Well, it’s Christmas Eve and anyone with kids knows what that means: children bouncing off the walls and waiting for Santa to come see them tonight. Santa is also coming to all the good girls and boy of Skyrim, specifically the NPC characters.
Do you know a kid who has been bad this year? Well, you could always teach them a lesson and give them some coal in their stocking. Have your camera ready because they will probably cry – and the internet lives for children’s tears on Christmas morning.
We’ve seen Sauron’s headquarters as a tasty cake. Here it is as a gingerbread house tower. According to Turkulainen, Jarno Koivula and his friend Roy made the menacing model using about 30lb. of gingerbread.
Jarno and Roy made the tasty tower a gingerbread house making competition, which awarded the two as the winners.
‘Tis the season. Even robots are getting into the Christmas spirit this year. This video titled Autonomous Christmas Lab 2014 is all about robots celebrating a human holiday. Not satisfied to just take our jobs, they are taking our holidays now too.
LEGO builder Tyler Sky is back, and this time instead of a Pink Landspeeder, he has delivered Rudolph the red nosed AT-AT. Now, how could any rebel tangle up the legs of something so cute and make it fall down?
Geyser of Awesome co-editor Maika Keuben is a huge Cthulhu fan, so come December she adds a maddening twist to her Holiday decorations. Aside from putting together her ever evolving Cthulhumas tree, Maika also made a Cthulhumas wreath.
A new lighting system on Kickstarter is going to make decorating Christmas trees much easier. Called Aura, it consists of LED balls that are powered wirelessly by an electromagnetic transmitter, which fits inside or at the base of a Christmas tree.
Growing up, we always saw this a glass blower at a booth in the mall on the weekends. It was awesome to see the guy make glass bowls and little figures. I always though it look like a lot of fun, but was very complicated to do.
LEGO builder Chris McVeigh has offered up some cool ornament designs in time for decorating your Christmas tree. Among his designs are these tiny arcade machines right out of the ’80s and a cool Christmas train.
This Games of Christmas Past sweatshirt brings back memories of old school 8-bit gaming, when every game you got for Christmas was a truly treasured. The sweatshirt will warm your heart. Plus, it will keep you warm in the winter months.
Since Groot is a tree-like creature, it only makes sense to put him on top of another tree. He is the perfect Christmas tree topper. DeviantArt user witchcraftywolfen made this awesome Groot tree topper from some basic items.
It’s that time, Christmas decorators. It’s time to get your hands on the geekiest of decorations and start putting up your Christmas tree. You could go for plain white or colored lights, but the geek in you wants something cooler.
Thanksgiving is this week and that means that many folks will be dragging out the Christmas decorations this weekend and putting them up. If you are ready to decorate your Christmas tree and you happen to like science fiction shows, you need this ornament.
TGI Friday’s, which is a name that I hate writing, on account of the fact that the phrase “Thank God It’s Friday” is somehow in possession of something, it’s going to be strapping mistletoe on to quad-rotor drones and hovering them over couples in an attempt to strengthen their immune systems via the germ-sharing act of kissing.
The Christmas season is in full swing with Thanksgiving next week. That means all those decorations that have been in stores since October will start showing up in full force at homes in your neighborhood. If you work in a cubicle and want to make it merry and bright, there are plenty of decorations out there.
Each year we all know people that break out the holiday-themed sweaters and shirts at the first hint of November. I always found that very annoying, especially when the sweaters are so ugly they would make ole St.