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Short answers to frequently asked questions:
It's not for sale, I will not make another, please do not copy it, yes you can post it on your blog if you link back to this page and give me credit, yes I will make another charm when the Doctor regenerates, if I did sell it (never going to happen) it would cost a fair bit because a lot of time and effort and good quality materials went into making it, it took forever to make, I do not make jewellery anymore because I am busy studying and painting.

EDIT: 19/5/2013
In the event that anyone asks, yes, I will be making a new charm of John Hurt's 'Missing Doctor' (as I have decided to call him until we find out where he fits amongst the other regenerations). I will update this deviation (or add a new one, I don't know yet) when I do so. Stay tuned!


If this did not answer your question feel free to email or note me (best to email because I only check into this site every month or so).
LittleBlueRennDesigns@gmail.com

Goodness. I just want to thank everyone for all the love. I never expected this bracelet to receive so much recognition but I have been happily surprised! Thank you so much for your kind words and the favourites.

Premo polymer clay, acrylic paint (for the clasp), jewellery stuff, love.

My Saturday night consisted of the Impossible Astronaut, drinking tea and making this bracelet. I painted the silver clasp to resemble Ten's sonic screwdriver too. Just for that added awesomeness, y'know?

Now I haven't actually seen all of these Doctors. I've seen 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Of course I think we all have our favourites, mine being 11, but I would love to be able to watch at least a few episodes from every Doctor. I'm pretty sure no fictional character has ever gone through as much change as he has. But hey, he's still going so he's obviously doing something right. He's a fantastic character and I would love to see how he's changed over the years.

And for those who are curious, when new Doctors come along I will be making charms for them too.

I would also like to add that this bracelet is not for sale. I don't often make jewellery for myself and this is one of those rare pieces that I am keeping for myself. I adore it way too much and it's quite special to me too.
I don't take jewellery commissions anymore but you can still check out the stuff that's for sale in my Etsy shop Little Blue Renn

:bulletpurple: :bulletorange: Be original! :bulletorange: :bulletpurple:
Do not copy/replicate my designs.
Do not post them in a public domain without my permission.
If you wish to post this image on your blog or website PLEASE just send me a note or an email asking me if I'm okay with you doing so. I'll probably just ask for a link to the page and also for you to link back to this page and put my name in the credit.

I do not own anything to do with Doctor Who. The good folks at the BBC do.

If you want to know about painting or drawing commissions (I don't do jewellery anymore) - what I can paint/draw, quotes on prices, payment and shipping methods - just send me an email at LittleBlueRennDesigns@gmail.com (just please keep in mind that I'm a busy, working uni student and I may take a few days to get back to you)


I've had to put a watermark on this because I've seen it posted on a few blogs without credit. It really hurts but you gotta do what you gotta do.
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A Doctor Who cosplay photo from DragonCon 2010.
I'm the 10th Doctor that's next to the female 11th Doctor with the fez and the mop.

Those weeping angel cosplays were amazing!

EDIT: I am sad to report that Ryan Jones (the Tenth Doctor in the center of this photo), has passed away this morning (10/19/11). He was one of the best Doctor Cosplayers around, and I'll miss seeing him at conventions. Thoughts and prayers go to his family and Essay Hood (His Rose).
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I thought I'd upload a picture of my Doctor Who Tardis Keys I collected over the years. Many of these, the majority are fan made replicas and therefore unofficial keys. Only three of these are actually licensed replicas, however that doesn't stop them from being awesome!

EDIT 7-1-13: I've updated this to one of my more up-to-date images of all these keys. Hope you all don't mind but I've removed the information on each key for now as the arrangement in this picture is just a LIIIITTLE bit more hectic and there's more than one of the same Yale blank and until I can arrange them and add the even NEWER keys that aren't in this picture I'm not going to try and type them all up. I will at some point do a better picture than this though but I figured that this would be a nice update for you all.


Anyway there you have it!
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The Five Doctors, hehe :D (was an episode in 1983, aired on the 20th anniversary of the show).

Art by me.

Doctor Who belongs to the BBC.


All Doctors [link]


First Doctor [link]

Second Doctor [link]

Third Doctor [link]

Fourth Doctor [link]

Fifth Doctor [link]

Sixth Doctor [link]

Seventh Doctor [link]

Eighth Doctor [link]

Ninth Doctor [link]

Tenth Doctor [link]

Eleventh Doctor [link]
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Made it myself:)
If you are interested in making your own Doctor Who Monopoly, you can leave your e-mail in a comment or send me an e-mail at loes_rosenberg@hotmail.com

Then I'll send you the word (2003) documents with all the material you need!
btw: if you don't have word installed, it's the 21st century. everyone has a computer, so there's bound to be someone in your area with word;).
Friends, family, neighbors, the pedo-guy living across the street (just be careful if you ask him though), etc.
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A set of five Doctor Who bookmarks inspired by David Tennant's time on the show's newest incarnation. These bookmarks are printed on white card stock and then laminated. They are available in my shop for $6.

Bookmarks included are:
Donna Noble with the text "Noble, Donna Noble"
The Master with the text "The Sound of Drums"
River Song with the text "Some Days Nobody Dies at All"
Rose Tyler with the text "Rose"
Ten with the text "Allons-y"

Reblog on Tumblr
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OMG >.<

I'm so happy to be done with this. :fallsover:

As promised, here is my version of a crocheted (aka amigurumi) TARDIS. I'm a bit of a detail enthusiast with my crafts/art and the TARDIS really tried my patience and desire near the end. I'd like to think the results made it worth it.

This is my first project to feature the use of paint (for the weathering effect/detail), stitched and written on felt. :D I even added latches on the bottom so the battery can be accessed and changed. It makes me much happy and was a true labor of love.

Picture taken with Doctor Dolls in attendance for height gauge and cause I thought it was only proper. ^_^ You can find better images of the Doctors on their own posts.

Time: 1 week (approx. 26-30 solid hours of work)
Materials: Yarn, Thread, Felt, Inking Pen, Watercolor Paint, Sound Module, Cardboard, polyfil.

The Doctor fully supports that the TARDIS is the only real way to travel.
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This is a box that hangs on my Mancave wall. It had been in my head and in progress for some time. It holds all of my Whovian related paraphernalia.

Please note with interest.
1) The plain medical penlight torch (top left) - The First Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver.
2) The antique wooden slotted screwdriver - Jackson Lake's "Sonic" Screwdriver from the episode "The Next Doctor."
3) The various Tardis keys I was able to get high quality scans of and cut with my Dremel.

I have left room for one more key and one more Screwdriver. Crossed fingers there won't be many more. Who'm I kidding. Bring on more of everything Whovian.

I am very proud of the way this turned out.

Thanks and Allons-y.
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My latest crocheted Doctor! The question mark and the tip on the umbrella are made out of sculpey.

The Seventh Doctor was portrayed by Sylvester McCoy from 1987 to 1989.

The art is by me.

Doctor Who belongs to the BBC.

All Doctors [link]


First Doctor [link]

Second Doctor [link]

Third Doctor [link]

Fourth Doctor [link]

Fifth Doctor [link]

The Five Doctors [link]

Sixth Doctor [link]

Eighth Doctor [link]

Ninth Doctor [link]

Tenth Doctor [link]

Eleventh Doctor [link]
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My crocheted 6th Doctor...I also like to call him the Patchwork Doctor of Gallifrey. Portrayed by Colin Baker 1984-1986.

He took me quite some time as I was daunted by the idea of how I was going to make him. I think he turned out all right :D

Here is a [link] to a picture of his back.

I made his cat pin out of Sculpey.

Art is mine.

Doctor Who belongs to the BBC.

All Doctors [link]


First Doctor [link]

Second Doctor [link]

Third Doctor [link]

Fourth Doctor [link]

Fifth Doctor [link]

The Five Doctors [link]

Seventh Doctor [link]

Eighth Doctor [link]

Ninth Doctor [link]

Tenth Doctor [link]

Eleventh Doctor [link]
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