Tag Archives: dalek

Tutorial: How to Make the Doctor Who Dalek Cake

Tutorial: How to Make the Doctor Who Dalek Cake

As promised yesterday, here are more details on the Doctor Who Dalek Cake.  You know I’m a big believer in showing you that YOU can make a really cool cake, and I do one every year for the Boy’s birthday.  Past years: Angry Birds cupcakesDragon Cake,  Perry the Platypus Cake, and Clone Trooper cupcakes.  So, today I’ve promised some of the details of how to make this cake yourself.  … [ KEEP READING ]

Dr. Who Birthday Party Invitation (downloadable template, too!)

Dr. Who Birthday Party Invitation (downloadable template, too!)

For The Boy’s 7th birthday party, we’re doing a Dr. Who theme… My little anglophile is a big fan of the recent version of the series.  So I needed to design an invitation.  I ran out of time to do printed invites, so this is just going out by email, with a little extra explanatory text.  The “Celebrating” Dalek is quite cute, but I couldn’t resist adding the Tardis Blue envelope from the Impossible Astronaut episode, as well. … [ KEEP READING ]

Remote Control Dalek made from Recycling

Remote Control Dalek made from Recycling

LOVE this! After getting my inner nerd on at Dragon*con this weekend, I’m all about the geeky crafting. And really, with Doctors as cute as David Tennant (I so miss him!) and the new guy (Matt Smith?), being a Doctor Who fan is hardly geeky anymore.

Awesome step by step over at Filth Wizardry on how the kids made a Dr Who Dalek from recycled materials. Go Check it Out:

DIY Remote Controlled Dalek from recycling

Photos from Dragon*Con coming tomorrow!… [ KEEP READING ]

Way cool Dr. Who Tardis Cake!

Way cool Dr. Who Tardis Cake!

Check out this nifty Dr. Who cake by Dabbled friend The Domestic Scientist… A Tardis and flying Daleks? How geeky cool! (We interviewed Renee here)

For my birthday I decided to be crazy-go-nuts on my own birthday cake and really push my boundaries as a novice baker. I figured since the only one to disappoint is myself, no harm in trying something that can fail horribly, right? And ya know what, I didn’t do too bad. [ KEEP READING ]