Heart-Shaped Love Trap #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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In the immortal words of Admiral Ackbar, “Love comes once and when it comes you’ve got to grab it fast ’cause sometimes the love you grab ain’t gonna last and I believe I musta, You know I think I musta, You know baby I think I musta, You know I think I musta, I musta got lost.”

Wait, no, that was J. Geils.

Admiral Ackbar said, “It’s a trap!”

They both apply to this design.

These heart-shaped traps are just in time for Valentine’s Day and come in four varieties: “Be Mine,” “Love,” a heart emblem, and blank for the placement of your own bait… er, design. The trap is not functional, it is simply decorative. All four models are included.

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