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Video Game Controller Ornaments Are Very Merry Indeed


With Turkey Day just around the corner, I figured it was safe for me to start mentioning some Christmas geek goodies – and these ones are a great way to get you in a festive mood. I am absolutely in love with these laser-cut video game controller ornaments.


Created by Dave Rollins of Digits (with the help of Ponoko’s laser fabrication services), these acrylic holiday gamer ornaments are the perfect addition to any game geek’s Christmas tree, Hanukkah bush, or Secular shrub.


Each set comes with 7 ornaments, including 2-dimensional cutout versions of Wii, N64, Xbox 360, Dreamcast, NES, PS2 and Sega Genesis controllers. The ornaments each measure between 3 and 4 inches wide, so they’re a bit smaller than the real deals.


They’re available in 6 colors, including red, white, yellow, black, clear, and red-tinted acrylic, and can be found over at Digits’ Ponoko or Etsy shops for $30 to $35 bucks a set.

Buy a bunch and cover your whole tree. I’m hoping next year that Dave will make some matching console ornaments and maybe an Atari paddle controller or two.

Comments (6):

  1. lambert v. says:

    Want! But for some reason I only like the red ones.

  2. Sarah says:

    What is the website where I can buy these?! This is PERFECT for my boyfriend!

  3. technabob says:

    Sarah, click the etsy or ponoko links above to order.

  4. carrie says:

    why does your ad say that 7 ornaments ar 20.00 for the set…and when you try to purchase a set, they then tell you that they are 30.00 i really would like to purchase a set, i think these are really sweet looking. my son would definitely love these.

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