has debuted two new Doctor Who aline dresses and a tank shirt. The first dress is all about the villains with daleks, cybermen, and weeping angels everywhere. The second dress is for having a little cosplay fun and turns you into the 11th Doctor. And if dresses aren’t you’re thing, there’s always the “I Never Know Why, I Only Know Who.” tank t-shirt.

See more pictures after the break (including a close up of the pattern on the villains dress).

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This necklace features one of the most well-known sound waves in all of sci-fi. It’s the vworp vworp sound of the TARDIS captured in a visual form. It’s available in either acrylic or wood and measures 3″ by 1.5″ and comes on your choice of a silver or black plated chain.

See the wooden version after the break.

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Sitting around and thinking of people who can play The Doctor is just one of those things we geeks like to do. Speculation and suggestions are fun and, considering The Doctor does regenerate, we know he (or she) can end up being played by anyone.

Here’s a suggestion we came across. As John at Neatorama said, “Robert Picardo, who played the Doctor on Star Trek: Voyager, would do an excellent job of playing the Doctor on Doctor Who. He has no name and already has the job title!”

He also has the t-shirt apparently.

Check out the original tweet after the break…

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It seems like more classy geek jewelry designs show up on the internet every day. Aren’t we lucky? The latest batch of gems I’ve spotted include the work of Austin Moore. The silversmith owns Earth Art Gem & Jewelry and has beautifully crafted rings from a wide variety of fandoms. His line-up includes Super Mario Bros., Doctor Who, Legend of Zelda, Star Wars, Star Trek, and more. Some of the rings are more subtle, while others shout your favorite franchise loud and clear.

I’ll start making my wishlist now.

More lovely flair after the break.

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