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Don’t go outside to make a snowman. It’s cold out there! Stay inside and make a Meatball Snowman like the guys from DudeFoods did instead:


"The meatball snowman started with a package of ground chuck that I bought from Sam’s Club. I then added some eggs and breadcrumbs to the meat to help it stay together while it was being cooked, formed it into three giant meatballs and tossed them in the oven.
Once the meatballs were done cooking I went to work decorating the snowman. I originally planned to hold him together using toothpicks, but due to the sheer size of this thing I ended up using some kabob sticks that I had left over from grilling out in my back yard this past summer.
As soon as I had the meatballs stacked up I went to work decorating the meatball snowman with Parmesan cheese to give him a nice snow effect, a bacon scarf, hot dog arms, a top hat and a nose that I carved out of a chunk of Velveeta and tomato eyes and buttons.”


[via Neatorama]

Don’t go outside to make a snowman. It’s cold out there! Stay inside and make a Meatball Snowman like the guys from DudeFoods did instead:

"The meatball snowman started with a package of ground chuck that I bought from Sam’s Club. I then added some eggs and breadcrumbs to the meat to help it stay together while it was being cooked, formed it into three giant meatballs and tossed them in the oven.

Once the meatballs were done cooking I went to work decorating the snowman. I originally planned to hold him together using toothpicks, but due to the sheer size of this thing I ended up using some kabob sticks that I had left over from grilling out in my back yard this past summer.

As soon as I had the meatballs stacked up I went to work decorating the meatball snowman with Parmesan cheese to give him a nice snow effect, a bacon scarf, hot dog arms, a top hat and a nose that I carved out of a chunk of Velveeta and tomato eyes and buttons.”

[via Neatorama]

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SadDaysCrochet created this awesome Dwarven Helm as a present for her brother.

"The helm I based directly on the helm that Gimli wears in the Lord of the Rings movies, the beard was my own design with massive creative input from my brother. Helm has a lovely fleece interior and beard attaches and detaches with large snaps. The rest is mithril."

[via Obvious Winner]

SadDaysCrochet created this awesome Dwarven Helm as a present for her brother.

"The helm I based directly on the helm that Gimli wears in the Lord of the Rings movies, the beard was my own design with massive creative input from my brother. Helm has a lovely fleece interior and beard attaches and detaches with large snaps. The rest is mithril."

[via Obvious Winner]

If the pattern on this knit beanie looks familiar to you and makes you feel vaguely anxious, that’s probably because it is based on carpet inside the Overlook Hotel as seen in Stanley Kubrick’s awesome 1980 horror film The Shining, based on Stephen King’s awesome novel with the same title.

This is the limited edition Weir Overlook Special Edition beanie by Casualco.com. You’ll be able to order them here, starting next month. But don’t be surprised if walking around with this hat on your head causes sinister pairs of twins to appear with invitations to “come play with us…”

[via Geekologie]

Behold the Beardo beard hat, created by Canadian snowboarder Jeff Phillips, who loves playing outside in winter, but does not enjoy having a cold face. 

Jeff has been chasing perfect powder runs all around the globe and came up with the first make-shift Beardo in Whistler, B.C while at the Blackcomb mountain summit, at 7th heaven. Though this very first prototype was made using an old knit scarf and far from perfect, it has been severely refined (not thanks to Jeff’s horrible knitting skills!) to the innovative and fully patented design that you see today.”

Keep your face warm while sporting a handsome knitted beard. What’s not to love? Order a Beardo beard hat for yourself or a friend over on the Beardo website.

[via Clutter]

We love this gif for its pure McPhee-style weirdness, for the inclusion of a red fez, and because, as much as we like it, we never get to see enough people dancing whilst wearing raw turkeys on their heads. Usually they only show up in our dreams.
If you would like to recreate this moment on Thanksgiving, you should use our Clumsy Cook Turkey Mask as a more sanitary alternative to an actual turkey.
[via Scribble Junkies]

We love this gif for its pure McPhee-style weirdness, for the inclusion of a red fez, and because, as much as we like it, we never get to see enough people dancing whilst wearing raw turkeys on their heads. Usually they only show up in our dreams.

If you would like to recreate this moment on Thanksgiving, you should use our Clumsy Cook Turkey Mask as a more sanitary alternative to an actual turkey.

[via Scribble Junkies]