White House Christmas Ornament

This is my entry for the White House Christmas ornament challenge. I am 13 years old, and this is my first attempt at using tinkercad.

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Step 1: First Step

I began by using this 3D White House model for inspiration.

Step 2: Second Step

Next, I laid out the base for my ornament using Tinkercad.

Step 3: Third Step

I then finished by adding decorations such as wreaths, garlands, a Christmas tree, and a plate of cookies.

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    little.g.ban

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Nice Job! I'm also 13, and that's fairly fantastic results for your first try... Once you got the basics in tinkercad, moving onto another autodesk software can be beneficial. (you can get the free versions of professional software if you are a student) I personally use autodesk inventor fusion, but commonly use tinkercad for positioning and text... In fact my Instructable covers inventor fusion if your interested! Keep up the good work--I'm truly impressed!

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    allie.fauer

    4 years ago on Introduction

    This looks fantastic, I can't believe you are only 13! Keep up with the 3D modeling!

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    seamster

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Great looking ornament! If you share the .stl file, you can enter this into the Ornament Challenge.

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    Wow! This looks totally terrific. I really like the amount of detail. Nice job!