A classic scenario of family life: making decoration for festive holiday days.
Surely a nice idea, but in reality the whole thing looks like this:
Child 1 lost his appetite after ten minutes. In addition to a lot of paper waste, it also leaves a few lasting marks on the kitchen table.
Meanwhile, Child 2 destroys eggs worth a small fortune.
An hour later, you sit alone and the home to be decorated looks as if Godzilla has surprised you with a spontaneous weekend break. Fantastic!
Granted — a slightly exaggerated example. But the basic problem is well known. As a technology-savvy person you wonder:
Isn’t there another way?
The simple answer: Sure, thanks to 3D printing. So it’s time to say goodbye to small household accidents with scissors and hot glue gun. We welcome instead:
CAD program, 3D scan and 3D printing — the repertoire of maker hobbyists.
To make the project “Easter Bunny 4.0” easier for you, we put together some print templates from Thingiverse for Easter.
1. The classic: Stanford-Bunnies
Who would have thought that this 3D test model of the 90s ends up as a decorative article at your home? There are countless 3D models of this animal on the internet. So you have the free choice and can choose from different designs.
3 different models of easter bunnies as CAD
Here you can find links to various Stanford Bunnies on Thingiverse.
2. Everything about the Easter eggs
Biologically questionable, but the absolute the absolute evergreen for Easter (including an Eggcup):
- EDGEdesign: Variations from the Easter egg
- Jeromemaurey: The “Easter Bunny Egg Hünerfuß Ding”
- Nastjaaa: The DIY Egg Cup
3. Biscuit shapes
3D printers can unfortunately not bake for you so far – we will see in future. If you still want to get your hands “dirty” or enjoy baking, you can print out the bakeware with these “templates”:
As you can see, in recent years you would have saved yourself a lot of work, frustration and “accidents”.
If, however, there was still nothing for you to do under these suggestions, you can also do your own research under this link: https://www.thingiverse.com/
We wish you a lot of fun and success in printing!
Did you try one of these artworks? Then share your experiences in the comments with us!