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Weekend Project: 5 Thanksgiving-Themed 3D Prints to Gobble Up Before the Holiday

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by Tyler Koslow
Nov 17, 2018

Weekend Project: 5 Thanksgiving-Themed 3D Prints to Gobble Up Before the Holiday

Thanksgiving is less than a week away. Before you fill your belly up with food, why not fill your home with some Thanksgiving-themed 3D prints! Here are five 3D models to get you inspired.

On Thursday, family and friends from all over will gather around the dinner table (or, depending on your family, around the TV) for Thanksgiving, a festive holiday that typically entails an endless spread of homecooked food and an eventual slumber-inducing food coma.

Before you start basting that turkey, why not spruce up the seasonal vibe of your home or dinner table with some 3D printed Thanksgiving decorations? For today’s Weekend Project, let’s take a look at a handful of 3D printing ideas that you can gobble up before your aunt’s famous stuffing hits the table.

We know the day is right around the corner, so we decided to share five 3D models that are easy to print and sure to make the family smile. So before you unbuckle that, unwind a spool of some Fall-colored filament and get printing!

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Weekend Project: Thanksgiving 3D Prints Thanksgiving Dinner Snap-Out

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Need something decorative to go onto the table alongside your turkey, gravy-smothered mashed potatoes, and stuffing? This 3D printed Thanksgiving Dinner Snap-Out symbolizes everything we know and love about feasting on Thanksgiving.

Inside of this snap-out card you’ll find a living turkey, a cooked turkey, a cornucopia, cranberry sauce, pie, a wishbone, a gravy boat, and a pilgrim hat. You can hang up the entire card or snap out the pieces to share with the family.

Who made it? 3DBROOKLYN

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: Thanksgiving 3D Prints Simple Turkey Puzzle

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Doubling as a fun project for the little ones and a uniquely festive decoration, this fully 3D printed simple turkey puzzle is a great way to celebrate the ultimate symbol of Thanksgiving. This 3D puzzle consists of two turkey legs (caution: do not eat), five feathers, the body, and head, all of which can be easily assembled and paraded around the house like it’s in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Who made it? corben33

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: Thanksgiving 3D Prints Pilgram Hat Card Holder

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Want to make sure the children actually stay seated at the kid’s table this time? Why not 3D print a pilgrim hat card holder. You can use it to assign seats or allow your guest to put what they’re grateful for on display. It’s certainly not large enough to sit on your head as you descend upon Plymouth rock, but this simple, support-free print will add some heart-warming fun to the Thanksgiving dinner table. The designer recommends 3D printing this pilgrim hat with five-percent infill.

Who made it? cerberus333

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: Thanksgiving 3D Prints Thanksgiving Cooke Cutters

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Nothing says Thanksgiving like food, especially if that food just so happens to be a cookie that is shaped like an autumn leaf or turkey. These 3D printed cookie cutters will provide the entire family with seasonally-themed sweet treats.

This set is comprised of various Autumn-y cookie cutter designs, including Chestnuts, Cornucopia, Oak Leaves, Pumpkin, and Turkey. As if that’s not enough to make your tummy rumble, the designer even included a sugar cookie recipe with the 3D files.

Who made it? TeamOliva

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: Thanksgiving 3D Prints The Squash Gobbler

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This one goes out to all the vegetarian and vegan makers who opt of Tofurky over turkey on Thanksgiving. The Squash Gobbler is half gourd, half 3D printed parts, and 100-percent animal-friendly turkey. Using a plump squash and a 3D printed turkey head, tail, legs, and wings, you can create an adorable turkey that is completely meat-free.

The designers recommend printing each section of the turkey with at least 50-percent infill to prevent the posts from breaking. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to squash the beef with all your carnivorous family members.

Who made it? MrKindergarten

Where to download? Thingiverse

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