Monday, October 5, 2015

Whovian Inspired: Cracks in Time and Space

I know some of you are planning a Whovian-themed costume. You are. I see you out there. So how about a little inspiration for what to do with your nails if you are a little Pond-fond...

Cracks in Time and Space

Colors Used
OPI Color Paints Indigo Motif
China Glaze White on White
Blue Eyed Girl Lacquer Love Makes You Do the Wacky

Cracks in Time and Space

The crack in the wall was a big plot device for the Age of Pond. If you go back and watch, (spoilers sweetie) you see it here and there...and it is just perfect for a subtly Whovian costume. Because really, what is Halloween without a dash of The Doctor?



Cracks in Time and Space

Cracks in Time and Space

What ideas do you have for costumes? I'm still hard at work for the wee folk, and haven't given a thought to my own...yet. 

Oh, and in my searches I stumbled across this. Highly accurate now.



31 comments:

  1. I wanted to be Maleficent but I was too lazy to start prep early enough to make that a good costume, so now I'm gonna be a dinosaur.

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    1. why not both? Dino mask and Maleficent robe?

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  2. This looks so good, and a lovely subtle reference at that!

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  3. Pretty mani! Shamefully, I've never seen doctor who :(

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    1. Its not for everyone...but I do love it.

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  4. This is beautiful!
    As for a costume, my toddler, infant and I are going to be foxes. If only I could talk the hubby into dressing up with us!

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  5. Love this! I don't really do Halloween costumes. My husband and I are such homebodies! I think the last time I dressed up (like forever ago), I did an ancient Egyptian costume.

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    1. We wouldnt be going out if not for these tiny creatures!

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  6. These are awesome! I just can't get into Doctor Who but I can definitely appreciate these nails still. :)

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  7. Ohhh, I like these! You've got me contemplating rewatching Doctor Who now....I missed the last season and have been trying to watch it, but I feel like I don't remember anything that happened. So...yeah, probably going to start re-watching it from the beginning haha!

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    1. Last season was...different. I'm ready for a new companion, lets just say that.

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  8. A lot of fun and a great subtle Who mani! I don't dress up, but my munchkin is insisting on being Wonder Woman. So that will be fun!

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    1. You should definitely dress up. A mask at least!

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  9. I am not a WHO fan but I love these! My kiddies AND myself dress up. This year we have a Strawberry Shortcake, Raggedy Ann, and a Ninja. I am super excited!

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    1. Yay! The wee folk demand we dress up, and usually we just dress up as zombies...since that only requires a bit of makeup. I might make a mask this year though...if I have time.

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  10. Very cool, and of course it's blue so that makes it even better.

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  11. I love the mani despite not knowing the exact reference. I do understand the blue, but that's about it. But I think it's nice and abstract :D Halloween isn't really a thing here, but a few years ago I hosted a Halloween party for my US friends and I went as a Queen of Evil :D

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  12. These look so good even for someone who may not know the reference.

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  13. I need to start watching Dr. Who. I feel like I am missing a world of pop culture references.

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  14. Spot on! Love this! Even though Steven Moffat ruined Doctor Who for me...

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  15. I don't watch the Dr Who series so thank you for showing us the picture of the crack! I love your mani!

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  16. I've not watched DR Who but I can really appreciate the mani

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  17. Ahhhhhhhhh!!!!! I love the inspiration and your execution is FLAWLESS. This is amazing and I'm going to excitedly show it to everyone I can get to listen to me. I love that it's got extra details. Multidimensional? Interdimensional?!

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  18. For Halloween this year I will probably go as a tired mom bringing her kids around the neighborhood. lol You did a great job on the mani. I haven't watched Dr Who yet but it's on my list in Netflix.

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  19. seems like everyone i know is into dr. who. maybe i should sit down and watch at least one episode.

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