Buyer's Guide to Steampunk Christmas Ornaments

Categories: Steampunk
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Mike Savad of Suburban Scenes crafted this incredibly beautiful ornament he calls Infinite Time. It mixes clock imagery with an Escher-like spiral to create a Wellsian image of time in flux. He also sells posters of the image.


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This is a nice trio of ornaments from Friston Ho'okano, a floral designer by trade. He laser cuts his wooden fa├žade ornaments, then hand paints them to make a nice still subject of various steampunk imagery. Check out his amazing rings and goggle sets while you're there.


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Tracy Alden at Art Resurrected isn't selling these amazing little airship ornaments, but she is more than willing to teach you how to make one! It looks like I would take a deft hand with models to make it happen, but the beauty of the finished product speaks for itself. Plus, what steampunk Christmas tree wouldn't have an airship ornament?


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Jen at Epbots put together a handy guide to all kinds of things you can do with your Christmas tree to make it steampunk, but it's the electric light at the top that I like the best. All the materials are easily available from Lowes and the Dollar Store, so there's no excuse not to give it a shot.


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