Mother's Day 2015 is fast approaching, leaving your matriarch in anticipation of her gift. While fresh flowers and jewelry pieces never fail, these 3D printed roses are another unique alternative. Contrary to real flowers, these faux roses won't dry out or wither and can be arranged individually or in a charming bouquet.
The flowers are made by DIY blog Brit + Co and are priced at an $8 rate, making them an affordable gift choice for Mother's Day 2015. As additive manufacturing becomes more common, it is not only a resource for auto and tech brands but is also being leveraged at a smaller scale. 3D printing's growing popularity makes it a widely used manufacturing technique for designers and DIY craft lovers who are enhancing handmade projects with the help of modern technology.