3D Print Your Mother A #1 Mom Pen Holder! #Mother’sDay
Make this cool 3D printed #1 Mom Pencil Holder! via instructables
Got a Mom?
Does your Mom have a desk?
If you answered “Yes” to the above questions you may want to print this.
This is another Faja/Daja home project. My 3yr old daughter saw a picture of Mom’s new cubicle system at work and said “it looks real sad” so we talked about making something special to sit on her desk that she could also use. 30min to design the model, 4.5hrs print time and we are ready to deliver some ABS joy to Mom’s desk! I told my daughter that I would be able to give this to my Mom (Grandma) as well and she doubled in excitement making sure I would tell Grandma that she helped make it too!
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