This is a hybrid Voronoi Christmas Angel, designed to sit on top of an artificial Christmas tree or as a standalone ornament.
As artificial trees have little stiffness at the top due to their wire frame, I designed this angel to be as light as I could.
The model can be printed in one piece and is a good test of the capabilities of any printer.
The perfect partner to the Voronoi Christmas tree: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2680747
The last few layers are a little nerve-wracking, see this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTHevr8EN9o&t=18s
I've included 2 models; one with a hoop, the other with a hole in the bottom allow fitment to the top of the tree. I was hoping to print a smaller model to hang as a decoration, but haven't had any success yet!
For the best effect, thread 3 or 4 LED fairy lights inside the fairy to light it up from inside - for once the stringiness helps as it diffuses the light.
Merry Christmas and happy new year!
I scaled the angel to 88% as this still gives a decent sized model but reduces the print time down to 8.25hrs.
Some sanding required post print, depending on filament
Depending on how stringy your PLA is, you may need to sand down your model after printing, or give it a quick blast with a heat gun.
Don't be too over zealous with it though, I deformed my first model quite badly by over application of heat.
Result of over eager heating!
Designed on Fusion 360, modified on Voronator and merged in Blender