3D printed objects to make your Thanksgiving shine – Part 1

3D printed objects to make your Thanksgiving shine
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Excited about the holiday season? We are too and that’s why today we want to show you some great 3D printed objects for your Thanksgiving. Say goodbye to the crowds and queues on the stores and the supermaket and create your own customizable Thanksgiving feast. So if you are not too much of a cooker, you can now leave the cooking for the masterchefs of the house and help in other ways. Ready for some DIY?

 

 

1. 3D printed Turkey cookie cutter

3D printed objects to make your Thanksgiving shineIf you are a cookie lover, this 3D printed cuter is the one for you. Simply download it on Thingiverse andin a few minutes you’ll get a plastic food-safe cookie cutter that will be the joy of everyone at home. The picture above says it all: it was taken last year by Ian Lee on Thanksgiving day – the turkey cookie cutters was missing and a 3D printedversion saved his day!

 

 

2. 3D printed Turkey drink coaster

3D printed objects to make your Thanksgiving shineMake the perfect Thanksgiving table set, starting with the drink coasters – why should you have a normal one if you can have a turkey version? This 3D printed version is available on Thingiverse and it’s really great to surprise your guests.

 

 

3. 3D printed Wishbone cookie cutter

3D printed objects to make your Thanksgiving shineOn this Thanksgiving everyone can get their wish! Forget the traditional wishbone and make everyone happy with wishbone shaped cookies – for that you just need a 3D printed version of the Wishbone cookie cutter and start the feast!

 

 

4. 3D printed Napkin Ring

3D printed objects to make your Thanksgiving shineWe already have the turkey shaped cookies, the wishbones for everyone and the drink coaster. The table is almost set, only a detail missing: the napkin ring. This 3D printed option keep it simple in an elegant way: instead of using Tanksgiving icons, it uses the name itself. It’s available to buy on Shapeways.

 

 

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