Last chirstmas I got a home 3D printer. It's not only useful for designing useful parts for home improvement projects and my robotics hobby, but it's also fun to just print random objects just to see how they turn out and to have them. I hear 3D printing is now becoming mainstream, and I was slightly before the trend. Lucky me.
This christmas my extended family decided that we should just exchange token gifts for fun and not serious gifts that everyone has to agonize about. About time! I'm the youngest of the whole lot and I'm 50. None of us need to be shopping for each other.
So what I did was pick out a few 3D models of ornaments from Thingiverse, the 3D model-sharing website run by Makerbot, one of the major 3D printer companies. These are them: a dodecahedron star, a spiral, and a couple of companion cubes. And for my new-agey sister and her wife I printed a replica of a paleolithic venus figure.
No other commentary. It's all pretty entertaining, and I recommend it.