Hi, everybody! Today’s post is another Doctor Who-inspired one! This is one I’ve been working on for a few days now and while I wish I would’ve posted it sooner, I’m glad to be able to post it now. I wanted to do something special for the Doctor Who 50th 3D special which I’m seeing tomorrow! (I’m SO excited!!) I wasn’t sure what to do, but then I had an idea… now let’s learn how to make some Doctor Who 3D glasses!



First off, I gathered supplies! A lot of super glue (or, if you have it, hot glue. It will make this whole process MUCH faster!), some tiny springs, some thick paper (I used the a torn up folder), and some 3D glasses from your local theatre!



And the final supplies: Some Doctor Who print outs! Which you can find below and print your own! πŸ™‚
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Ok. First I cut out all the cutouts and superglued them to the folder individually. Then I cut them out, glued some plain old notebook paper to the backs of them, cut them out again and set them aside.

I then worked on the actually glasses. I cutout the 4th Doctor’s scarf pattern and superglued them to the sides of the glasses!IMG_4327


I then glued on the springs, 4 to each side, and then attached my mini Doctor Who cutouts!! I put the companions and Doctors on one side and the villains to the other. I also added the 2 big Tardis’s to the front! In the end it should look a little like this:


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Right side:


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Left side:

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And tada! You’re all done!! Of course, you could do any pattern you like or even print out some other Doctor Who people! It’s up to you! But if you would like these cutouts, you can print them by clicking the images below:



Let me know if any of you Whovians are gonna do this! If so, please tweet me! I know this might be a little late for people going to the Doctor Who 50th special in 3D tomorrow, but you can still use these when you go to the theaters and see a 3D movie any day! I had so much fun with these! I hope you guys like them!! Thanks for reading! πŸ™‚


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