Make #7 - Tree Light

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Make #7 - Tree Light by faberdasher Dec 7, 2013


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This little tree will shine a light into your home. Designed to work with an LED tea-light it will add a gentle glow to your Christmas collection.

Faberdashery are releasing daily, seasonal designs for you to print and enjoy. Join in the fun with our 25 Days of Making! This is Make #7 of 25.


Slice with 2 shells (/perimeters) and 0% infill (the Tree Light is designed to be self supporting). At coarse resolution (0.3mm), you will find prints extra shimmer (and print quicker!).
Created in stunning Faberdashery Pearly White PLA^.

Object requires ~12g of material (~2m of 3mm / ~5m of 1.75mm filament). Place an LED 'Tea Light' (~38mm dia.) inside the hollow base (available on ebay), or for a simple hanging tree decoration, we've provided a smaller version.

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Where can I purchase these lights?

You can print your own tea light:


LED Light Clip
by walter

We got ours off ebay but they're available in many department and home stores (e.g. Ikea). Google: "LED Tea Lights".

Love it! Thank you!!!!