12 Ways to Show Your Inner Geek Over the Festive Season

Adele Shotton-Pugh | Posted
Geeks of all ages love the festive season as much as the next person; however to really show your inner geek this Christmas make sure your festive décor shows just how geeky you really are!   Christmas tree ornaments made out of micro chip circuit boards

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Old circuit boards make great tree ornaments when they're cut into traditional festive shapes.   Metal gear cogs hung on a tree as Christmas decorations

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Little brass cogs and wheel will twinkle on your Christmas tree.   A small Lego Star Wars Death Star Christmas tree ornament

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Build your own Lego tree decorations.   Circuit boards hung on a tree as decorations

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Old memory cards can also be decked with bows to add festive cheer to your tree.   Computer components and circuit boards used to make Christmas door wreath

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Make a unique door wreath from old computer parts.   Two homemade round Christmas baubles, one made to look like R2D2 and the other C3PO

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Geek-up tree baubles to reflect your inner geek.   Santas red hat with Yoda's ears on the side

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Let the force be with you; if you're going to wear a Santa hat make sure it's a Yoda one!   A small cushion Christmas tree decoration that shows three symbols from the periodic tables, spelling out N-ER-DY

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Use the periodic table to make your own 'nerdy' ornament.   A Christmas themed Dalek, and a pile of computer monitors made to look like a Christmas tree

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Don't want a traditional style of tree?No worries, make your own from piles of old computers, bottles or give your 'tree' a Dalek makeover.   Star Wars themed Christmas card, reading: Merry Christmas My Young Apprentice

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Don't forget to send geeky cards to family and friends.   Front garden glowing Christmas ornaments of R2D2, Yoda and Darth Vader

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Show your neighbours just how geeky you are with large Star Wars outdoor illuminated figures on your front garden.   A cake made to look like a scene from A Nightmare Before Christmas, with Jack, Sally and Zero the ghost dog

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Don't opt for a conventional Christmas cake – choose 'A Night Before Christmas' theme instead.

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