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Snowflake Gift Tag : Negative Cut
by mortinus, published
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Print a tag to match the gift box with receivers initials. Happy Holidays! This is a negative space variant of the original snowflake gift tag.
My inspiration for this came after I spent well over $10 on "artsy" gift-tags of various designs. They look GREAT on the gifts, but I honestly hate throwing them away. It seems like another huge waste that isn't necessary this time of year. So here you have my customized monogram gift tag. I wanted to make something small, beautiful, that was as memorable as something you'd find in the store but that I could print at home. I have put this design through a few changes, but really just to accomodate multiple symbols.
As per suggested, I am entering this in protoparadigm's December Design Contest! I'm so honored that this tag has been used and can spread the joy of the holidays and love of 3D printing at the same time. I hope that you find this gift-tag as fun to print and tie on a gift as I did. Happy Holidays!
Bed Temp: 117 C
Layer Height: .28
Material: ABS (White)
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Snowflake Gift Tag : Negative Cut by mortinus is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial - No Derivatives license.
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