This year, you can make a batch of fresh DIY projects just in time for the holiday season. Here’s 5 projects you can make with the help of a 3D printer and some electronics from Adafruit.
Dr Who fans can illuminate their fandom and Christmas tree with a tiny 3D printed TARDIS. This simple circuit uses a few LED sequins and a coin cell battery holder.
Mario question block emits a retro infused scent into the air by invoking a crisp 8bit chime. Trinket mini and piezo make this mysterious ornament into a block of nostalgic feels.
Scrolling mario clouds turn any tree into a glorified high tech decoration envious of any gamer. Our tiny 1.3′ OLED display and Pro Trinket are mixed together to make a cozy circuit.
Embody the essence of celebration with the flavor of flying toasters. Pro Trinket and mini TFT display make a cute circuit casserole wrapped in a PLA crust.
Celebrate your love for adventure time with an angelic BMO. Gift wrap GEMMA and an LED matrix backpack to deck the halls with open source cheer.
3D Printed LED Tree Topper!
Go all out and print out your tree topper with transparent PLA. Light up the Adafruit symbol with NeoPixel LED strip, GEMMA and battery.
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The Adafruit Learning System for more cheerful project ideas – Remember you can turn any project into a holiday theme with a little creativity. Adafruit Holiday Shipping Deadlines 2014
Here are your 2014 shipping deadlines for ordering from Adafruit. Please review our shipping section if you have specific questions on how and where we ship worldwide for this holiday season.
The Adafruit Shipping Department works hard to get your orders out as quickly as we can, but once they’re in the hands of our carriers they’re out of our control.
Carriers have been struggling to keep up with the sharp rise in online orders. Last year UPS, FedEX, and USPS all experienced delivery
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