These make me happy. I have lots more – I’ll add them asap.
From Sharon in Milwaukie:
I just wanted to email and share my and my fiance’s Holiday Tree complete with FSM tree topper. Please see the attached pictures. Have a Happy Holiday!
I wanted to send you pictures of the lovely FSM holiday tree my son and I designed and decorated today.
As has been noted previously in blog discussions, it is possible that Christian usage of the “ball”-type ornament to decorate their holiday trees actually originated as an homage to His divine meatballs and that the garlands or strands of lights used on Christian holiday trees are in fact merely a representation of His noodly appendages. With that in mind, my son Brian and I used white rope lights draped vertically to resemble pasta, and ornament-balls in several meatball-type colors (reds, browns, bronzes).
The tree topper is handmade by Brian, as are the other FSM ornaments on this holiday tree. FYI: I took the pictures today but intend to obtain a pirate flag tomorrow for use as a tree “skirt.”
We really hope you enjoy this. So far, the response has been positive and everyone has respectfully allowed us the freedom to express our religious beliefs at this special time of year.
Thanks for your time.
Here are pictures of some of our ornaments that will adorn our Holiday tree, as well as a wreath for our front door.
Here are some shots of the FSM tree topper I made this year for the holidays.
Hope you and the other faithful enjoy!
Under normal circumstances, there’s a pirate fish in my window. However, my roommate and I decided to decorate our dorm room for the holidays, and I felt obligated, seeing as we’re on the first floor and all.
Hi, I just wanted to send you a picture of the Merry Christmas and Happy Noodle Year—FSM that I made as a holiday decoration. It’s hanging on the side of my house, holding a banner that says, “Merry Christmas and Happy Noodle Year!” The picture was taken before the banner was hung, but ENJOY!
From a Pastafarian who wishes to remain anonymous:
Hi Everybody, I live in Mexico and I have a 4 year old son, and he wanted a star on the tree, but I told him we are not going to put a star … instead we are puting a FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER! ohhh and he was so happy we put it together with some shoe laces, brown paper and white glue, I told heim we are the only ones here in Morelia(where I live that have a FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER!!!!