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DIY TARDIS Charging Station is Literally a Phonebox

by Conner Flynn

If you need somewhere special to put your phone while charging it, you might want to check out this TARDIS charging station, designed by Haley Pierson-Cox. It’s pretty adorable if you are a Doctor Who fan.
Even if it serves no other function than to act as a cozy for your phone, this is a pretty cute little blue box. If you want to try making one yourself, it looks fairly easy if you have basic sewing skills. You can find the instructions here.

Not only is this a great way to charge your phone, but all of your friends will be jealous at the office. I guess that means you’d better be careful that they don’t steal it. Remember, that’s how the Doctor got his TARDIS. Just “borrowed” it and never looked back.

[via Craftzine via Nerd Approved]

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Comments (1):

  1. Katie says:

    The link sends me to a tutorial for shelving! :(

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