Just in time for Halloween, I made this 3D-printed Halloween tree stump LED candle holder. Designed to be easy to print, and it creates a unique Halloween decoration, that is not quite like the traditional Jack-O-Lanterns.
The tree stump perfectly fits an LED candle, which gives out a small, however spooky, light.
I made an Instructable on how I designed it, and how you can make it. Feel free to check it out: https://www.instructables.com/3D-Printed-Halloween-Tree-Stump-LED-Candle-Holder/
I hope you like this design, and if you do, I would very much appreciate it if you wised me best of luck in the Halloween-contest on Instructables.
Also feel free to follow me on Instagram and Twitter (@Anders644PI) to keep you updated with what I make.
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