The Structure

Getting the actual structure of the tardis was vital, and the first step for us.

The Base/Floor

Kate using the nail gun to secure the floor

We began by making the base.

The frame for one of the walls

Once the base was finished, we began to construct the walls. First, the frame for each wall was built, then  it was covered in plywood.

Once all the walls were built, we began to put them up.

Wall #1

Wall #2

Me stapling the third wall up

Wall #4

Dad nailing the walls together

The piece over the door up

Once we had all the walls up, we moved on to building the roof.

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  1. You guys are absolutely the craziest! I love it.

  2. I ❤ it. The fact that it's put in a location where no one would expect a police phone box to be in makes it much cooler! Great job on detail! As the 9th Doctor says: "Fantastic!"


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