WarpZone is a wonderful store that makes all sorts of custom cookie cutters – they’re printed on a 3D printer, so the designs are always precise! The Doctor Who designs include Weeping Angels, Daleks, Adipose (yay!), Cybermen, K-9, and more!
This fun (and detailed) design makes it easy to geek out your walls while retaining an elegant flair. The Art Nouveau style also helps it fit in anywhere – from a college apartment to a more “grown-up” house.
With a silk-screened TARDIS and stars, classic neckwear is given a whimsical twist.
Sometimes it’s just better to start ‘em off young. This poster’s style may be simple, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t effective! Even if you don’t plan to put it into practical use, it can add a little personal touch to a nursery.
This necklace is made from a pocket watch case, which opens to show the Tardis and Sonic Screwdriver among the gears. A bit on the pricier side, but perfect for a Steampunk-loving Whovian!
Some people just really want to sleep with the Doctor. These snuggly plush pillows come (so far) in 9th, 10th, and 11th Doctor variations, as well as Jack Harkness and Ianto Jones.
Drink in style with this sleek, laser-engraved TARDIS flask. Use it as an excuse to try drinks from around the world, in honor of the Doctor’s adventures.
While this particular seller is on vacation until June 1st, this creation was too Ood-orable not to share! Amigurumi (crocheted plush) lends itself well to the Ood, who can be difficult to capture in 3-d form.
Time Lords don’t need numbers to tell the time, but the hands do help! This intricate timepiece combines the classic TARDIS shape and colour with inspiration from the language of Gallifrey, home of the Time Lords.
If Gallifreyan is really your thing, try showing it off with this embroidered messenger bag, bearing the Doctor’s name in his native language.
Lego seems to be the perfect medium for K-9, the beloved (if dated) robot dog, who first appeared with the 4th Doctor, back in 1978. His tiny size makes him an excellent travel companion!
This gorgeously detailed coin bank is unpainted – “to allow for your creativity” – but something about the elegance of the laser-engraved wood makes it feel right.
Parodies Lost brings the TARDIS (and the occasional Dalek) into classic works of art, matching them to the style of the original.
In some cases, it’s easy to see how a casual visitor could completely miss the “addition” to your print of a classic artwork.
The Doctor speaks virtually every language, including Baby and Horse. It seems perfectly reasonable that some pets would be happy to commemorate one of the few people who understand them – even if the box does make an awful noise.
These glasses feature the TARDIS, etched onto glassware that gradiates from a cobalt blue (not far from the TARDIS’s traditional colour), to crystla clear. Perfect for a glass of champagne while watching old episodes.
Want to find links to all these shops at once? A treasury with one item from each entry can be found here.