Make a TARDIS Key

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how to make a TARDIS key. no, it doesn't have a working perception filter. (sorry)

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Step 1: Find a Key

find a key. try to find a circular one and make sure you don't use a skeleton key or anything important.

Step 2: Find What You Will Use As a Perception Filter

find something that looks electronic. this is for the perception filter. I used an old musical card.

Step 3:

cut two small pieces out of your electronic thing. make sure they are small enough to fit on your key. super glue them to the key. you can also add a small piece of wire to connect them, as this makes it look cooler. wait for it to dry.

Step 4: Find Something That Looks Electronic

cut two small pieces out of your electronic thing. make sure they are small enough to fit on your key. super glue them to the key. you can also add a small piece of wire to connect them, as this makes it look cooler. wait for it to dry.

Step 5: Make the Perception Filter

cut two small pieces out of your electronic thing. make sure they are small enough to fit on your key. super glue them to the key. you can also add a small piece of wire to connect them, as this makes it look cooler. wait for it to dry.

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    n01z

    5 years ago

    It's a TARDIS key WITH a perception filter.. It would be awesome to see one that works in real life.. You have to time-travel to understand.. or just google "tardis" or "perception filter"..