If your Downton Abbey obsession has spun out of control, like a scheme dreamed up by Thomas, or a love affair with a chauffeur, you might as well start shopping for stuff to go with your paper dolls. If a £7,900 day tour is a bit steep, here are some more reasonably priced alternatives to get you started.

Ooh, pretty: A watercolor image of Highclere Castle, the building used to film the show. Perfect for writing a thank-you note after being invited to tea. Downton Abbey greeting cards, $20.

I can't wait until Lady Sibyl becomes a flapper. Until then, I'll consider channelling Lady Mary, perhaps? Black felt hat with grey silk ribbon trim, $73.

Your new mantra. What Would Lady Sybil Do? print, sold unframed, $10.

A funny cross stitch is a perfect way to show your love for the The Dowager Countess. This listing is just for the pattern — it's up to you to add the thread. Nice weekend project? What is a weekend? Downton Abbey Dowager Countess Cross Stitch Pattern, $3.50.

Poor Mr. Bates. He knows so few moments of happiness in between all of his dramz. Keep Calm and Free Mr. Bates - Pocket Mirror, Magnet, Bottle Opener or Pin, $3.50.

Every truly romantic exchange at Downton involves a man's bare hand on a lady's gloved one, or a lady's gloved hand on a man's face. You need gloves. Nothing can be done without gloves. A lady is always begloved! Black elbow length Downton Abbey Gloves, $36.

Don't forget shoes! You need shoes. Downton Abbey clogs, $88.

Last, but not least, a dress appropriate for an elegant dinner or the funeral of a loved one who has succumbed to Spanish flu. Remember, you get bonus points if your ankles are exposed. Gasp! Vintage 1910s dress, $328.