The 3D printing brand partners with the domestic queen to sell its PLA filament in a few of her favorite hues

Martha Stewart, the household name in all things domestic, has found herself the most unlikely of collaborators: Makerbot, the household name in 3D printers. Before this announcement, those companies were thought to exist in two different worlds but the Martha Stewart Trellis collection for Makerbot might prove otherwise.

The collaboration between Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSLO). and Makerbot will see a mutual promotion of three different colored filaments, all in the signature, bright and springy palette that Stewart's goods are known for. The filaments even have very MSLO color names: Lemon Drop, Robin’s Egg and Jadeite. The partnership also includes 3D printed products, with the first collection featuring a napkin ring holder, a place card holder, a coaster and an LED votive holder.

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