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    15 Tree Toppers You Didn't Know You Needed This Holiday Season

    Whether you prefer crafting or shopping, there's something here for everyone.

    Let's start out easy. You could buy an offbeat tree topper.

    1. Perhaps the easiest to find, Yoda is sold on Amazon.

    2. Find your favorite childhood memory and have Lighter Cases build a theme around it.

    Currently they have over five dozen Perler Christmas options to choose from.

    3. Or let Sweet Silly Chic send a Sorting Hat to watch over gift distribution.

    4. Turn Bumble from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer into a Christmas guardian.

    5. Have a custom steampunk dragon from Red Robin Arts guard your Christmas hoard.

    6. Or go more traditional with a clockwork snowflake.

    7. Even Vulcans celebrate the season.

    You'll have to tell Think Geek you want it restocked though.

    Need your holiday decorations to have a craft flair? No problem!

    8. Top your tree with a crafty Castiel.

    Twitter: @cindi805

    While Cindi doesn't have tutorial, this stuffed angel seems simple to replicate.

    9. Light up your holiday with a homemade Grinch topper.

    With little more than a sewing machine, green vinyl, and these instructions you too can have an illuminated Grinch face.

    10. The Sonic Screwdriver might not do wood, but this TARDIS topper can be yours if you do.

    Using balsa wood, an Xacto knife, and some glue you too can create a festive police box.

    11. Or make the scariest tree topper of all time.

    The step-by-step guide from this Doctor Who blog is so fast and simple.

    12. If you've a penchant for crochet, a Robot Santa could adorn your tree.

    Mostly Nerdy Crochet has everything you need to create your own Futurama Santa.

    13. Or do a whole Katamari themed holiday with a papier-mâché ball.

    The tutorial for the tree topper is here and the matching ornaments over here.

    14. If you know the basics of electrical components, create a fully operational Death Star.

    Follow the step-by-step process over at Instructables.

    15. For the rest of us, a glittery Death Star is way easier.

    Meg from Off Beat Home posted an easy to follow tutorial.