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This holiday season, there’s going to be lots of wrapping and decorating going on. If you learn how to make a 3D bow with MorphPen, you can add a crafty touch to any of your gifts or home décor. You can even turn these 3D art pen bows into ornaments to trim your tree! (Or make mini bows and turn them into jewelry, hair clips and other gifts). Here are the steps to make a 3D pen bow. 1. Use a Template Print out this template, resize it, or draw your own.   2. Trace and Color Using a New...

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MorphPen is so versatile that you can use it to make your Halloween costume. You can create any type of mask using this simple 3D pen mask form. Need some inspiration? Below are 5 masks that you can make with your 3D pen. Basic 3D Printing Pen Mask Use this mask alone or as a base for a more elaborate costume. Instructions: Draw the outline of the mask on your mold using a marker. Mark the eye holes. Trace over the eye holes and the 3D mask outline with MorphPen, connecting the edges into a framework. Make sure the mask...

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Halloween is coming up, and this year you won’t have to stress about the perfect costume. When you can create a flexible, unique and detailed mask with the 3D printing pen, you can make a statement without worrying about the complexity of the rest of the costume. This year, you won’t have to spend time with the sewing machine, messy papier mâche, or paints. You also don’t have to spend a fortune to create the perfect costume. Just make yourself a 3D printing pen mask, and you’ll be all set for trick or treating. If you've already checked out our...

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Pumpkin spice is everywhere in autumn. Whether or not you’re a fan, you can make some seasonal decorations to place around your home or to use as a centerpiece on your table. You can even enlarge the pattern to make a pumpkin to place outdoors. This one won’t rot or get eaten by squirrels. Start with Slices To make a small version of this pumpkin, use the apple stencil and the orange ABS filament. Trace around each “slice.” Instead of filling in each slice completely, draw curved lines that are parallel to the outer edge. This will give you the...

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