Pixelated Christmas Ornaments For Your Retro Christmas Tree – Design You Trust

Pixelated Christmas Ornaments For Your Retro Christmas Tree

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8-Bit ornaments made of Perler Beads were inspired by video games from the ‘80s, created by designer Adam Crockett. They look great on a Christmas tree, especially if you love geeky retro themes!

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