HE was made and placed next to the Christmas tree at my university.
I just wanted to share the joy that my Girlfriend made for me this festive holiday season. To everyone I wish peace, love, and pasta!
Attached is a picture of my humble attempt to recreate His Noodly Perfection in hand-felted wool for a friend’s FSMmas card.
Jennifer’s tree topper
I spent this Christmas with my family at my Catholic grandparents’ house. Little did they know, while they had a ceramic nativity scene displayed beneath their tree, a tree topper in honor of His Noodliness sat atop ours.
My mostly Christian of coworkers made this wonderful image of his noodlines for me so that I would not feel left out during the season. He is made from office and break room supplies. I will forever cherish this.
Wow, this is genuinely touching. Is it just me or have Christians embraced the FSM this Season?
Buck and family’s display:
Buddha rejoicing as sweet little 8 pound 6 ounce baby Jesus is touched by HIS Noodly Appendage.
That Just Happened! (and by "just" we mean many many years ago and by "happened" we mean without a single scrap of verifiable evidence.)
This was on the Christmas tree on our base in Leogane, Haiti.
This stuffed FSM miraculously appeared under our ChriFSMas tree to spread His Good Word. As you can see, my husband was very happy about it :) It took several woman-hours to bring His Noddliness to life, but the expression on my husbands face was worth it! ;)
RyAn aka Ryan & Anita
So last Friday was the annual gift exchange / secret Santa at my work. Unbeknownst to me, my CFO had selected my name from the hat. Now you should know, this man is a moderate conservative and a life-long Christian and knows full well my adherence to Pastafarianism. He had me open my gift in front of the entire company. I opened it to find the Nativity you see here… complete with baby Flying Spaghetti Monster in the manger. What makes it even better is his description of what it took to chisel the baby Jesus out of the box. He says it finally broke free and the little bugger went flying across the room.
I guess it goes to show that level-headed, even-keeled people exist in all parts of the spectrum.
Your CFO sounds like a great guy. What an uplifiting FSMas story. Thanks for sharing.
FSMas is approaching and I have not yet posted all of the Holiday decorations sent in. So I’ll start posting them in batches. Here are some wonderful ones:
I am a Pastafarian in Portland, Maine. This year I made a lovely Chrifsmas wreath and I thought I’d send in. I hope you enjoy! My wreath is decorated with Penne, Tri-Color Rotini, and some Annie’s Peace Pasta with yarn, buttons, wire and puff balls idol of the FSM Himself.
May His Noodliness be with you this Chrifsmas and throughout the year,
I made this FSM ornament for a wonderful friend of mine. Here he is in all his noodley glory in our tree, next to a few other home made creations, and an official White House ornament ;)
Happy Pastamas, everyone!
– Jamie Lyn
Hi from Oprahland [Australia]
Even faraway in Perth Western Australia we are touched by his noodly appendage!
To celebrate Christ[less]mas we made our own Holy Flying Spaghetti Monsters.
We are not worthy of his delicious goodness but offer up
this humble sacrifice of love and several minutes work by a father and daughter team.
Glory be his
Terry and Sophie Bell 
I just wanted to share some pictures from the recent Holiday celebration my friends and I held. :)
The first is a FSM cake decoration I made from sculpey.
Next we have tiny FSM chilling on the cake in his proper place.
Last two are our table. We decided to celebrate by symbolically eating his flesh and blood. And cake. Rum cake.
Made by Kevin Clarke, Strawbs Bar, Leeds, England.
Praise be Ramen!!
My wife made — He is knitted. (attached)
I made a likeness of his Awesomeness, The Flying Spaghetti Monster, so he might take his rightful place on top the Christmas tree. I used play-doh.
Carrie from SoCal
Enjoy! Merry FSMas from crappy northern Virginia!
Greetings from Montana. I thought I’d send in a picture of my lovely noodley tree topper. He even lights up. May his noodley appendages bless us all.
Hello! Here’s our xmas tree this year.
Adria’s FSMas tree
My knitting needles, straight and true like spaghetti right out of the box, seemed possessed by His Noodly Goodness. And now, he adorns our holiday tree as the tree-topper. It is true that the rest of the tree is now bare — but we expect the Three Wise Pirates, together with some small Edams, Cheddars, and Swisses (the Little Baby Cheeses) to further adorn the tree before Sostice-tide.