I like having my tools neatly mounted on my workshop wall, so I designed this wall mount holder for my new Veritas Cabinetmaker's Trimming Plane (also known as a chisel plane). It's angled at 15 degrees so the plane sits nicely and stays in place without a magnet or anything. The holder has two screw holes and I used two Kreg 3/4" pocket hole screws to fasten it to the plywood wall. I should mention that I have no relationship with Vertias besides buying their tools, so if this object transforms into a monster lizard and eats your neighbors it's your own fault for buying nuclear printer filament.
I printed this in PLA with a 0.2mm layer height and 15% infill. You'll need to rotate the model 15 degrees in your slicer to put it flat on the bed, and no supports are necessary. This model fits really perfectly with that combination, so if you print with ABS or another material that shrinks at all you might need to scale it up slightly.