My kids are crazy Doctor Who fans and none more so than our oldest. As one of her Christmas presents we decorated it to look like the door of the TARDIS. To say she was happy with the change is a bit of an understatement. She was speechless. :)
Here's a full on picture of the door:
The blue is paint and the rest is vinyl cut on my Cameo. I layered the black and white to get the lettering. It would have been easier to do the smaller white sign if I had printable vinyl, and as you can see we don't have a completely updated TARDIS because we are missing the St. John's sticker. I couldn't get a good trace on it for a cut. If you wanted to do one yourself, I would recommend the printable vinyl for that.
When researching for mine I found a lot of people with interior TARDIS doors. Most were awesome painted doors and a few did the vinyl like mine. There are a lot of really creative Doctor Who fans out there. Love it.
We have gotten some great comments about it already. One student at school asked me "what's up with your door?" He thought it was cool once I showed him pictures of the TARDIS on my tablet. Most of the comments have been from people who know the show and of course, they like it too.
The thing the kids love about it is it fits so well with our house. Our home is 60 years old and was originally only 800 sq ft. Before we bought the place a 1400 square foot addition was added to the back. You can't see the addition from the street, so most people who see our house for the first time just see a tiny post war bungalow when they first pull up. However, when you open the front door you can see all the way to the back of the addition and down the stairs to the basement family room. We often get comments very similar to "it's bigger on the inside!"
(Yes, the exterior of my home is rough. So far our remodeling money had been put into the interior sections where we live every day. The exterior is on our list and will be done as soon as we can. I know it's ugly, so try not to comment on that. There isn't anything I can do about it right now, unless you'd like to finance the $20k siding project. Thanks.)