* Gifts and decor for a wonderfully dorky holiday
* Winter holiday swag for Rick and Morty fans, gamers, and sci-fi nerds
* Plus, what might be the dorkiest stocking we’ve ever seen
In the infamous Star Wars Christmas Special, made in 1978, Chewbacca and Princess Leia sing and dance and celebrate an interstellar holiday called “life day.” Seems like the galaxy far, far away’s answer to Seinfeld’s Festivus, but anyway, here are nine of the best sci-fi inspired ways to “dork the halls” for any winter-ish holiday you might celebrate.
1. Mario Wreath
For those who’d rather get into the holiday spirit by playing some classic NES games than by crafting decorations, this Super-Mario themed wreath has you covered.
2. Light Saber String Lights
These Star Wars lightsaber string lights make great decor for when you and whoever you can wrangle into joining you watch the Star Wars Holiday Special from 1978.
Lightsaber String Lights
3. Rick and Morty Stocking
Wish someone a “Merry Rickmas” with this zany Rick and Morty-themed stocking.
Rick and Morty Stocking
4. Death Star Christmas Tree Topper
If you think about it, Darth Vader isn’t that different from the Grinch. This Death Star Christmas tree topper is no angel, but it does light up.
Death Star Tree Topper
5. Fantastic Beasts Niffler Ornament
This Niffler keepsake ornament is here to help you have a fantastic, hopefully not beastly, holiday. Unlike the real Niffler it will not steal all the other stocking stuffers. Hopefully.
6. Star Wars Cookie Cutters
Tired of the same old cookie cutter cookie cutters? Try these Star Wars ones instead and make a gingerbread Yoda, a “chewy” Wookie or snickerdoodle Darth Vader.
Star Wars Cookie Cutters
7. Death Star Disco Ball
That’s no paper moon! It’s a Death Star disco ball. Just the thing for a nerdy New Years party.
Disco Ball Death Star
8. R2-D2 Stocking
This R2 stocking makes the trademark beeping sounds of the Galaxy’s most cheerful droid.
9. Game Controller Ornaments
Apparently, the ancient tradition was to put things that resembled fruit on winter holiday trees, in the hope that the coming year would bring a fruitful harvest. Now you can hang these classic console game controller ornaments in the hope that maybe some really nice games will come out next year.