Even though today is a day that should come with rest, relaxation and no time spent on this website, I just can’t stop myself from sharing this with all of you. I have received many gifts in my day — including the gift or wordiness — but this box delivered unto me by the lovely Kayla Kromer takes the cake. It is a custom-made Borg Cube gift box, modeled after the famous ship of Star Trek: The Next Generation fame. As you know, I do love me some Star Trek, be it from the original series, the next generation or the most recent J.J. Abrams-led incarnation. So this struck a chord and made me feel all warm inside. And here’s the best news: if you have someone on your gift-giving list that also loves Trek and all her versions, Kayla has put together an easy-to-follow guide to making your own Borg Cube box.

Just head over to Lounge Geeks and be crafty.

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