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#3DPrint your own Christmas!

The current state of most 3D Printers is that they can relatively quickly print plastic models up to about 200mm x 200mm x 200mm. The designers on 3DShare have shown this year that this does not limit the levels of creativity and many of them have though outside of this box!

But when it comes to the holiday season, lots of people want customized decorations, figurines and gifts – this is where your 3D printer shines!

For this reason we have highlighted a few from some of our favorite designers to help you get going this weekend.

The Xmas Survival Kit by Castomized

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This awesome little fix together Christmas Tree prints as one single and fast to print object. Then you just need to separate the pieces and snap them together. The dimensions of the kit are 128mm x 88mm but you can scale it to make your Xmas even bigger! We think it looks pretty cool too!

Christmas Trees by Yann

Get decorating the tree this weekend with some festive trees. Obviously you can pick your own colours, be we think warm festive colours really work here. Don’t feel like leaving the house to go shopping for decorations, we’ve got all your answers right here!

Christmas Clips by Castomized

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These Christmassy clips are super fun and super useful. They print fast so they can be gifts or fun things for the office!

Christmas Tree Star by Kevin Gallagher

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While we’re on the subject of decorating the tree, you’ll need something to top it off. Stars are always a classy and traditional way to top off a tree. The white example here really looks cool. Another quick print to save you time and money J

Mother Christmas by Panda

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The holidays are a great time for mischief. Every family has some interesting ornaments that have been passed down through the years, now is the chance to start yours! Mrs Claus is a cheeky twist on traditional decorations, guaranteed to be a conversation starter!

As usual, these kind of things inspire us on a daily basis and we can’t wait to see what models come out of the minds of our designers next! Please join the conversation to let us know your thoughts, or how you’d like to see the platform develop to empower you as a user, or catch up with us on twitter, facebook or google+.

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