These are fun, easy prints that take up just a tiny amount of filament. One of the cool features of a soft flexible like NinjaFlex (SH=85A) or Filaflex (SH = 82A) is that it sticks really well to windows and mirrors when printed at 1mm to 3mm thickness. It's important that your print surface and the windows you stick the decals on are clean ;) to insure smooth against smooth. Just wet with water and stick. I have some up in my office that have been there for almost a year. If you don't have any flexible filament you can buy some magnets at a craft store and turn these into refrigerator magnets. I started with images downloaded from pixabay.com from their public domain section and edited them for printing.
I create these designs to encourage people to try out flexible filaments or get some new interesting colors of flexibles. For info on purchasing samples of several brands of flexible filament see flexyfilament.com
Lately I have been printing Ninjaflex from 235 to 250 and Filaflex from 235 to 240. Theses are actually a pretty good test print. If the flow is not good try to increase your temperature by a couple of degrees.
We developed a great way to distribute cost effective quantities of flexible filament: Splash Spools. A generous amount of filament on a spool with a case so it's not flopping all over the place. Splash Spools store easily in a desk drawer, stacked space or even hang on a wall. Available on www.flexyfilament.com and Amazon. We stock NinjaFlex, Cheetah, X60, Filaflex, nGen FLEX and Flexy.