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Yoda, R2-D2, BB-8, and more festive finds

Yoda, R2-D2, BB-8, and more festive finds


Star Wars fans don’t get days off, not even for the holidays. 

While the 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special was a bust, Star Wars and holidays still go together, and there’s simply nothing better than getting to infuse your favorite epic space opera franchise with a bit of festive fun. 

Check out our list of Star Wars holiday decor, and may the Happy Holidays be with you.

Outdoor droids

Light-up reindeer are so last lightyear. These familiar characters as lawn ornaments are sure to blast your yard with holiday cheer — and make neighbors jealous.

A tinsel Santa R2-D2 would look adorable in any yard. We’re not sure how Artoo would say Happy Holidays, but it’s probably something along the lines of “beep beep boop.”

Or perhaps a tinsel Santa Yoda is more up your alley? A Merry Christmas, he wishes you.

Though this inflatable AT-AT isn’t actual size (63 feet, to be exact) the combat walker is sure to get some attention. Let’s just hope he doesn’t get tripped up in the Christmas lights and replicate that epic Hoth fall.

PSA: Rudolph has been replaced as the most famous reindeer of all. This inflatable BB-8 is complete with reindeer antlers and a scarf and is the perfect way to celebrate no longer having to wait in agony for The Last Jedi.

How about an inflatable stormtrooper holding a candy cane? (Those are much less dangerous than E-11 blaster rifles.) Seriously, who knew stormtroopers could be so cute?

Indoor droids

Don’t forget about the inside of your home — deck the halls with these galactic items, and feel free to leave them up all year.

Forget a star — top your tree with this Death Star tree topper from Hallmark. It lights up red and blue (and green for the laser, of course) and plays the Star Wars main theme and the Imperial March — classic holiday carols, obviously.

Sweaters are just decorations for your body, right? If you’re going to an ugly sweater party this season, there’s no better way to stand out than with a Darth Vader one that says “I find your lack of cheer disturbing.” You’d think he’d be more of a “Bah humbug” type of guy.

These Santa Yoda lights are slightly ridiculous, but like, also a necessity.

Put a galactic spin on the classic tradition with this Star Wars mini tree set, including a 15-inch blue tree, sparkly garland, and ornaments with classic characters in comic book form. Whether you need a smaller tree for an office or apartment (or your Star Wars decor got the family veto), this is the perfect way to mix your favorite movies and favorite holiday.

Does your stocking make noise? Didn’t think so. This R2-D2 stocking bleeps and bloops when the button near the top is pressed and is shiny, just like him. Bonus: the beeps can double as an alarm to alert you when someone is stuffing (or raiding) your stocking.

Or perhaps, you’re looking for a stocking that’s slightly more subtle — this elegant Yoda stocking will match traditional holiday decor while still letting you showcase your passion. Your Grandma may not even notice that that’s not actually Santa.

This furry decoration is the epitome of warm and fuzzy holiday cheer (don’t worry, it’s just faux fur). At 16″ long, it’s pretty big for a stocking — but then again, what else would you expect from something modeled after a 7’3″ wookiee? This means plenty of room for stocking stuffers of all sizes, or any illegal contraband you may have smuggled.



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