Corona Lock down Diaries – 3D Printing – Christmas thingymajig.

We isolate now so that when we gather again no one is missing…

Okay so I’m not technically locked down. Well not like I was before. That said I might be I really have no idea and find it all rather confusing most days so choose for the most part to remain at home where there are snacks and internet and things that don’t try to kill you.

Now I’ve probably not been printing as much as I ought to have and am putting that right presently but I thought I would share with you a little something I printed just today.

Now this is our Christmas tree.

It is a bit random and uncoordinated but that is because almost every bauble and trinket is something special collected over 20 year or so. There are things from before Mrs Afterwards and I were married, various unrecognisable ‘things’ the boys brought home at some point and a wide assortment of pretties we picked up on numerous travels. All lovely memories.

Today I printed this one for 2020. I will paint it gold I think and pop it on the tree tonight…

Screw you 2020!

Author: Michael

Husband, dad,programmer, comic collector and proud Yorkshireman. I have no idea why im here or why im writing but i rather enjoy it. no great fan of punctuation;

10 thoughts on “Corona Lock down Diaries – 3D Printing – Christmas thingymajig.”

  1. I think printing another ornament is in order. Your parting words here: “Screw you 2020” would make a lovely companion piece. A very Merry Christmas to you, Mrs. Afterwards, the Afterwards boys, and your little dog, too.

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  2. You may have a market for that ornament Michael. Either on Twitter or Facebook, an ad for an ornament consisting of a mask-wearing Santa holding a little bottle of hand sanitizer keeps showing up in my feed. I like your tree and the ornaments are more special when they are collected through the years and then hung on the family tree in my opinion.

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