Halloween may look different this year, but we can still have fun by dressing up! Whether your Halloween personality is scary, funny, or sweet, making your own costume is one of our favorite parts of this occasion.
Costumes can be frightful or fun and we’re all about lending a bit of 3D design to each and every one. Kids enjoy developing their own ideas for spooky, scary, or silly Halloween creativity, so encourage them to explore with a few projects to spark the imagination.
Planning and prepping for back to school can seem daunting, even to long-serving educators. That’s why we’ve compiled a few helpful tips, including tips for remote learning, hacks for organization, and engaging lessons you can kick off your first week of school with.
We have compiled some easy holiday projects to help you get into the holiday spirit. So whether you’re a student, teacher, or parent, it’s time to get those 3D pens out and have some festive fun with our activities.
The surface you Doodle on will affect the look of the plastic once you pull it away from the surface. Experiment with different materials to see what effects you get. Glass creates a smooth shiny finish; wooden surfaces actually leave an imprint of their shape and grain in the Doodle. Don't forget about the DoodlePad either, which gives a smooth finish and a surface to place on top of a stencil!