The last couple of days we explained you how to create your own Christmas Ornaments on a 3D printer. Because Christmas is a feast with a lot of food, it’s cool to also learn how to bake your own Christmas cookies on such a 3D Printer. In fact it’s very easy, because everything you need is online on sites such as Thingiverse and YouTube.
Thingiverse is a website on which do-it-yourselfers can upload their own 3D printing files in order to make it possible for everyone to create the same objects with a 3D printer. You can find lots of objects on these websites, but also Christmas cookies. Let’s take a look at what the do-it-yourselfers at Thingiverse have to offer us.
The first set of cookies we expose here is pictured above. It’s a train set of Christmas cookies, made by Daniel Noree. Last year he came up with the Jolly Rodger Christmas cookies, which looked a little bit scary for being Christmas cookies, honestly. However, in October 2013 he came up with this new “train set” of cookies, which is probably a better idea for a family event such as Christmas.
You can also try something completely different. FabLab from Berlin has come up with cookies shaped like Tetris forms. We don’t know if this still looks tasty or not, but you can not deny that these shapes look kind of funny. And ‘fun’, that’s what Christmas should be all about, right?
Last year Ralf Holleis made a video on 3D printing cookies, in which he shows you how to make 3D printed cookies on a 3D printer. Check out his video and find out how a do-it-yourselfer creates his own 3D printed cookies. The principles are easy: just download a file on Thingiverse.com and print out these cookies on your own 3D printer. Everyone’s a baker!