Alex’s Festive Baubles

I made a thing. And because I love you all, I’m going to share the thing with you. Thing? Things! I’m going to share the things. Here you go: baubles!

Raspberry Pi and Code Club Christmas Decorations

These 3D-printable Raspberry Pi and Code Club decorations are the perfect addition to any Christmas tree this year. And if you don’t have a tree, they’re the perfect non-festive addition to life in general. There’s really no reason to say no.

The .stl files you’ll need to make the baubles are available via MyMiniFactory (Raspberry Pi/Code Club) and Thingiverse (Raspberry Pi/Code Club). They’re published under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 3.0 license. This means that you can make a pile of decorations for your tree and for your friends, though we do have to ask you not to change the designs, as the logos they’re based on are our trademarks.

Here’s a video of the prototype printout being made. If you can help it, try not to use a brim on your print. Brims, though helpful, are a nightmare to remove from the fiddly Pi logo.





Stewart Watkiss avatar

Sounds like an ideal first print for anyone that gets a new 3D printer for Christmas.

Dear Santa – hint, hint…

MIke avatar

Let’s decorate our New-Year Trees with Raspberry Pi Logos – 3D-printed or hand-made with all kinds of materials: plastic, paper, carton, wood, cake, etc!!!

Gnana avatar

What make is the printer?

Sam avatar

I’m printing mine on a Robox 3D printer

alex avatar

i feel alex has done a great job and well thank you i am so happy that there are people who care for other in this horrid world. not only this but i love the colours and well i found it to be beautiful great work alex i wish my friend alex was like you

Helen Lynn avatar

Yes, she has, hasn’t she? We also love Alex and wish more people were like her.

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