I think I made a rod for my my own back.
After making a wooden lampshade* for one son, the other decided that his shade was a bit past it as well.
But he wanted something "a bit less bare".
This is what he got...
Obviously, I went for a Tardis-themed lamp.
There are lots, and lots, and lots of resources out there - I used a number of stencil designs as design cues, and simplified them to go for the instantly-recognisable silhouette.
The stencil designs were, obviously, two dimensional, but I decided to add layers to improve the silhouette.
Once I got the proportions from the online sources, I sized the design according to my needs (3cm hole at the top for the pendant fitting, enough space inside to fit my hand etc), then turned to MakerCase to generate a finger-jointed box of the right size.
Using Inkscape, I removed the bottom, added the door details, and drew up additional details like the lintel and the roof shape.