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3D-Printed Bouquets Add A High-Tech Spin To Valentine’s Day

3D-Printed Bouquets Add A High-Tech Spin To Valentine’s Day
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Declare your love and affection with never-wilting roses this holiday.

Serena Chu
  • 6 february 2014

Nothing says love like a fresh bouquet of long-stemmed roses, but your declaration of affection may be even sweeter with a dozen 3D-printed ones. Online DIY community Brit + Co is teaming up with TaskRabbit to show the geeky side of romance, offering custom printed roses at an affordable price.

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Hand-delivered and perfect for the approaching holiday, these roses can be ordered individually or by the dozen. A single rose, tied with a ribbon is available for $15. But if you want to go big, twelve beautiful roses arranged in a turquoise mason jar vase can be purchased for $100.

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This Valentine’s Day, surprise your date with something out-of-the-ordinary. When other people are fighting for the last bouquet at the corner shop, you can order a custom made one from work or at home.

Brit + Co

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