These are the final files for making 200 unique wedding favor ornaments so that you can do something similar. It is meant to have each wedding favor have a unique name, similar to a prayer intention, and each guest will receive one unique to them.
I didn't want to create all them "manually" using OpenScad so with some amazing hand-holding by Arthur C. Shaw III from this request in G+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/108934380839681630540/posts/1KXvxKhZGi8
mostly he created a command-line python program that will create all 200 without any intervention. Everything is placed in the zip file, including the specialized font that I also created.
The main difference between this and intermediate is that this has better font and spacing through trial and error as well as I removed our wedding info on the back so you didn't have to remove that yourself.
First, I took an amazing SVG from images by heatherm: http://imagesbyheatherm.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/filigree-heart-svg-repost-with-updated-file/ and extruded it. I then put a backing on it by copying the svg, erasing the filigree, and then extruding the outline. I sandwiched them together in Tinkercad. I made that object a module in OpenSCAD using an STL to module converter by Riham.
I created a more script-like font (although it is technically monospaced), for use with write.scad (thank you HarlanDMiii for the tool and the troubleshooting) and did a little OpenSCAD "scripting" to have each word display correctly within the heart.
Then we packaged that all up into a python script that would create STL's from OpenSCAD's command line function and using the weddinglist.txt file to run through all 200 words while I watched Continuum. I got to the episode where...just kidding, no spoilers but I got through about 4 episodes while it was running.
Thank you everyone for your help. This was clearly a mash-up of a lot of different ideas that will hopefully show people the amazing things that can ONLY be done with a 3D printer. Can you imagine making 200 molds?