We can all appreciate a Thanksgiving feast on our grandmother’s fine china, but a cutting edge #tech holiday can be just as exciting.
Betabeat perused dozens of pre-made 3D printing designs and discovered that you can in fact 3D print just about everything you might need to set the table for Thanksgiving dinner. This, however, obviously excludes the turkey, mashed potatoes and other scrumptious foods you’ll shove in your face.
The free designs range from the typical table-setting necessities to Thanksgiving-themed extras. Here’s what we found:
Your guests will love this cornucopia centerpiece at first glance, and when you tell them it took 18 hours to print, they’ll undoubtedly understand all the effort you put into the meal and tell you your homemade pumpkin pie is THE BEST they’ve ever eaten. There are some miniature turkey sculptures awaiting a print job as well.
The next step is boring, but you obviously have to set the table with forks, knives and all that jazz. This full dinnerware design includes 3D printing patterns for all the necessary utensils and a dishware set complete with a main plate, side dish and soup bowl.
If you’re especially fancy or have a really nice table, you may need some coasters. Here are some festive turkey coasters to prevent your antique oak table from becoming a red wine-soaked antique oak table. And if you like your napkins rolled up on special occasions, this turkey napkin ring can help with that.
If a lot of people will be attending your feast, you could benefit from place cards. This way everyone knows where to sit and which awkwardly aged teenagers will spend yet another Thanksgiving at the kid’s table. You can choose from a pilgram hat or cute turkey if you’re looking to be festive with your seating.