Horned Skull Succulent Planter
We were gearing up for succulent season which meant getting all the printers running and printing as many as we can of our most popular succulent skull planter. But sometimes there is a danger in mass production when it comes to watching everything to make sure it is fine; sometimes defects slip through the cracks. We woke in the morning and noticed that one of our innocent succulent planters had turned evil. It fell so far to the dark side that it grew horns. We wouldn't want to impart this concentrated evil on a nice wholesome household, but we see no problem having it in a home that is already evil. ;)
* Plants are not included
The size of the skull is approximately 78x100x74mm (3.07 x 3.94 x 2.91 inches) with a volume of 120ml (1/2 cup) and will comfortably house a small to medium sized succulent. There is a 5mm (1/5") drainage hole in the bottom rear of the planter.
Materials & Process
Layer by layer this skull is 3D printed using PLA (polylactic acid) which is a biodegradable and bioactive thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch. It takes just under 13 hours to print each planter.
The 3D printing process is not perfect so there may be blemishes in the surface finishes and visible layer lines. Items will not be exactly as pictured and as much as we try to take colour accurate photos, the colour may be slightly different than viewed on your screen.
FREE LOCAL PICKUP IN TORONTO
Enter coupon code TORONTO at checkout and you will be sent the local pickup address in the Cabbagetown - Leslieville - Regent Park - Cork Town - Distillery District area of Toronto, Ontario.
Materials: PLA, Polylactic Acid, EcoTough.