Ok in this case Tardis travels through time. It was called a "ship" at one point, right?
I will be very honest with all of you. I've never seen any of the Doctor Who series. I am clueless to any of the the Doctor Who factoids. Sorry guys. However, I do know that my friend Haley of The Zen of Making is a huge fan. When I think of Tardis, I pretty much think of her. She's even made a Tardis dress! All you Doctor Who fans need to check that out. Now that's what I call DIY fashion.
Just thought I would show you all my newest crafty creation. Since I liked the idea of making things light up like the Titanic hat, I did the same for this. It reminds me of a lamp or night light. Well, this is going off to Haley - hope she likes it!!
For those that are curious: I made the light up Tardis out of cardboard. I cut out the windows and laminated a sheet of white tissue paper for the opaque windows and glued them inside (tissue paper between two pieces of heavy duty clear shipping tape will work also). I poked a hole on the top and cut the tip of a plastic blue pen for the light on top. I painted the Tardis dark blue with acrylic paint (a few coats) and once it dried, I used a Sharpie to put the panels under the windows. I also cut a square of the fine print in a magazine for one of the panels. Then, I slathered on a coat of Mod Podge as a finishing touch to make it shiny. I printed out the "police public call box" and laminated it, cut it, and glued it on above the windows. I had battery operated lights and strategically placed it inside the Tardis, one of them is glued inside the pen tip on top. Sorry that I don't have a step by step tutorial for this. Most of the time when I'm crafting I usually "wing it", so I hope this at least gives everyone an idea of the process.