Hi everyone. Today, at “Home Design Ideas” I will write about 3D printing and children’s drawings? The relation? What if you could transform your children’s drawings into decor objects? Good and cute idea!

With 3D printing you can do just that. You can create personalized decor accessories that will be a fantastic addition to your home, especially in your kid’s rooms.

I found an article on this blog “The Opsis” and i just fell in love with the idea of turning my children’s cute drawings into beautiful sculptures that can give a unique decor touch into my house.

Find the whole story HERE.

I will give you the link to “The Opsis” blog where the whole process is explained and share with you the fantastic result of transforming children’s drawing into decor objects through printing.

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As you can see, turning your children’s drawings into decor objects is really a great idea. With 3D printing you can create personalized decor accessories that won’t be found anywhere else in the world.  It’s really an astonishing thing, especially for your kid’s room.

I hope you have enjoyed this article!. Find the whole story HERE.

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Source: The Opsis