You may have seen this TARDIS dress that has gone viral, but did you know it was the brainchild of Offbeat Bride-turned-Homie, Jax!? Here's the story behind the amazing TARDIS dress that is actually "bigger on the inside."
This is Offbeat Home's archive of geeky posts.
It's easy to get wrapped up in trying to make your home perfect and coordinating and sticking to one certain look. I've tried for so long to stick to certain colour schemes, or a certain really specific look, and I was never completely happy and also could never get it quite right. Finally, I figured out that you shouldn't have to pick one thing you love and apply that to your decor, but instead apply everything you love to your decor. Like in my case I love kitschy, vintage things, as well as crafts and DIY, then mix in some Star Wars and dinosaurs and there you have it! It all combines to create a very kitschy, eccentric look.
You've had to cut back on your spending and can't justify buying the cheesy plastic plants at the pet store at such exuberant prices, knowing they are bought from China for pennies. Not to mention the possible pollutants you might put in your tank from poorly made décor not meant for underwater conditions with life. Plus they just aren't your style or taste, and well — you just can't find any premade tank items that are. Well I'm here to tell you, it can be done safely, and with everyday nerdy items you have around your house! And all you need is hot glue gun and maybe a small clear epoxy kit for aquariums.
Do you have a geek in your life that you need prezzies for? You're in luck! Geeks are easy to shop for because we're total geeks and get excited over the most ridiculous shit. But if you're still struggling to find that perfect geeky gift, no worries I GOT YOU! Here's Megan's guide to gifts for geeky girls and boys alike.
Where can I find really nice geeky holiday cards? I want to order them in bulk to send out to my whole address list, but most of what I find on Etsy is photo cards (which my partner begged me not to make him do, at least until we have kids) or single cards that are $3.50/piece.
These TARDIS socks are one of only many, many incredible Dr. Who-themed knitting projects featured on Trainknitting. You'll need an account at Ravelry to access some of the patterns, but signing up is free. Here are a few stand-outs (and y'all, there is TOTALLY an Ood ski mask somewhere in here).