And after a flurry of emails between all the shapies and quite some discussion the winner of the Christmas contest is Baroba with his delightful model Christmas Stress.Even though it was an expensive model at $225 Baroba managed to set an endearing and original Christmas scene with his model and won over most of the shapies.
In second place was jdavidbush with his model Tealight Nativity. We liked the fact that his model made a lovely shadow on the wall and that it was affordable at $35.
In third place Whystler with Santa's Helper Small, this model was very versatile and at $3 incredibly cheap. You could use it as a decoration in a tree or as a free standing smile-bringer to any Christmas scene.
We would like to congratulate Baroba on his win, his $250 in 3D printing coupons and his: 20 folding gift boxes, ultimate collectors edition of A Christmas Carol and his Blizard bucket of snow in seconds.