February 2nd is known as the Day of the Crêpe in France to observe La Chandeleur, or “Candlemas.” In addition to making crêpes at home, we created a mini 3D penned crêpe to celebrate this special day.
There are many variations of crêpes, including sweet crêpes and savoury galettes. …
This season has been pretty unusual with several storms that “slammed” the Bay Area. On the bright side, it’s perfect to make a unique umbrella with a 3D pen!
Similar to making an urchin, we again used a pit ball as a mold. The process is therefore easy!
Croissant lovers — Today on January 30 is National Croissant Day! We literally just learned this special celebration in the afternoon and was thinking, hmmm, how about making a croissant with a 3D pen? It turned out to be a nice addition to my daughter’s play food set. …
It’s now the season for Dungeness crabs in the Bay Area. We made a “3D-pen crab” to enjoy with a crab roll from Burlingame’s New England Lobster:
We are a family of three who are avid travelers and 3D pen enthusiasts living in the San Francisco Bay Area. We as a family had been traveling intensively in 17 countries since our daughter was 6 months old — until the pandemic hit.
While staying at home urged us to start something new, a kid-friendly 3D pen appeared to be perfect for our daughter who just turned to 6 years old. As soon as we opened the box on Christmas morning, we were immediately amazed and couldn’t wait to create with a 3D pen!
Follow us to explore the world, starting from our home in the Bay Area, with our 3D pen creation series.