Egg-celent 3d prints for this easter

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Easter is mostly about two things: the easter bunny, and easter eggs (and horrible egg puns). It’s kinda surprising how many things could the 3d printing community come up with, in relation with only these two topics.

 

Eggs have a lovely shape, but they’re prone to roll away. That’s why you need an egg holder! For example, see above this egg-stravagant (oh god, make us stop) armchair for soft boiled eggs (not like they have harms, but anyway).

 

Or, if you want something more cute, check out this sitting chick egg holder. The only problem with it is that I simply wouldn’t have the heart to crack an egg sitting on my plate like this for breakfast…

 

For more agile eggs print these fully poseable robo-legs, and in case you got inspired by our previous post about stop-motion, you might even animate-it!

 

Ok, let’s move on to some egg-citing (maybe we need help), bunny-related prints. You can make a herd of delicious bunnies with this 3d-printable chocolate bunny mold!

 

Or brighten your easter evening with this low-poly remix of the famous Stanford bunny.

 

If you don’t have a hare at hand, but happen to have some other pet around, print these pet-sized bunny ears! Look at that face, he’s loving it!

 

And finally, if you’re the lazy kind, who likes to hit at least two birds with one stone, print this decorative bunny-turkey hybrid table ornament and you’re good ‘til thanksgiving. Maybe a santa’s hat could’ve been added to it, but it’s still great!

Anyways, happy easter, keep on printing great things, and go easy on bad puns.

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