Other pumpkin prints where either too big or too small so I designed a new one.
It fits 100 pixels, so you could use 2×50 strings or 1×100 string.
There are 2 versions included. The regular one is for smaller beds and consists of 11 pieces. The files that are named BIGGER PART are for the bigger beds. They both need the same top file.
I added the xlights model to the files, it seems to be mirrored so you have to change that in xlights itself.
Print at own risk 😉
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4924358
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