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Farmers Market spotlight - Silver Henderson

3D printing protégé Silver Henderson has started her own business, 3D Paw Prints, where she sells her creations. Her specialties include different kinds of animals and varying organizers, which she prints herself. She also paints eyes and other details on each animal. She currently is using bought computer files in order to print the items, but she is learning how to make her own.



Silver got her start when she received a 3D printer for Christmas and when she took an online, high school level, business class. She started printing animals for fun but when her sister’s friends came over, they wanted some of their own. This led to her selling dragon eggs on Facebook during Easter time. The whole process starts on the computer, then it gets sent to the 3D printer. Printing time can range from five to twenty hours, with different colored items taking the longest.


Silver joined the farmers market in April of this year, at the beginning of the season. She loves the connections that she has made with the other vendors, saying, “They make me smile when I’m having a bad day and when they look at my creations it makes me happy.”


Silver is willing to try custom colors and sizes. Her prices range from $3-$25 depending on the product, and she currently takes cash and Venmo. Her website is pawprints3d.my.canva.site/.



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