This holiday season, show your guests that you have been touched by his noodly appendage with this tree centerpiece!

Can I get a RAMEN!?

Now as a lit ornament!

Step 1: Materials

Sheet of Yellow Foam (1 long sheet)
Foam Spheres (2)
Googly Eyes or slightly smaller foam spheres

Razor Blade for cutting
Straight Edge
Small pins for setting
Hot Glue

You'll also need a wire hangar and some heavy duty wire cutters to make eye stalks.

I've been giving these out each year since reading your instructable & they're always popular! I've altered the material list slightly using yellow pipe cleaners for the wire, red puffballs instead of foam and sliced up lengths of Shamwow for the noodles. Thanks so much for something that's given so much pleasure over such a long period of time. Ramen Terry
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Not a bad idea...<br /> Might traumatize some neighbors (I live right near three different church denominations, as well as two Jehovah's witnesses and one scientologist neighbors...<br />
&nbsp;D: You poor thing.
Eh, it used to be worse - our local Baptist sections are trying to buy the entirety of my street, but a few years ago all three churches were competing directly.&nbsp; The petitioners and solicitors were like locusts...<br />
awesome!!! can't wait to make my own fsm!!<br />
RAmen, Brother.<br /> <br /> May his noodliness be with you, always. For surely you've been touched by his holy appendages.<br />
Be that a pirate ship?<br />
Yarr indeed! We be a merry crew of deck swabbers!<br />
Gyar. He who is noodly shows his appreciation of yer pirate ship and respects paid to Him.<br />
Yarr, may yer noodles forevarr be delishus an' yer meatballs be rich&nbsp; an' juicy.<br /> <br /> (long-time Pastafarian here, RAmen!)<br />
That is insanely awesome! <br /> RAmen!
&nbsp;I love it!! I wish I had thought of it first. &nbsp;Goes on me tree next year.
This cant be a serious religion can it?!&nbsp;IS&nbsp;IT?!?<br />
&nbsp;Sure is! &nbsp;lol
The pertinent question here is.... How serious is your religion with respect to disparaging intolerance... If the answer is very serious, then of course it's serious (and perhaps I'm offended you would ask such a preposterous question).<br /> <br /> On the other hand, if your religion is okay with you being intolerant, than I ask the same question: &quot;Your religion can't be serious? Can it?&quot;<br />
no disrespect intended comrade. Since your religion has the words &quot;flying&quot;, &quot;spaghetti&quot;, and &quot;monster&quot; i would assume this was all one preposterously over-scaled joke. Assuming that you are quite serious, then I&nbsp;question your sanity. My religion is very tolerant of other religions we respect all religions&nbsp;(including yours) but respect ends where cruelty begins. Also, My religion is very serious, we have several un-explained miracles (we dont proclaim anything a miracle until it goes through several scientific analysis processes that proclaim it &quot;unexplainable&quot;). I may be ignorant but I havent heard of any miracles about the flying spaghetti monster.<br /> <br />
There's no need for personal attacks on sanity ;) While some have gauged my personality against a normalized personality prototype, you are in no position to question neither personality nor sanity ;)<br /> <br /> <br /> This being said, there have been several miracles this season - especially with the recent deluge of snow in the north east. However this is neither here nor there as religion (any religion) is not defined by it's miracles (if any). Perhaps the <a href="http://wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn?s=religion" rel="nofollow">Princeton WordNet</a> dictionary can explain better:<br /> <br /> &quot;a strong belief in a supernatural power <strong>or</strong> powers that control human destiny&quot;<br /> <br /> Emphasis my own ;)<br /> <br /> <br />
I see. Good luck with that. <br />
<a href="http://www.venganza.org/2009/12/16/instructables-fsm-tree-topper/" rel="nofollow">Look where you showed up!</a><br />
You absolute rotter!<br /> There I&nbsp;was, working on my entry for the Chrissy contest and now I&nbsp;have to make one of these.&nbsp; The angel on top of the tree is looking a bit tired and due for retirement and this will make a fine replacement.<br /> I need to go to the craft shop anyway so add yellow foam to the list.&nbsp; Just one modification . . . The ball on the right is unlit, the one on the right has a red wide angle LED&nbsp;inside.&nbsp; I&nbsp;think His Holy Tentacleness would approve ;&not;)<br />
Excellent work!<br />
very nicely done.<br />
Great job! &nbsp;A definite must for us Pastafarians!&nbsp;:D<br /> <br /> &nbsp;
This is very odd.....but i like it. nice job.....too bad i already have an angel as my tree topper. i wonder where it is......got to get that on the tree
Nice deity.<br /> <br /> L<br />
Yarr, sez I. That be a fine tribute to yon maker.<br />
WIN!<br />
Great work; That's hilarious =D<br />

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