As the holidays draw near, why not deck your halls with these 3D printable Christmas decorations. Ho ho ho!
Looking to spice up your Christmas tree this year? Why shop for ornaments when you could 3D print your own? Get inspired with these 10 3D printed Christmas ornaments!
It's the most wonderful time of the year, and you know what that means: it's time for some Christmas lights! Here are five different 3D printing projects to help jumpstart your decorative planning this holiday season.
Lithuanian researchers from Vilnius Gediminas Technical University have 3D printed the world's smallest nativity scene. The nanoscale-sized gift was given to Pope Francis for Christmas.
Ready to deck the halls this festive season? For every Star Wars fan, this 3D printed BB-8 ornament is the perfect decoration for your Christmas tree.
This snow globe looks like an ordinary Christmas decoration. In truth, it has magical Twitter powers thanks to 3D printing and Raspberry Pi.
BMW celebrates the holiday season and 3D printing technology by releasing STL files of its iconic logo, the famous BMW Welt, a set of wheels, and more.
A homemade software called gDraw allows you to sketch a design in 2D and then create a G-Code file that can be 3D printed - perfect for thank you cards.
This is a 3D printed doner kebab Christmas tree ornament. But because it's made in Canada, you have to call it a donair. Semantics, eh?
AKQA partners with Monash University to 3D print Christmas decorations and raise money to fund a cure for muscular dystrophy.
The festive season provides one creative couple an opportunity to flex their Maker muscles; Santa's Shop is an animatronic box of delights.
Shapeways release their 2015 holiday gift guide, featuring hundreds of 3D printed presents for your loved ones. These are our top choices.
Plan B, UK-based climate change activists, have partnered with ad folks at Martin Agency to release quirky snow-less snow globes.
This year, Vancouver local Megan Barker explored a new dimension in festivity; she used her 3D printer to create all her Christmas presents.
3D printed art installation in collaboration with Sir David Attenborough replaces traditional Xmas tree at Aqua Shard restaurant in London.
Stories abound of 3D printers gathering dust from last Christmas. Don't buy a 3D printer if you're not prepared to learn how to use it.