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Create an Adorable 3D Printed You (+ Free Giveaway!)

How cute is this little darling? Part South Park, part Wii avatar, and totally 3D! New on the 3D printing scene is Mixee Me, a company that lets you turn yourself into a 3D printed action figure. At just 3 inches tall, maybe these figurines aren’t exactly ready for “action” but they’re the perfect addition your desk decor or mantel. Not to mention being a pretty awesome stocking stuffer. And, drumroll please, we’re giving 3 of them away!! 

Powered by Shapeways, Mixee‘s mission is to allow anyone to design and buy 3D printed products. Mixee Me is their first product and, clearly, is all about personalization. Each Mixee Me is $25 and ships in 1-2 weeks. Warning: Mixees are definitely addictive when it comes to gift-giving. Once you’ve made more than 3, you can go ahead and call yourself Sir Mixee-a-Lot. That’s right. Sir Mixee-a-Lot.

Here’s how to make your Mixee:

Start by choosing a head shape that suits you. Then add eyes, mouth, hair, shirt, pants, and shoes, and you’re done. You can even upload t-shirt logos and write custom text if you want to take your Mixee to the next level. We love this little Pacman graphic!

So fun!

Now, to the giveaway! Here’s how to enter: 

1. Sign up for the Brit + Co. newsletter.

2. In the comments below, tell us what types of products you’d love to customize and print in 3D.

3. Tag 2 friends or family members you want to make Mixees for. (Tagging is just like on Facebook, start with @ and start typing your friend’s name.)

Your entry should look like this:

If you win, you’ll get 3 Mixee Mes, 1 for you and 2 to give to friends and family!! This giveaway closes at 11:59pm on Monday, December 10th (so you can get your Mixee Mes in time for the holidays!). As always, the winner will be chosen at random.

If you have any questions about this giveaway or just want to say hi, give us a shout in the comments below.

About the author

Anjelika Temple

As the Creative and Editorial Director of Brit + Co., Anj brings her voracious consumption of all things creative and colorful to DIY projects, gadgetry finds, and, perhaps, one too many spiked sweets.

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